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Roman Catholic AnswerPersonally, I don't think so, at least not from a Catholic point of view. The Catholic Church had been in England from practically the beginning, it was ancient, and the people were very upset about having their Churches looted, their monasteries and convents destroyed, their devotions outlawed, their Bishops all deposed, their faith made illegal.
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It was about converting as many people as possible to your religion. All other religions were lower than yours

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