King Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn without the Catholic Church annulling his marriage to Catherine of Aragon. According to the Catholic Church, Henry's relationship with Anne was adultery, not marriage.
Henry VIII initially had a positive relationship with the Pope, however their relationship eventually turned bitter when Henry demanded a divorce and the Pope refused to grant one. This resulted in Henry's break with the Catholic church and creation of the Church of England, which granted him all the divorces he asked for. Henry VIII ruled from 1509 until his death in 1547.
I am not sure what you mean. However, Henry had ended his relationship with the Catholic Church so he died as a member of the Anglican Church and not as a Catholic.
Henry VIII was excommunicated from the Catholic Church. A series of acts were passed, which recognized that the king was "the only supreme head of the Church of England called Anglicana Ecclesia" .
He was risking his relationship with Spain.
The orgins of the englisht church are from Henry the 8th
It was not Henry 5, but the 8th. He began the Reformation by closing the Catholic Church and taking their assets. The church he created was the Church of England.
Is this question about Henry the 8th or the 7th? Henry the 8th broke with the Catholic church simply because the Vatican would not allow an annulment of his marriage with Catherine of Aragon.
King Henry the VIII formed the Church of England when he broke away from the church in Rome.
He was very much catholic. Henry the 8th created the church of England only to become head of the church to divorce his wife Catherine. The church of England had all the aspects of a catholic church except that the head of the church was the king of England and not the pope.
Henry VIII was born and raised a Catholic and was a good Catholic. In fact, the pope gave him the title of 'Defender of the Faith.' Later, however, Henry requested that the pope annul his marriage to Catherine of Aragon who had not provided him with a male heir. When the pope refused, things hit the proverbial fan. Henry broke with the Catholic Church and founded his own church, naming himself, with parliamentary approval, as… Read More
King Henry 8th changed his religion because the pope(of the Catholic church) didnt want to divorced to king Henry 8th so he made a new religion called the Church of England.
Henry VIII was at first great friends with the pope and was made protector of the faith. He then wished to get a divorce but the pope would not allow it so he declared himself head ofteh church in England and not the pope. this allowed the protestants to come up strongly but Henry never became a protestant.
Initially it was quite good. His 1521 publication Assertio Septem Sacramentorum ("Defence of the Seven Sacraments") earned him the title of Fidei Defensor (Defender of the Faith) from Pope Leo X. When he decided to divorce his first wife, the relationship went sour. The Pope would not grant a divorce or annulment, so Henry broke from the Catholic church and founded the Church of England.
King Henry the 8th was the first head of the Church of England.
Henry VIII was a Catholic King and a member of the Catholic ,Church in England.
the church of England
king henry the 8th of england
The creation of the Church of England and himself becoming the head of the church
Henry built the church of England after he divorced Catherine. the church of England was for protestants, so Henry built it so he could marry anne Boleyn. Henry position within the Anglican Church was that of First layman! He was chief magistrate and his job was to see that the law was carried out! The Church was not above the Law and personally, I don't think it ever should be so! But, the Catholic Church… Read More
England. king Henry the 8th allowed Divorce in the church, over riding the rule of the Catholic Church and the Pope.
The Anglican Church, by separating the Church of England from the Roman Catholic Church, mainly because he wanted to divorce his wife
he argued and made against to Henry the 8th but Henry didn't listen to him and Henry decided to make himself the leader of England church
Martin Luther created the Protestant Reformation to change the ways of the Holy Roman Catholic Church. Henry the VIII, who was a Catholic at the time, fell in love with a Protestant woman name Anne Boleyn. The Catholic Church did not grant Henry VIII his divorce with Catherine of Aragon, leading Anne Boleyn to convince her love that a new religious order will allow their marriage to be legit. Thus, Henry VIII created the Anglican… Read More
He wanted to divorce his wifes
Henry VII did not create a new Church, that was his son, Henry VIII.
Because the church had more money than the king (henry the 8th )
What protestant church that king Henry the 8th began when the pope would not allow him to get a divorce?
He began the church of England because the pope would not allow Henry the viii to divorce Katherine of Aragon.
King Henry the 7th was Roman Catholic. His son, King Henry the 8th created the Church of England, breaking away from Catholicism.
Catherine Parr had no relationship with Henry VII and she only had a relationship with one of Henry VII's children, Henry VIII who was her third husband.
Henry the 8th made the break with Rome like this. He persuaded the parliament that if they made Henry head of the church, then they would have more power. the parliament liked that idea and in 1534 enforced the 'act of supremacy' declaring that Henry was now head of the church!
No, Henry VIII created the Church of England which was not the first Protestant Church.
Catherine of Aragon
because monasteries had a lot of money and he wanted the money and that the monks and nuns were catholic so they objected to the church of England and the wouldn't follow Henry rules for the church
The holy church or the pope nobody else that's why Henry the 8th made the church of England
Henry VIII did not reform the Church of England, he founded the Church of England from nothing by stealing everything from the Catholic Church.
King Henry VIII suppressed the Catholic Church in England and began what would become the Church of England under his daughter, Elizabeth I.
If you are speaking of Henry VIII, then that would be the Church of England, also known as the Anglican church.
Henry VIII of England did not leave the Church of England, he founded the Church of England.
In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Supreme head of the Church on Earth. In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Supreme head of the Church on Earth. In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Supreme head of the Church on Earth. In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Supreme head of the Church on Earth. In 1536, when King Henry VIII was declared as Supreme head… Read More
Yes Henry the Eighth founded the Church of England
Henry VIII did. The church was founded by King Henry VIII
When did Henry VIII take over the church?
How did king henry effect the protestant church?
The Church of England is also known as the Anglican Church. It is a Protestant Religion that is an offshoot of Catholicism and came into being during the reign of Henry the 8th.
Henry the 8th wanted to divorce his wife but the Pope wouldn't let him do this. So King Henry broke away and founded the Church of England which he was the head of.
Henry VIII separated the Church of England from the Roman Catholic Church because he wanted a divorce with his 1st wife, Katherine of Aragon, but the Roman Catholic Church would not allow it so he took over the Church of England, made it protestant, and got his divorce.
Henry the XIII wanted a divorce and the Catholic Church didn't want to grant it. Henry then broke off the Church in England and created the Anglican Church so that he could get divorced and remarried.
Henry VIII did not form the Catholic Church. He actually broke away from the Catholic Church and formed the Church of England in 1534.
Henry VII did not create his own Church, you are thinking of his son, Henry VIII.