What was the second Book of Common Prayer?

What was the second act of uniformity?

In March 1552, a second Act of Uniformity was passed. This made it an offence for any member of the clergy or laity not to attend a church service. Offenders could be fined or imprisoned. Cranmer’s new ‘Book of Common Prayer’ became the official basis for Church of England services.

What was significant changes were made by the prayer book of 1552?

Archbishop Cranmer eventually allied himself with the reformers, and the result was the revision of 1552. The changes made in this prayer bok were extensive, and included, among others: – Added the Introductory Sentences, Exhortation, Confession and Absolution to Morning and Evening Prayer.

Is Episcopal and Anglican the same?

Episcopal is considered as a subset of Anglican. Anglicanism is a mixture of Catholicism and Protestantism, while Episcopal beliefs to be more Protestants in nature. Both follow the same ‘Book of Prayers’. Episcopal is often called Anglican Episcopal.

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