The Shaping of a Community: The Rise and Reformation of the English Parish c.1400–1560

  title={The Shaping of a Community: The Rise and Reformation of the English Parish c.1400–1560},
  author={Beat A. K{\"u}min},
The community of the parish the lay response secular uses communal resources and responsibilities parochial substructure the social context mid-16th-century change. 
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