In England, and the rest of the Latin Rite Church, the Eucharist was in Latin, in the Greek Rite, it was in Greek, Maronite Rite is was in Syriac (Christian Aramaic).
Henry VIII left the Catholic Church and started his own religion. He confiscated church lands and used them to his advantage.
he used the parlement........
Catholicism, until Henry VIII established the Church of England.
Answer VIII is the Roman Numeral for 8. When used to describe a monarch, such a Henry VIII, it is written as shown here and pronounced "Henry the eighth" To write it as Henry the VIII is incorrect. VIII is the roman numeral equivalent for the number eight.
Henry VIII often used Hyde Park, London as his hunting ground.
Anglican Catholic was formed by Henry VIII in 1534. The Church in Britain was brought to these Islands very early on . The latin Councils of the middle ages gave the,' Church in England,' Precedence, because of its early genesis. It was known as the Church of the English as far back as 750 AD, give & take a year![Beda.] The term was used again in the Magna Carta, 1215 Ad and its use was… Read More
Henry VIII used the reformation as a convenient excuse to divorce and then get married again
None. New research has shown that Henry VIII only used emerald rings
The tower which was used by King Henry VIII is the Tower of London. This tower was first built in 1078 and still stands today.
The coat of arms that Henry VIII used intermittently throughout his reign featured, a fleur-de-lis and a dragon.
Henry VIII separated from the catholic church to divorce his first wife, Catherine of Aragon and to marry Anne Boleyn. Henry didn't originally plan to break with the authority of the Pope. Henry assumed that the Pope would readily grant him the annulment When the Pope, after keeping Henry waiting on an answer for almost six years, refused to approve of the divorce, Henry was forced into action. After secretly marring Anne, Henry had the… Read More
Henry needed money from a war with France and by being head of the church he could use the Catholic's money and land to pay for his war. So basically he used all the money on wars that's why he didn't have any money left.
The political and economic power of the Roman Catholic Church was challanged during the reformation by?
Roman Catholic Answer What political and economic power the Church had at the time was challenged by the princes of Europe who used the "reformers" to further their own agenda. Henry VIII and the German princes were prime examples.
The Christmas song that was written by King Henry VIII was the song Greensleeves. The title of the song when used for Christmas festivities is "What Child is This?"
One Perspective Henry didn't break away from the Catholic Church, perhaps you've misunderstood things? Henry had a private fall out with the Pope about an annulment and the pope took umbrage and refused Communion to Henry! This caused Henrie to be separated from the Roman Catholic Church, but this is not quite the same thing as the whole Church, it is the Church of the Roman People only! Another Perspective Henry VIII broke away from… Read More
He used to enjoy jousting, hunting and tennis.
King Henry VIII had 6 wives. They either divorced, beheaded, died or survived. The first wife to King Henry VIII was Catherine The Arragon. She got divorced as she was too old and had a daughter, not a son. Henry the VIII wanted a son to carry on the era of tudors so he divorced her. Catherine the Arragon's daughter was named Mary. The second wife to King Henry VIII was Anne Boleyn. Unfortunately she… Read More
Latin and Roman numerals were still in common use in the Tudor period. The son of Henry VIII, king Edward VI was the first monarch to put the date in Arabic numerals on his coins in 1551, although the values were still in Roman numerals. The first books printed in English also occured during his reign. It is likely that Henry VIIIs dissolution of the monasteries and the creation of the Church of England had… Read More
One is getting a little of the , in this case Royal carriage before the horses. First of all Henry Viii did not ( they all say this) intend to found a new church. He was originally a Roman Catholic and was adamantly opposed to Lutheranism- then taking fire in central and Germanic Europe. It just so happened that Henry Viii penned a little Latin tome defending the seven sacraments ( a major theological issue… Read More
The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass. The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass. The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass. The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the… Read More
Henry VIII took the first steps toward the Protestant Reformation in England; although, that was not his original intention. His drive to provide England with a male heir, meant that he needed an annulment from Katherine of Aragon in order to marry Anne Boleyn. Unable to receive one from the Pope, Henry bullied a convocation of English Bishops into declaring him the Head of the Church in England. He immediately granted himself the annulment. His… Read More
No. The particular Italian-style composition of Green Sleeves wasn't used in England until after the death of King Henry VIII [June 28, 1491-January 28, 1547].
