What English ruler broke away from the Catholic Church?
Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church due to his many and manifold marital problems, not to mention his unstable mental health.
King Henry VIII. He broke because the pope did not give him an annulment.
The English ruler that broke away from Catholic Church in 1530's and created the Church of England or the what Church?
The protestant church
King Henry VIII broke with the Catholic Church because he wanted to put away his wife, Catherine of Aragon.
When King Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church he designed it so that the king would be the leader of the Church of England. So he was the ruler of the church. Roman Catholic Answer The sole ruler, on earth, of the Church in England has always been the Pope, the Vicar of Christ. When Henry VIII broke from the Church, he created his own "church" making himself head of the Church of… Read More
The English Church has never been nationalised, you've either been misled or you've misunderstood what's been said. The Anglican Church is, or was, the English people at prayer! It is a Communion of Catholic Believers. Further.. While the above may be technically correct the general perception is that Henry VIII created the Church of England or the Anglican church when he broke with the Catholic church
Who was the English ruler who ended that country's ties to the Roman Catholic Church over the issue of divorce?
King Henry VIII
Kings are the ruler of that country. Popes are the head of the Roman Catholic Church.
If the actions of any local ruler displeased the Pope that ruler would be excommunicated and all churches in that ruler's lands were closed. With the churches closed the people could not attend Mass and other Church rituals that Catholicism taught were essential to salvation. Usually this caused the people to conclude that their ruler was "sending them to hell" by his actions and there was often a popular uprising to either force the ruler… Read More
There is only one Catholic Church, but there are different types of Catholic churches such as the eastern rite. The Eastern Rite Catholic church uses icons (pictures) instead of statues, has the gated altar and speaks partly in Latin and partly in the common language of the location. They all acknowledge the Pope as the ruler of their church. If the question is about church buildings, often simply called churches, there are probably hundreds of… Read More
Queen Elizabeth I
Roman Catholic Answer The first Ecumenical Council of the Church is usually thought of to be First Nicaea held in 325. The Emperor Constantine begged the bishops to hold it.
Ruler of Brazil: The church here in Brazil is Catholic Church and the Roman period when the church came to Brazil at the time of its discovery. Such as the legalization of abortion issue that almost cost him the election of the candidate applications were a succession of government of the republic president Roussef
Which of the following monarchs formally separated the Church of England from the Catholic Church in 1534 Henry VIII William the Conqueror John you Elizabeth I Henry VIII?
Henry the VIII did NOT separate the Church of England from the Catholic Church, he separated the Catholic Church IN England from the rest of the Catholic Church and formed the Church OF England. Big difference, before Henry VIII there was no Church OF England, only the Catholic Church IN England. In 1534 he had Parliment issue the Act of Supremacy. from the Website : Sovereign and Pope in English Bidding Prayers before and after… Read More
Contsantine was the first roman ruler to except christ as the one true messiah
With the establishment of the Church of England, Elizabeth was viewed at home and abroad as a Protestant ruler. Although she did not face considerable problems earlier in her reign, when Mary Queen of Scots, a devout Catholic and claimant to the English throne, arrived in England in 1568 Catholic dissention quickly broke out. Countless plots to overthrow Elizabeth and seat Mary were schemed. In 1587, Elizabeth's counsellors finally convinced her to execute Mary on… Read More
Assuming you are referring to the Catholic Church I understand it was a chap called Peter. Other churches might name different people.
King Henry the VIII. He wanted to divorce his first wife (who had not born him a male heir) and marry Anne Boleyn (in the hope she might birth male children). When the Pope refused to give Henry a divorce, he broke off from the Catholic Church and married Ms. Boleyn, killing many Catholic Clergy people who refused to go along with King Henry. Anne Boleyn was unable to bear male children who lived, so… Read More
Why will the ruler break if the ruler is over lapping a table and the half is covered by a newspaper and the other end will be hit why did the ruler break?
the ruler broke because air pressure was pushing down on the ruler and was on top of it causing the ruler to break instead of the newspaper the ruler broke because air pressure was pushing down on the ruler and was on top of it causing the ruler to break instead of the newspaper the ruler broke because air pressure was pushing down on the ruler and was on top of it causing the ruler… Read More
He had help from a former ruler of Germany, (I don't remember his name) who then got him support from the Catholic Church. Once he was in power, Hitler diminished Parliament, so that he had all the power.
