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Provide specific examples of prejudice or discrimination against The Roman Catholics has experienced.
Anti-Catholicism is a generic term for discrimination, hostility or prejudice directed against Catholicism, and especially against the Catholic Church, its clergy or its adherents. [ The term also applies to the religious persecution of Catholics or to a "religious orientation opposed to Catholicism."[6] In the Early Modern period, the Catholic Church struggled to maintain its traditional
religious and political role in the face of secular powers in Europe. ]
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Weegy: The Great Fire of London in 1666 was blamed on the Catholics and an inscription ascribing it to 'Popish frenzy' was engraved on the Monument to the Great Fire of London, [ which marked the location where the fire started (this inscription was only removed in 1831). The "Popish Plot" involving Titus Oates further exacerbated Anglican-Catholic relations. Another example includes roman catholics not being allowed to kiss the feet of the Pope, whic was considered an honor Weegy: The Great Fire of London in 1666 was blamed on the Catholics and an inscription ascribing it to 'Popish frenzy' was engraved on the Monument to the Great Fire of London, [ [ which marked the location where the fire started (this inscription was only removed in 1831). The "Popish Plot" involving Titus Oates further exacerbated Anglican-Catholic relations. Another example includes roman catholics not being allowed to kiss the feet of the Pope, whic was considered an honor. ] ] (More)
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