Lollardy is a political and religious movement composed of the followers of John Wycliffe, a prominent theologian who was dismissed from the University of Oxford in 1381 for criticism of the Church, especially in his doctrine on the Eucharist. The Lollards' demands are primarily for reform of Western Christianity. It is also to be believed that Lollardry was the driving force behind the Protestant reformation.
Lollard heretics are opposed to percieved corruption with the Catholic Church. Like many Catholic heresies, they loath the wealth and ostentation of the clergy and advocate a return to a more original form of Christianity. This heresy has no formal head and no special game mechanics.
Lollardy is a heresy of Catholicism.