Asked in Catholicism
What is the Visitation in the rosary?
The visitation is the second of the Joyous or Joyful mysteries, following the Annunciation. The visitation occured between Mary and St. Elizabeth. by the way the term is used in French-speaking countries for what is normally called a Wake at a funeral home- one (visits) the deceased for the last time. ...
What is the difference between the Anglican Catholic Church and Anglican Church?
The Catholic Church is headed by the Pope in Rome, the Anglican Church is headed by the Monarch of England, currently Queen Elizabeth II. ...
Asked in Spanish Armada
What provoked the conflict between the Spanish Armada and English navy?
A lot of things for example Queen Elizabeth I of England refused to marry King Philip II of Spain, Elizabeth was Protestant and Philip was Catholic, Elizabeth encouraged pirates to steal treasure from Spanish ships, Elizabeth refused to let Philip turn the Netherlands people into Catholics, Elizabeth executed a Catholic Queen, Sir Francis Drake(he was friendly with Elizabeth) set fire to Spain's best ships and so on. ...
Asked in Macbeth
What was the attitude to religion when shakespeare wrote Macbeth?
During the Jacobean period when Shakespeare wrote Macbeth, there was major tribulation between the Anglican Church and the Roman Catholic Church. Mary of France was Catholic while Elizabeth was Anglican. ...
Asked in Elizabeth I
Why wasn't Elizabeth 1 married?
Elizabeth did come close to marrying. Marriage between royals in the Early Modern Europe Era was not about love but political allies. Elizabeth I as a Protestant ruling queen could not afford to alienate other Protestants by her choice or loose her greatest bargaining chip with Catholic monarchs. ...
Asked in Custody, Children and the Law
What should be discussed between separating parents in determining a visitation schedule?
Sometimes separation and divorce happens between married people. when determining a visitation schedule, the adults need to discuss their needs and their time restraints and allowances. ...
Asked in Weddings, Christianity, Catholicism
What is the difference between Catholic and Christian weddings?
Catholic Answer Catholic weddings are Christian, if you are asking what the difference is between Catholic and protestant weddings, please see the Related Question below....
What is the theme of the story 'Visitation of the Gods'?
The theme of the story "Visitation of the Gods" is societal relationships. It was written to exam the connections between Filipino society and Filipino public education. ...
Asked in Judaism
What is the difference between a Synagogue and a Catholic Church?
A Catholic Church is for Catholic Christians and a synagoge is for Jews.
Asked in History of England, Monarchy, Henry VIII
What religon was Henry VIII children and why?
Henry VIII had three legitimate children; Mary, Elizabeth and Edward. Mary was Catholic as she had been brought up before Henry VIII's break from the Roman Catholic Church. When she became Queen, she ruthlessly prosecuted Protestants. Edward was a Protestant; he was brought up after Henry VIII's break from the Catholic Church. He was an extremist who was intolerant of Catholics. Elizabeth was the only one of Henry VIII's children to keep the English Church has he had intended, a balance between Protestant and Catholic....
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Elizabeth I
Was religion important in Elizabethan times?
Yes, there were conflicts between Protestant and Catholics and conflicts between Reform Protestants and Anglicans. Queen Elizabeth restored the Church of England as independent from the Roman Catholic Church and helped negotiate conflicts between Protestant reformers who wanted to remove all non-Biblical teachings from the Anglican Church and traditionalists who liked Catholic inspired rituals and traditions. ...
Long Distance Visitation-What is a Standard Long Distance Visitation Order as regards custody and visitation between a separated parent and the children?
There is no standard since families are not "standard". Visitation schedules must be arranged by the parents. If that is not possible then the court will arrange a schedule and the parties must follow it. Each party should consult with an attorney who specializes in family law. Their professional advice in arriving at long distance visitation schedules can be very helpful. ...
What is the difference between the Church of Ireland and the Catholic Church?
The Church of Ireland is Protestant, while the Catholic church is Catholic. ...
Asked in Christianity, Catholicism
What is difference between Christian morality and Catholic Christian morality?
Catholic Answer None, Catholic and Christian are the same thing.
Asked in Elizabeth I
Why did Catholics have a problem with Elizabeth the 1st becoming Queen?
The Catholics had a problem with Elizabeth becoming Queen because she was a strong Protestant. This is in fact an error! Elizabeth was a Catholic and in a time of change wanted to base the religion of the country on what it was in the last years of her father's reign. That is catholicism without the pope. That is the faith of the early saints and fathers, before the split between the pope and the Eastern Catholics. The problem was between the...
Asked in Jesuits (The Society of Jesus)
What is the difference between Jesuit and Catholic?
Jesuits are a branch of Catholics. They are a Catholic Order.
Asked in Monarchy, Elizabeth I, Elizabeth II
What are the differences between Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II?
Queen Elizabeth I was a Tudor; Queen Elizabeth II is a Windsor. Both are and were very good queens. ...
Asked in Elizabeth I, Elizabeth II
What is the relationship between Elizabeth I and Elizabeth II?
Queen Elizabeth I of England was the first cousin 13 times removed of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. ...
Asked in History of England, Spain, England
What were some reasons for the conflict between England and Spain?
In the late 1560s a rebellion broke out in the Netherlands, and the rebels were Protestant. Elizabeth helped these Protestants. By helping Spain's enemies, Queen Elizabeth encouraged Protestant ideas and was willing to help the enemies of Catholic Spain, which made Spain England's enemies. ...