Henry was a Catholic in religion, but when it went to money and divorcing, he became a protestant. So inside his heart, he was a Catholic. Henry leaned towards the reformed religion only to suit his purposes, he remained a loyal catholic to the end of his days, with the exception of his disloyalty to the pope. He was the head of the English church, which was English protestantism, only he himself was the head… Read More
he used a knife
It is not true to say that faith had nothing to do with the English break from the Catholic church. Though Henry VIII used extreme measures to destroy the Catholic church in England he could not have done so with a measure of popular support for the ideas of the Protestant reformation. Just as in Germany there was extreme dissatisfaction with the corruption which, at that time, was rife within the Catholic church. There was… Read More
The Church of England was created when King Henry VIII had an argument with the Pope in Rome. King Henry pulled the church out from under the Pope. He kept the same organization. He told Archbishop Crammer to create a new worship service. Crammer created the Book of Common Prayer. He took Martin Luther's worship service but replaced the contents with his own translation of the worship service used by the Greek Orthodox Church. In… Read More
Henry VIII was an absolute monarch, who clearly took the position that by definition he could not commit an illegal act because his will was the law. Most famously, Henry VIII dealt badly with several of his wives, two of whom he had beheaded. Controversially, he separated the Church of England from the Church of Rome in order to have his first marriage annulled and marry again. This act was against the laws of the… Read More
Latin - but not classical Latin. Church Latin (also called Low Latin or Medieval Latin) was used throughout Europe during the medieval period, which meant that meetings (synods) of bishops, abbots and other Church officials from many different countries could be held in that universal language.
Itâ€™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. There were several breakaway groups who left the Church in the sixteenth century beginning with Martin Luther and the princes in what is now northern Germany, and Henry VIII who took the whole country of England into apostasy.
On a British coin the letters FD appear on the same side of the coin as the head of the monarch. They stand for Fidei Defensor (Latin for "defender of the faith') a title bestowed on King Henry VIII by the then Pole. The title has since been used by all British monarchs.
They could only be made by acoustic means. A cannon was a sound effect in Henry VIII (there was probably one in Hamlet also). It was a cannon used in a performance of Henry VIII which burned down the first Globe Theatre.
There is no "Roman Catholic Church." Itâ€™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. Secondly, they did not split, the Church of England was created out of nothing by Henry VIII, parliament, and Elizabeth I of England in the sixteenth century. It was primarily created because of Henry's personal sin… Read More
British and many Commonwealth coins show either Fid: Def: or F: D: as an abbreviation of the Latin "Fidei Defensor" meaning, "Defender of the Faith", a title bestowed on Henry VIII by Pope Leo X, and used by British Monarchs ever since.
He used to be sporty and clever but then he became lazy, greedy and very, very hungry.
Yes as he now gained from the taxes the Pope used to recieve.
Really, nearly everything Henry VIII did had some controversy associated with it, and whether it was good or bad depended on point of view. However, he did do the following: He separated the English from the Roman Catholic Church. He dissolved the monasteries and confiscated their lands, which were used for his own profit, or, from his perspective, the good of the country. He built up the Royal Navy He made England into a world… Read More
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. . Latin is the official language of the Catholic Church. The vernacular is permitted at Masses all over the world, though. (Mass in Latin is still the norm.)
Henry Tudor is normally used to describe King Henry VII of England; he was born on 28th January 1457. His son, King Henry VIII, could also be called Henry Tudor; he was born on 28th June 1491.
i know that henry brought in a swordsman from either Spain or France to do Anne, but i have no idea whether it was axe or sword for Katharine Howard
Defender of the Faith is and was the head of the Church of England - the monarch of the day. The term was used by the Pope at the time to describe Henry VIII who wrote a book in defense of the seven sacraments against the Protestant beliefs. See the Web Link to the left ' Fidei defensor'.
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. . All Masses in the Latin Rite are in Latin. In most countries since the Second Vatican Council, the priests are using a vernacular translation of the Latin Mass - but the actual Mass itself is still in Latin, and may always… Read More
She used her dad's (Henry VIII) battle fleet (see related link)
No, he wasn't. Execution by decapitation has been used since ancient times.
King Henry VIII wanted a divorce from his wife. The Pope would not grant it. He also wanted to stop paying a large annual tax to the Pope. To get his divorce and greatly reduce his tax bill, he pulled the church in England out from under the Pope. He had the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Crammer, create a new organization, the Anglican Church. The church kept the Roman Catholic form of government. Instead of… Read More
Before Henry VIII, his dad, Henry VII, also used to be king marrying someone, I dunno who,(sorry I don't no much!) then henry 8 took over following and succeeding the death of his farther. bye!
They used the juices from snake skin as ink back in those days
There are a LOT of differences. Classical Latin was the language actually spoken by the Romans. It was their native language. Church Latin, on the other hand, isn't anyone's native language. It's Latin used by people after the end of the Roman Empire -- people whose native language isn't Latin, but might be Italian, German, French, Russian, English... you name it. That means that church Latin will be slightly different in different countries, because your… Read More
The Latin "Fidei Defensor" (meaning - Defender of the Faith) sometimes abbreviated to FID DEF or just F D, is a title given to Henry VIII by Pope Leo X for his stance against Martin Luthers Protestant reforms. The title has been used by all subsequent British Monarchs.
Edward VI was the son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. Edward came to the throne at nine years old on his father's death in 1547. Powerful nobles were his advisers and used the regency to their own advantage. During Edward's reign he introduced in 1547 The Book of Common Prayer, in English, further emphasising the status of the Anglican church. Forcing church services in English rather than Latin caused rebellion in Devon and Cornwall… Read More