Year 8 Reformation

Year 8 Reformation
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  • "Pastime with good company i love and shall, until I die. Grudge who list, but none deny, so god be pleased thus live will I".
  • King Henry fathered five known infants with Catherine of Aragon. Four of which were still borns, or died soon after birth. The surviving child was Mary I. Three of the children born were male, but all passed away. This was when King Henry VIII's quest for a male heir began.
  • "Two beheadings out of six wives is too many"
  • Due to Catherine's failure to produce a male heir, King Henry VIII became infatuated with Anne Boleyn and the production of a male offspring. To complete these tasks, King Henry VIII needed a divorce from Catherine of Aragon, this was against the rules of the Roman Catholic Church, leading to the English Reformation.
  • "I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but i have the heart and the stomach of a king!"
  • King Henry VIII approached the Pope of the  Roman Catholic Church and was refused. Resulting in his excommunication and a fracture in society. As a result of this, King Henry created his own Church, the Church of England and appointed himself as the head of his religious organisation. This created a rift in the medieval society of Europe, but it allowed him to get his divorce.
  • Anglicanism
  • Episcopalism
  • King Henry eventually beheaded Anne Boleyn on charges of treason, as she failed to produce a male offspring, but only mothered one child, Elizabeth. King Henry married four more women, but only had one surviving male heir, Edward. He had a short reign after King Henry VIII's death, and so begun the reign of Mary I.
  • Mary, King Henry VIII's catholic daughter had violent tendencies. Attempting to use fear and death to bring the Roman Catholic Church back to England. Due to this Elizabeth, King Henry VIII's Protestant daughter overthrew her. Elizabeth healed the rift by making the Church of England similar to the Roman Catholic Church, but still maintaining them as two seperate entities. 
  • King Henrys English Reformation, as well as the the various reigns of his children resulted in different branches of the Church of England being formed, such as Anglicanism and Episcopalism.
  • The Church Of England 
  • Roman Catholic Church
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