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Which option accurately describes the relationship between the Catholic Church and public literacy prior to the humanist movement?

Prior to the humanist movement, the Catholic Church was predominately illiterate except for a few high-ranking bishops.

Prior to the humanist movement, the Catholic Church advocated the importance of literacy and founded public universities.

Prior to the humanist movement, the Catholic Church distributed Bibles to the populace to help promote literacy and Catholicism.

Prior to the humanist movement, the Catholic Church only provided literacy education for catholic clergy.

is it A?

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    Yes, A.

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