The Glorious Revolution of 1688–desposition of the last Catholic King of England, James II: Catholic low point from 1688 to 1829; demonstrate how Catholics were second-class citizens, neither tolerated nor persecuted, obscure and isolated. Describe the efforts of Bishop Richard Challoner and Father Alban Butler to remind Catholics of their heritage; recount the beginnings of toleration for Catholics in the late eighteenth century–and anti-Catholic reaction. Return to Maryland: end of religious freedom for Catholics until after the American Revolution and the Constitution of 1789.
Alban Butler, Anti-Catholicism, Anti-Catholicism in the United Kingdom, bishop, Fellows of the Royal Society, Freedom of religion, Glorious Revolution, James II, James II of England, King, King of England, Maryland, Religion and politics, Religion/Belief, Richard Challoner, Royalty, Separation of church and state, Toleration, United Kingdom
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