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Reginald Pole, Cardinal Archbishop of Canterbury
Frederick George Lee
Queen Mary refused to let Pole leave England and proclaimed that he had authority as her validly consecrated Archbishop of Canterbury. Both Queen Mary and Reginald Pole . Pole, Reginald (–), cardinal and archbishop of Canterbury, was probably born at Stourton Castle, Staffordshire, in March He was the third son of Sir Richard Pole (/9–), a client and relation of Henry VII and an important figure in north Wales, not least as chamberlain to.
Reginald Cardinal Pole (born 3 Mar , died 17 Nov ) Archbishop of Canterbury Consistory - Created Cardinal Conclave - / ParticipatedOccupation: Archbishop. The first two books issued from the Aldine Press in Rome were De concilio and Reformatio Angliae (see no) by Reginald Pole, cardinal and archbishop of concilio, written and delivered on the occasion of the convening of the Council of Trent, makes strong statements on secular interference in the actions of the church leaders, expecting a conventional opening speech.
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Excerpt from Reginald Pole, Cardinal Archbishop of Canterbury: An Historical Sketch With an Introductory Prologue and Practical Epilogue In the text of this volume Cardinal Pole's work in question is duly described/5(2).
: Reginald Pole, Cardinal Archbishop Of Canterbury: An Historical Sketch () (): Lee, Frederick George: Books/5(2). Reginald Pole was an English cardinal of the Catholic Church and the last Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury, holding the office during the Counter Reformation.
Pole was the author of De Concilio and of treatises on the authority of the Roman Pontiff and the Anglican Reformation of England, and of many important letters, full of interest for the /5(2). Michael Hutchings achieves the rare success of a book that is thoroughly scholarly and accurate but at the same time reads like a thriller, all in pages.
This new book on Pole also makes a disturbing comparison with the public stance of many of our contemporary bishops.
The life of Cardinal Reginal Pole - - is most edifying. Reginald Pole, (born March 3,Stourton Castle, Staffordshire, Eng.—died Nov. 17,London), English prelate who Reginald Pole with King Henry VIII over Henry’s antipapal policies and later became a cardinal and a powerful figure in the government of the Roman Catholic queen Mary Tudor.
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REGINALD POLE (), cardinal and archbishop of Canterbury, was son — probably the third — of Sir Richard Pole (d. ), by his wife Margaret, who was of the blood royal [see Pole, Margaret ]. Born in March at Stourton Castle in Staffordshire, he was carefully brought up by his mother, and then spent five years at the school of the Charterhouse at Sheen.
On 20 March,Pole was ordained priest, and two days after he was consecrated archbishop, while he solemnly received the pallium on the feast of the Annunciation in the Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, delivering an address which is still preserved.
John Edwards’s new biography of Cardinal Reginald Pole, part of Ashgate’s Archbishops of Canterbury Series, is a magnificent example of first-rate historical ld Pole is no easy subject. He can seem like a man who lived several lives: the early years as a nobleman of royal blood serving Henry VIII; the young Cardinal intent on organising a crusade against England’s.
Reginald Pole gained the support of Mary when he expressed agreement with her proposal to marry Philip of Spain. (31) In NovemberReginald Pole returned from exile, to become Archbishop of Canterbury.
He shared Mary's devotion to the Catholic Church and wished to see England restored to full communion with Rome. They are indeed indispensable to the understanding of the remarkable life and actions of one who was to become Mary and Philip’s archbishop of Canterbury.
Pole was born a scion of the House of York and subsequently became a pampered humanist prince, Henry VIII’s nemesis, a reforming cardinal, a plausible papabile in the conclave of Author: Gonzalo Velasco Berenguer.
In Pole was one of the three legates appointed to preside over the opening of the Council of Trent. Owing to unforeseen delays the Fathers did not actually assemble until Decand the English Cardinal spent the interval in writing the treatise "De Concilio".
At the second session of the Council, 7 Janthe impressive "Admonitio Legatorum ad Patres Concilii" (see Ehses, "Conc. Reginald Pole (), Cardinal and Archbishop of Canterbury.
Sitter associated with 28 portraits The great-nephew of Richard III, and therefore of royal blood, Pole was favoured by Henry r, rather than accept Henry as head of the English Church, he chose exile abroad.
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Cardinal and archbishop of was a younger son of Margaret, countess of Salisbury, daughter of George, duke of Clarence: he was therefore of the blood royal and his mother was governess and companion of Princess ed from the beginning for the church, he spent –7 on the continent in study.
Reginald Pole is possibly best known for daring to reprimand King Henry VIII with his De Unitate, in which Pole strongly protested the Tudor king’s break from Rome. It was a brave stance to take and resulted in Henry tasking Cromwell with hiring assassins to rid him of the troublesome : Samantha Wilcoxson.
Get this from a library. Reginald Pole, Cardinal Archbishop of Canterbury: an historical sketch, with an introductory prologue and practical epilogue. [Frederick George Lee]. Reginald Cardinal Pole (12 March 17 November ) was an English Cardinal in the Roman Church, and the last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury, holding the office during the Counter Reformation.
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