This paintings examines the social, political and spiritual improvement of Catholic groups in England, Wales, Scotland and eire from the Reformation to the coming of toleration within the nineteenth century. The learn is a series from energetic persecution, via unofficial tolerance, to felony acceptance. It offers details on how Britain's and especially Ireland's, spiritual scenario has developed.
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