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How did Catherine of Aragon effect the Protestant Reformation?

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she used to say ''eat my butt!'' in the shower!

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Henry VIII's divorce from her, who was a devout Catholic, started the reformation.

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An important aspect of the Protestant Reformation in Europe was that it strengthened the power of monarchies, while the Roman Catholic Church lost much of its former political influence.


It brought more religions to the country (catholic and protestant) and there was a tension between the Catholic and protestant.<3


Decline in the power of the Roman Catholic Church.


decline in the power of the roman catholic church




In 1534 Henry the VIII formally initiated the Protestant Reformation. In the short run, The English Reformation allowed Henry VIII to achieve his political goal of controlling the church. In the long run, however, the Reformation brought to England the political and religious turmoil that Henry had hoped to avoid.


it translated the bible and let news get around faster almost like first news paper


As a result, some colonies (like Maryland) had to be founded to harbor catholics, who were unpopular in England.


The Protestant Reformation's effect on the United States is very difficult to over-state, as in many essential ways it led to the creation of the United States. For instance, the initial settlers of the Americas were in fact Protestants, as were most of the revolutionary leaders of the Colonies in the 1700s.


How did king henry effect the protestant church?


Martin Luther began the Protestant Reformation against the Catholic Church. Martin Luther King led the Civil Rights Movement. Which do you mean?


Luther developed followers known as "protestants" Luther began the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Church had its own counter reformation led by St. Ignatius Loyola The Thirty Years' War Luther had been excommunicated from the Catholic Church


The most important effect is that reformers ,ie Luther and Calvin, taught that Christians have an open and direct communication with God that does not require a human conduit, (priest)


Increased power of the monarchs.


The Reformation did not really effect the Christian church or the education system at that time in any real way because almost all teachers were already Catholic nuns or priests, and the problems stirred up by the reformation had no direct mark on any Catholic institution.


religious, social effect, and political effects


The Catholic church quit selling indulgences.


How did it NOT affect the Reformation and the Renaissance is a better question. Quickening and cheapening of literature had a massive effect on the world.


The major result of the reformation was the decline in the religious unity and in the power of the Catholic Church. This effect was especially felt in western Europe.


A:One obvious outcome of the Protestant Reformation was the breakup of the Catholic Church, with the creation of Protestant Churches. Another, more indirect, effect was the reformation of the Catholic Church itself. Both of these outocmes are reversible. For example, it is conceivable that the Catholic and Protestant Churches could, one day in the future, reconcile and recombine. Similarly, the Catholic Church could one day become as corrupt as it was in the Renaissance period - and perhaps it has already gone down that path, given revelations about the financial affairs of the Church and those about widespread child abuse.One effect that is more likely to remain permanent is the loss by the Catholic Church of absolute power over the lives of people. The Reformation allowed democracy to take root, and even gave secular authorities power to investigate criminal activity by clergy, should this occur within the relevant jurisdictions. It also allowed people to make their own decisions on how and whether to worship God.


Of course, the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. Without Martin Luther's reformation, we would probably still be Brits



Ferdinand II of Aragon was the King of Aragon and after the death of Isabel I of Castile in 1504, was Reagent for the Kingdom of Castile. In effect, he ruled all of Spain from 1504 until his death in 1516.




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