Tell us about the features of the reformation in France.

The Reformation in France dates back to the late 15th century. Then the first opponents of the Catholic Church were the Huguenots. Later they became followers of Calvinism, which was already an open reformation. The Huguenots themselves were a movement that did not have a single area, but were scattered throughout France. The Huguenot movement grew gradually. So in 1559 in Paris, the Huguenots held a synod, at which the Gallican confession was accepted. True, because of the death of King Henry II in 1560, religious wars break out in France.

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