What Caused the Catholic Reformation?

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There were several reasons behind the Catholic reformation. These included: political power, privileged position in public life and earthly rights of the higher clergy. There were also several abuses in the lives of the clergy and people. Direct influence exercised by the princes, government and laymen on the administration of the church also increased rapidly.
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