What play dealt with England's break with the Roman Catholic Church?
There are several: Henry VIII, Anne of the Thousand Days, A Man for all Seasons to name but three.
Roman Catholic Answer Henry VIII did not break with the Catholic Church for money.
The Roman Catholic Church.
No, The Roman Catholic Church is the original Catholic Church. The Orthodox Church is not a "break-away" church. The only churches that broke away are the "Protestant" Churches. God be with you! If by 'original Catholic' you mean the original church founded by Jesus Christ and His Apostles, then most certainly yes, although there are some common beliefs.
The Church of England did not break away from the Eastern Orthodox Church, it broke from the Roman Catholic Church in 1534.
He didn't. He broke away from the Roman Catholic Church because the Pope wouldn't grant him a divorce from his wife.
Seeing as there is no break in historical continuity between the early Church and the Catholic Church, the symbol that applied to the early Church by definition represents the Catholic Church.
Roman Catholic Answer: To the best of my knowledge, the only country in Europe which broke away, as a Country, from the Catholic church, was England. I believe that Spain is still nominally Roman Catholic.
There were two main churches: Roman Catholic and Orthodox. - UPDATE - Actually there were three main churches at the time, the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church and Oriental Orthodox Church. The Oriental Orthodox Church was the first church to break away from the Orthodox Church (Eastern Orthodox Church) in 451AD followed by the Roman Catholic Church in 1054AD.
Whom did Henry 8 want to marry badly enough to prompt his break with the Roman Catholic Church and the pope?
It's just the Catholic Church, not the Roman Catholic Church. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is rarely used by the Catholic Church. King Henry VIII wanted to marry Anne Boleyn but the Holy Father would not give him an annulment of his valid marriage to Catherine of Aragon.
The original church was called the Catholic Orthodox church or Universal Truth. The Greek orthodox church and Roman catholic church split in 1054. It was mainly the Roman Catholics fault since they changed the original creed which they agreed upon in the first NICENE COUNCIL and claimed papal infallible over the other patriachs. Hence the name pope of Rome rather than patriach of Rome.
There is no "Roman" Catholic Church, the Roman was added as a slur against the Catholic Church in England after the protestant revolt. Why anyone would think breaking with the Church would be a good thing is a very puzzling matter, most of them were so enamored of their personal sin that they made up a Church that accepted them as they were, so that they didn't have to change their behavior as the Christian… Read More
England broke with the Roman Catholic church in the time of King Henry VIII.He was disappointed when the Pope Clement VII denied his request of annulment to his first wife Queen Catherine of Aragon. They broke at the time of Henry VIII.He wanted himself to become the supreme head of his newly church the Anglican.His reason was to legalize divorcement that was objected by the Roman Catholic church.
When Henry became Head of the Church in England, he confiscated property which had previously belonged to the Catholic Church. The wealth then became part of the Royal Treasury.
I think it was Anne Boelyn
he wanted to divorce his 1st wife Catherine of Aragon, to marry Ann Boleyn, the catholic church would NEVER agree to that, so he appointed HIMSELF as head of the church, he then divorced and declared that the the NEW church of England is called the Anglican Church of England and a complete break-a- way from the Roman Catholic church.
The protestant reformation was caused by Martin Luther who wrote the ninety-five theses. He criticized the Catholic church and other followed him, causing a break-away from the roman catholic church.
No, he wanted a divorce from Catherine of Aragon so he could marry Anne Boleyn the Catholic church would not grant him one( this is against the ?Catholic doctrine) so being head of the church he unilaterally broke away from the Catholic church and established what is today known as the Anglican Church
Henry was excommunicated in 1533 and named himself as head of his own Church of England the following year.
. Catholic Answer The Lutheran Ecclesial Community did not "break away" from the Catholic Church. It was founded by Martin Luther, a heretic who left the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century and was excommunicated.
England's break from the Roman Catholic Church
When the pope refused to grant Henry VIII a divorce, he decided to break with Rome and appointed himself as the head of the church in England.
Christians did not break away from the Catholic Church, they remained Christians, protestants broke away from the Catholic Church in the 16th century.
England was the first European nation to break away from Roman Catholic Church. King Henry VIII established the Church of England in protest.
Roman Catholic Answer In England, Henry VIII split from the Catholic Church over the Church not allowing him to divorce his lawfully wedded wife. In Germany the princes in northern Germany used Martin Luther as an excuse to free themselves from Rome.
Because Anne Boelyn convinced King Henry VIII of England to break away from the Catholic Church when the Pope would not grant him a divorce from his wife, Queen Catherine of Aragon, so he formed the Church of England which is the Mother Church of the Anglican Communion.
The Puritans did not directly break from the Catholic Church. They broke from the Church of England, a Protestant Church. They did so because they felt that the Church of England was too similar in practices to the Catholic Church. I suppose that makes the Puritans Protestant Protestants.
