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The English reformation was state led, originally anyhow! It had very little support from the English people or Church initially. It made no real changes to the Church only abolishing some few medieval intrusions or additions to the faith! It also returned the Anglican Church, the Church in England, back to its roots in the catholicity of the first thousand years before the split between east and west!

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