Causes of the Wars of Religion.

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The political causes of the wars of religion. Throughout history in contemporary Spain before the civil war, violence against persons associated with the Catholic Church, the symbols of their religion or their interests, has been known for its recurrent and prolonged in time as one of the salient dimensioned Spanish anticlericalism, which emerged in the liberal political ideology, then it would be taken up by more radical republican currents and the movement of the workers. were five killings in the 1822-1823 biennium, the killing of priests in Madrid in 1834 and then for the other episodes Wars or the Tragic Week in Barcelona in 1909 are the most significant examples of violence before the establishment period of the Second Republic,…show more content…
The Chancellor addressed the judiciary and also was the custodian of the great seal to authenticate government decrees. The sixteenth century had seen a decline in the power of the councilor commissions that had led to the execution of real politics. This is now done by departments such as the Department of Justice, Department of Finance, etc. The Chancellor addressed the judiciary and also was the custodian of the great seal to authenticate government decrees. The seventeenth century was a time of war and growth in Europe. The century saw everything from the burning of witches to the expansion into the new world. The war between Britain and Spain came and went and the Catholic Church began radically changing in an attempt to keep power. The protestant movement was in full swing with enough momentum to be an unstoppable force in Europe and beyond. The 17th century was full of religious, political, social, and cultural conflicts that led to wars across Europe and the new world. With the rise of protestant beliefs the catholic started to lose power and, with the rise of humanism kings were losing power to people run parliaments. The social structure began to change with the humanism as well, with the rise of personal power the peasants began to feel equal to the nobles in self-worth if not yet in a monitory sense. This led to further conflict in the Catholic Church as they became more radical in the search for heretics

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