A: Feudalism can be traced back to the rule of Constantine, the first Christian emperor of Rome, so it was under Christian rule that feudalism prospered, survived and then declined. During the Middle Ages, the Catholic Church became perhaps the largest feudal ruler in all Europe. Not only were monasteries great landowners, but there were papal estates and the powerful Papal States. Arguably, the decline of feudalism owes more to external events such as the… Read More
Because the Catholic church taught that the only way was to fully participate in all the church's rituals, which could only be performed in the church buildings. This gave the Pope enormous political power, as if any King or other ruler displeased the Pope he could excommunicate that ruler which would cause all church buildings in that ruler's lands to be closed until the ruler repented. The people inevitably saw this as their ruler sending… Read More
The ruler Charlemagne realized he wanted more people to be educated so he used the Catholic Church as a school instead of building a school. Probably did not have enough money to build a school.
The Catholic church never had an emperor. It is headed by the Pope, not by an emperor. In 800 Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne, the king o the Franks, Emperor of the Romans. The Pope and Charlemagne established an alliance to establish the independence of Catholic Western Europe from the Eastern Romans, who were Orthodox Christians, had previously ruled much on Italy and had interfered with the papacy. Charlemagne created an empire which covered most… Read More
Elizabeth I, she made Great Britians official religion Catholic, but she let anybody practice any religion.
Probably one of the biggest effects of Constantine moving east to what became known as Constantinople was that the Pope became important as a secular ruler; which was to have all kinds of unforeseen and unpleasant consequences for the Church.
The Catholic church was the ruler of the society and it told the people from the king on down what to think and how to think it. It taught that man was born in sin and the only way to die and go to heaven was through the church. The church was needed as man's way to communicate with God.
Henry always claimed to be a good Catholic, a better Catholic than the Pope. Accordingly to Henry the Pope was merely Bishop of Rome, and his jurisdiction was limited to Rome. By comparison, the King of each country was head of the Catholic Church in said country. The control of the Church by the Bishop of Rome was therefore a usurpation, and the clergy who assented to it were guilty of "praemunire", i.e. loyalty to… Read More
The Catholic Church was never "restored" in England, the Church of England still owns most of its Churches, and its monasteries and convents were all converted to private homes in the sixteenth century. King George III was the first King, after the protestant revolt, to allow citizens to attend Mass. from the website History of the Catholic Church in England (16th - 19th Century): After Catholic worship became legal in 1791, most of the country-house… Read More
There is no leader, no authority or control over the churches, no ecclesiastical organization which has more power than another. It is not organized like the Catholic Church. Protestants recognize Christ as the only ruler of their churches.
Roman Catholic · They spoke in Latin or local languages. · The pope was "ruler" of the bishops. · The pope claims authority over kings and emperors. · Priests can't be married. Eastern Orthodox · Spoke in Greek or local languages. · The Patriarch and the bishops lead the church together. · The emperor or king rules over the church. Priests can marry.
Neither... The first church was Jewish. ... and Both. The early Christian Church was both catholic (universal) and orthodox (right-teaching). The term Orthodox Church was used first to distinguish the Christian Church from various gnostic groups. The term Catholic Church was used first to mean the Christian Church throughout the whole world, rather than just the local Church in Jerusalem, or Rome, or Antioch, etc. Both referred to the same Church, which was one, holy… Read More
One Answer Henry VIII did not act alone in breaking from the Roman Church, but acted on the tide of protest sweeping across Europe at the Reformation. Luther, Zwingli, Calvin and many others were earlier incensed at the corruption in the Church of Rome and broke away from Rome because of its corruption, forming the protestant movement. Part of this corruption was the selling of indulgences - 'guarantees' of a set number of years off… Read More
An english ruler uses inches and feet, and a metric ruler uses centimeters, millimeters, decimeters and meters.
Because it meant that the Catholic Church didn't have control over all of it. They couldn't threaten a Protestant ruler with excommunication to keep them in line, for example.
