Le Règlement élisabéthain a été la réaction de la reine Élisabeth Ire aux divisions religieuses nées au cours des règnes d'Henri VIII, d'Édouard VI et de Marie Tudor. Cette réaction, appelée « La Révolution de 1559 », s'est concrétisée par deux lois du Parlement d'Angleterre.

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  • Le Règlement élisabéthain a été la réaction de la reine Élisabeth Ire aux divisions religieuses nées au cours des règnes d'Henri VIII, d'Édouard VI et de Marie Tudor. Cette réaction, appelée « La Révolution de 1559 », s'est concrétisée par deux lois du Parlement d'Angleterre. L'Acte de suprématie de 1558 rétablissait l'indépendance de l'Église d'Angleterre par rapport à Rome, le Parlement conférant à Élisabeth le titre de Gouverneur suprême de l'Église d'Angleterre, tandis que l'Acte d'uniformité de 1558 établissait la forme que l'Église d'Angleterre prendrait désormais avec l'établissement du Livre de la prière commune.
  • The Elizabethan Religious Settlement, which was made during the reign of Elizabeth I, was a response to the religious divisions created in England over the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI and Mary I. This response, described as "The Revolution of 1559", was set out in two Acts of the Parliament of England. The Act of Supremacy of 1558 re-established the Church of England's independence from Rome, with Parliament conferring on Elizabeth the title Supreme Governor of the Church of England, while the Act of Uniformity of 1559 outlined what form the English Church should take, including the re-establishment of the Book of Common Prayer.When Mary died in 1558, Elizabeth succeeded to the throne. One of the most important concerns during Elizabeth's early reign was the question of which form the state religion would take. Communion with the Roman Catholic Church had been reinstated under Mary using the instrument of Royal Supremacy. Elizabeth relied primarily on her chief advisors, Sir William Cecil, as her Secretary of State, and Sir Nicholas Bacon, as Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, for direction on the matter. Many historians believe that William Cecil himself wrote the Church Settlement because it was simply the 1551-1552 version watered down.Parliament was summoned in 1559 to consider a Reformation Bill and to recreate an independent Church of England. The drafted Reformation Bill defined Holy Communion in terms of Reformed Protestant theology, as opposed to the transubstantiation of the Roman Catholic mass, included abuse of the Pope in the litany, and ordered that ministers should not wear the surplice or other Roman Catholic vestments. It allowed priests to marry, banned images from churches, and confirmed Elizabeth as Supreme Governor of the Church of England. The Bill met heavy resistance in the House of Lords, as Roman Catholic bishops and lay peers opposed and voted against it. They reworked much of the Bill, changed the proposed liturgy to allow for belief in transubstantiation in the Communion, and refused to grant Elizabeth the title of Supreme Head of the Church. Parliament was prorogued over Easter, and when it resumed, the government entered two new bills into the Houses—the Act of Supremacy and the Act of Uniformity.The Papal bull Regnans in Excelsis, issued on 25 February 1570 by Pope Pius V, declared "Elizabeth, the pretended Queen of England and the servant of crime" to be a heretic, released all of her subjects from any allegiance to her, and excommunicated any who obeyed her orders. The bull, written in Latin, is named from its incipit, the first three words of its text, which mean "ruling from on high" (a reference to God). Among the queen's alleged offences, it lists that "she has removed the royal Council, composed of the nobility of England, and has filled it with obscure men, being heretics."
  • L‘Acord religiós elisabetià (Elizabethan Religious Settlement en anglés) va ser la resposta d'Elisabet I a les divisions religioses creades sota els regnats d'Enric VIII, Eduard VI i Maria I. Aquesta resposta, descrita com «La revolució de 1559», va ser establerta en dos actes del Parlament d'Anglaterra: l‘Acte de Supremacia de 1559 va reestablir la independència de l'Església d'Anglaterra de Roma, amb el parlament conferint a l'Elizabet el títol de Governadora suprema de l'Església d'Anglaterra, mentre que l'Acte d'Uniformitat de 1559 va perfilar la forma que l'església anglesa va prendre, incloent-hi establir el Llibre d'oració comú.
  • Die Religionsregelung (engl. religious settlement) bezeichnet den Vorgang unter Elisabeth I., die englische Kirche im protestantischen Sinne zu reformieren und endgültig zu etablieren.
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  • Le Règlement élisabéthain a été la réaction de la reine Élisabeth Ire aux divisions religieuses nées au cours des règnes d'Henri VIII, d'Édouard VI et de Marie Tudor. Cette réaction, appelée « La Révolution de 1559 », s'est concrétisée par deux lois du Parlement d'Angleterre.
  • Die Religionsregelung (engl. religious settlement) bezeichnet den Vorgang unter Elisabeth I., die englische Kirche im protestantischen Sinne zu reformieren und endgültig zu etablieren.
  • L‘Acord religiós elisabetià (Elizabethan Religious Settlement en anglés) va ser la resposta d'Elisabet I a les divisions religioses creades sota els regnats d'Enric VIII, Eduard VI i Maria I.
  • The Elizabethan Religious Settlement, which was made during the reign of Elizabeth I, was a response to the religious divisions created in England over the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI and Mary I. This response, described as "The Revolution of 1559", was set out in two Acts of the Parliament of England.
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  • Acord religiós elisabetià
  • Elizabethan Religious Settlement
  • Religionsregelung
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