Henry VIII was brought up Roman Catholic. Even after the break with the church of Rome he ran the Anglican church similar to that of Roman Catholicism. The changes did not appear between the two until the reign of his son Edward
Jesus Christ, the Apostles, their successors and billions upon billions of Christians the world over promoted The Catholic Faith. The term: "Roman Catholicism" is not a term that The Catholic Church assigns to Herself. There is no "break" in Christ's Universal ("catholic) Church in which a specifically named Roman Catholic Church came into existence. The Catholic Church originated at Pentecost. She is the same Church today (2010) that she was yesterday (33 AD) and that… Read More
Who did Henry VIII want to marry badly enough to prompt his break with the Roman Catholic Church and the pope?
Henry VIII defied the church to divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn.
Yes, King Henry VIII broke from the church because he wanted to divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn.
Whom did Henry viii want to marry badly enough to prompt his break with the roman catholic church of the holy roman empire?
Lady Anne Boleyn, daughter of the Knight Thomas Boleyn.
The definition of a religious sect is: 'a subdivision of a larger religious group.' Which Christian church came first? The Roman Catholic Church was the first Christian Church and today it is the largest with 1.1 billion members. Therefore every Christian denomination by definition is a subdivision or SECT of the Roman Catholic Church. Now we come to the question. "Is Mormonism considered a sect?" It may be considered a sect by uneducated people, but… Read More
No king has ever replaced a pope as head of the Catholic Church. Henry VIII did break from the Catholic Church and formed what is the Church of England but which is not a Catholic Church as it is not in union with Rome.
Different Christians had different interpretations of the Bible, and split up. One major split was of the Church of England from the Roman Catholic church. Other churches have sprung up since then.
A: He encouraged Henry VIII to break away from the Roman Catholic Church so that Henry could divorce his wife.
the answer is a. if youre taking mr kollers class. and if not, it was Henry the 8th's (VIII) break from the roman catholic church.
Actually, the Lutheran Church did not technically "break off" from the Catholic Church. The Lutheran Church was made up out of whole cloth by the princes of northern Germany in 1517, I believe.
Martin Luther did to break up with the Catholic church in the time of October 31,1517 in Wittenburg Germany.He made the 95 thesis to stamp it in Wittenburg church castle.The 95 thesis was his allegation against the teaching of the Catholic church.
No, Thomas Aquinas was one of the greatest theologians and saints of the Catholic Church.
Henry the VIII broke away from the catholic church in 1533.
What were the effects of Henry VIII break from the Catholic Church particularly on Christianity and the people of England?
Henry didn't break from the Catholic Church at all, he remained a Catholic all his life. He fell out with the Bishop of Rome for telling the Bishop that he was breaking the Church rules! Roman Catholic Answer The effects were dreadful. Many martyrs were created. Henry dissolved monasteries, confiscated Church property and tortured and killed all those who remained loyal to the Catholic Church and the Sacrifice of the Mass. He martyred priests, monks… Read More
There are no protestants who broke away from the Catholic Church as only one who is a Catholic can break away from the Church - thereby jeopardizing his immortal soul.
Martin Luther did not wish to break from the Catholic Church, all he wanted was to initiate a discussion on possible reforms within the church and announced his issues (The Ninety-Five Theses on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences) in the then common way of posting them on the door of the local Cathedral. It was the German princes that wanted to break from the control of the (not so) Holy Roman Empire that then… Read More
Martin Luther did not break from the Roman Catholic Church. It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. . When Martin Luther left the Catholic Church he was the culmination of a long process that had been going on in Europe for around two centuries in which men had gradually… Read More
Martin Luther primarily broke from the Catholic Church through a combination of ignorance and sin. He refused to reform his life, and thus blamed others. He used his small knowledge of scripture in an attempt to justify his breaking with the Church that Christ founded for salvation.
Roman Catholic Answer That depended entirely on the individual prince. Most of the princes in northern Germany saw in Martin Luther's revolt a chance to free themselves from Rome, so they supported the break. The good Christian princes of Southern Germany were horrified that anyone would attempt to break with the Church that Our Blessed Lord founded for their salvation, and remained Catholic.
The Great Schism
Henry VIII had three legitimate children; Mary, Elizabeth and Edward. Mary was Catholic as she had been brought up before Henry VIII's break from the Roman Catholic Church. When she became Queen, she ruthlessly prosecuted Protestants. Edward was a Protestant; he was brought up after Henry VIII's break from the Catholic Church. He was an extremist who was intolerant of Catholics. Elizabeth was the only one of Henry VIII's children to keep the English Church… Read More
Yes, then he created the Lutheran Church.
The Church excommunicated Henry VIII.