History- French Revolution

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I'm between letter a and c. In my book it says that it made a relationship between church and state, but im not sure about making the church a department of the state.Help, please.

The civil constitution of the clergy in France:
a. ended the process of confiscating church property
b. it was enacted in response to the storming of the Bastille
c. it made the church a department of the state
d. forbade clergymen to receive funds from the state
e. was issued by the pope in Rome

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