anonymous
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In the 1500s, how did the Church of England differ from the Catholic Church? The Church of England incorporated only Protestant beliefs, while the Catholic Church incorporated only Catholic beliefs. The Church of England was led by a monarch, while the Catholic Church was led by a pope. The Church of England did not include priests as church leaders, while the Catholic Church did have priests. The Church of England conducted services in Latin, while the Catholic Church conducted services in German.
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anonymous
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Mehek14
  • Mehek14
what do you think?
anonymous
  • anonymous
B?

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Yea I would go with that as well

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