Roman Catholic Answer That would be the First Council of Nicaea, and it was hosted by St. Alexander, the Bishop of Alexandria. However, the Emperor Constantine was the one who asked that it be held.
Throughout most of the Middle Ages, the Catholic Church had a monopoly for religion in western Europe. Few would challenge the Church for fear of eternal damnation. Those the Church wished to punish could be excommunicated, which meant the disgrace of being unable to be buried in the church cemetery, as well as being thought to suffer an eternity in hell. The church often also referred those it regarded as criminals to the secular authorities… Read More
The Execution of Mary Unfortunately, there were times in Queen Elizabeth's reign when she was forced to take a strong pro-Protestant position. With the establishment of the Church of England, Elizabeth was viewed at home and abroad as a Protestant ruler. Although she did not face considerable problems earlier in her reign, when Mary Queen of Scots (her half- Sister), a devout Catholic and claimant to the English throne, arrived in England in 1568 Catholic… Read More
It seems as if you are asking this question from a secular perspective. The Catholic Church is not just an institution or corporation. The Catholic Church is the Mystical Body of Christ and includes the Church Militant (the people alive on the earth), the Church Suffering (those who have died and are in purgatory), and the Church Triumphant (those in heaven with God). Secular people, many Catholics, and even many protestant Christians that I know… Read More
In addition to the obvious change of ruler, his reign also saw a programme of building and fortification, changes to the English language, a shift in the upper levels of society and the church, and adoption of some aspects of continental church reform.
Roman Catholic Answer According to the Vatican statistics from 2008, the world population of Catholics was 1.166 billion in 2008. which was 17% of the total population of the world. Answer There are over 2 billion roman Catholics worldwide. Answer About 1.2 Billion globally, in the US it is about 25% or 80,000,000 Answer Well there is only one Catholic Church, but there are different types of Catholic churches such as the eastern rites. They… Read More
Roman Catholic Answer It is only controversial to those who are "of this world" as the Catholic Church is not of the world and Our Blessed Lord specifically warned us that all would be against us, but that He would send the Holy Spirit who would be with us and guide us until the end of the world. Because Satan is ruler of this world, and He is most vehemently opposed to the Body of… Read More
The Catholic Church is the mystical Body of Christ, as such, He is the head of the Church, and He sent His Holy Spirit to guide it always. Control of the Church, then, ultimately resides with God. Our Blessed Lord rules His Church through His Vicar on earth, the Holy Father in Rome. Ultimately, each individual is responsible for his own life, each Bishop controls his own diocese, but Our Lord has already won, and… Read More
The Dutch didn't rebel against Spain. They rebelled against the Catholic Church and their ruler,The Count of Habsburg, who by the way, was also the King of Spain, and the Holy Roman Emperor. Being a good Catholic, and Holy Roman Emperor, he quite naturally objected. Because Henry VIII, of England, left the Roman Catholic Church he had continuous problems with that church. When Elizabeth I succeeded him as monarch she felt obligated to assist any… Read More
I Do But Mine Broke D; but u can get one from Wal*Mart x3
A cease fire between the two powers with Napoleon recognizing the church but returning none of confiscated lands and maintaining that the government and the laws of France would remain secular. . Answer Mostly all of the French people were Catholic and they favored a Catholic ruler and so Napoleon did this to keep all of France under his comand. . Catholic Answer The Concordate with Napoleon of 1801 gave Napoleon the end of religious… Read More
In addition to the obvious change of ruler, his reign also saw a programme of building and fortification, changes to the english language, a shift in the upper levels of society and the church, and adoption of some aspects of continental church reform.
Alexander The Great
Roman Catholic Answer The Church's only real power comes from Our Blessed Lord. At times throughout history, the leaders of the Church have welded temporary power either through owning land, or for various other reasons. But at all times, one would speak of say, the Pope having temporal power, for instance, when he controlled a great portion of Italy as its temporal ruler. There was also a type of power one could speak of when… Read More
Henry Vlll was the king of England at the time, he wanted to divorce Catherine of Aragon to marry Anne Bolyn, so he asked the pope who would not grant the divorce, he then took it upon himself to split from the Catholic Church he then became the head of the Church of England
No ruler personally did. It was the Virginia Company.