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Thus, by indulging myself in telling a story about a specific bit of the early modern Catholic community in which I was interested, I hoped to be able to narrate something which was not only about that community, at least not as it has traditionally been understood. It is not surprising, of course, that, within the small-ish world of late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century English gentry/ aristocratic Catholicism, people tended to know other people. Methodologically, there was clearly a danger that what started out as a study of one relatively coherent family unit might become a mêlée of stray remarks about everyone who had even the slightest connection with anybody else within this comparatively narrow universe of individuals.
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And what was the nature of their relationship with the Church of England? The interaction of the Catholic community with the outside world, or, rather, the rest of English society, was something which Professor Bossy’s justly famous magnum opus, The English Catholic Community 1570–1850, for methodological reasons, did not fully address. In some very real sense Catholicism did become, as Bossy argued, ‘sectarian’. But Bossy developed this concept by writing about his topic from within. 4 But this did not mean that the relationship of minority to majority could or should not be considered.