Which country remained predominantly Catholic, even after the Reformation?
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What are the options, because it's either Spain or Italy.
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just wants the answer I suppose
despite England's adoption
the Reformation was a northern european and english thing, initially
lots of countries stayed catholic
so , indeed, this must be a multiple choice thing
I agree it's got to be Ireland, but are we sure it's not France?
France stayed predominantly Catholic. it all boils down to the official state religion so there were protestants in France as there were in England but the French monarchy was catholic and the vast majority of people were too
the english monarchy eventually forced protestantism upon the people
and the Englsh tried very hard to force protestantism on Ireland but it was at the time largely a huge failure