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Henry VIII wanted to divorce his wife Catherine of Aragon, but couldn't as it was against the Catholic religion. He wanted a son and Catherine was deemed unfit to have more children
Henry argued with the Pope and made himself the head of the new 'Church of England'.
Henry closed the monasteries and nunneries, because he wanted their money and this way he was ridding himself of the competition
After Edward's death there was a dispute over his succession. As Mary was Catholic, Lady Jane Grey was named as the next in line to the throne. She was proclaimed Queen but Mary entered London with her supporters and Jane was taken to the Tower. She reigned for only 9 days.
Edward VI made the national religion Protestant, after his father had separated from the Catholic church
Queen Mary, or bloody Mary, changed the national religion back to Catholicism, as her mother Catherine of Aragon, was a devoted Catholic
Elizabeth I, was Anne Boleyn's daughter, and she turned the the country back to Protestant, after her half-sisters reign
Because of the Reformation, Catholics and Protestants still argue in England, to this day
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