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Why was the Church of England established?

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King who established the Church of England?

King Henry VIII established the Church of England, also known as the Anglican Church.


What was the church established by Henry VIII in England?

The Church of England


Was the Anglican church established as the Church of England?

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The Anglican Church was the "established" Church of England, established by Parliment.


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The Episcopal Church or the Church of England


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Which British monarch established the Anglican Church as the official religion of England?

Henry VIII established the Anglican church


When did Church of England begin?

The Church of England was established by King Henry VIII shortly after he separated from the Roman Catholic Church in 1534.


What religious group broke away from established church?

The church of England


What Church did Elizabeth establish?

She didn't establish the church her father did. He established the Church of England.


What church did Queen Elizabeth establish?

She didn't establish the church her father did. He established the Church of England.


A branch of Christians which protested against the established church?

Any denomination which protests against the established church. Originally the established church was the Catholic church. Its strict teachings and sometimes the cruel way it enforced those teachings caused some to break away and protest (Protestant). Thereby forming churches of their own, and to have the bible printed so that all might read it and discover the truths it contained for themselves. An established church is usually the church of a particular country i.e The Church of England is the established church of England.


What is the officially established Christian Church in England?

It is called the Anglican Church and is Protestant.


What does antidisestablishentarianism mean?

It refers to an "Established" Church (Specifically the Church of England, which is established as part of the State) and taking up a position that would oppose the withdrawal of state recognition of said established church.


How old is the Church of England?

It was approximately 1533 that Henry VII separated England from the catholic church headed by the pope and established the Anglican church, or church of England. Since it is currently 2009, the church is 476 years old.


What did Henry VIII do with the Church of England?

He formed it and established it.


What is Mexico to an antidisestablishmentarian?

Well, first you have the Church of England, a state established church Then you had a movement to get rid of the Church as a state Church--thus disestablishmentarianism. So, the people who came to the defense of the church and opposed removing the Church as the established church of England were espousing, yes, you guessed it: antidisestablishmentarianism -- a movement or principle opposed to disestablishing a state church.


Is it true that Most English people belonged to the Church of England a Catholic Church?

The church of England isn't a Catholic Church it's Protestant. Before Henry VIII left the catholic church most people belonged to the catholic church. After the church if England was established most people belonged to the Church of England.


Who broke away from the Roman Catholic Church in the 1540's and established the what?

Henry VIII broke away from the Roman Catholic Church in 1534, and established the Church of England.


What was the English monarch who broke with the Catholic Church and established the Church of England?

It was: Henry the VIII


Who was the leader of England when the Church of England was established by law?

King Henry VIII was instrumental in breaking away from the Pope and establishing the Church of England, with Henry at its head.


Is the Church of England and the Catholic Church the same?

No, they are different, the Catholic Church was founded by Our Blessed Lord on the Apostle Peter in 33 A.D. (approximately); the Church of England was established by Queen Elizabeth I of England sixteen centuries later.


What was estblished first the bank of England or the Church of England?

The Church of England was established first - in 1534. The Bank of England wasn't founded until 1694 - some 160 years later.