… their and they chose to return to the mother churchthey shaped their own spirituality. I agree with the assessment of the historians because in most instances the individuals within a society that have the most social and economic clout shape the policies of that society, even the rights of lay spirituality.
This essay has thoroughly explored the factors that shape lay spirituality. We found that historians believe that individuals within the society that have the most socio-economic power shape the lay spirituality of that society. We concluded that this assessment was in agreement with how lay spirituality is shaped in countries around the world.
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Holt, Mack. Wine, Community and Reformation in Sixteenth-century Burgundy”