"Revise" is way too strong a word for what they did with the bible. They either translated the Catholic bible into the vernacular, more or less keeping it in tact, or translated it anew from the original greek version (the same the Catholic church originally translated). All they really did was reorganize the Old Testament. Didn't add or remove any books, nor did the verses change in any significant way.
The Reformation was primarily concerned with secular aspects of Catholicism. Beyond that, the two most contentious points were adult Baptism and the sacraments. Protestants rejected the Catholic notion of sacraments to restrict it to those listed in the Bible.
The Anglican church (Episcopal), however, quickly became the major religious sect in the new world. And it was vastly closer to Catholicism than any other Protestant sect. It's actually closer to Catholicism than it is to, say, Lutheranism.
Plus, I don't see where Pigtails has noted where this shift is recent. If it occurred before the Reformation, then it's completely fair to blame the church. And considering she specifically noted "when they were in power", that seems obviously the case.
If the RCC caused a change in the faith that was not reformed out, then it seems perfectly fair to blame them. Of course, that's a historical notion of blame--blaming the present church for its actions over a millennium ago isn't quite fair.
Anyways, you all are horrible, @#%^ed up people
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