In 1517, the Protestant Reformation began when Martin Luther nailed his "95 theses" on the church door against Catholics selling indulgence.
Catholics believed that church services and the Bible should be in Latin whereas Protestants believed that church services should be under the language of the people, so they can read them. Tudor Catholics believe that priest and the pope were able to forgive sins-at a price. Indulgences were a given to the Catholic church to absolve people of their sins, whereas protestants believed that only God could forgive sins.
Before the 1500's the people of England all practiced the Roman Catholic Religion. What were the differences between Catholic and Protestant ? Well, the main differences in Tudor religions centered around church services, and the Bible, the Priest, sins, and the churches.
The importance of this event is that many laws were passed about religion. These were passed by kings and queens who wanted to make people follow the same religion that they did.
The conflict of this event is that laws were passed to religion, and made kings and queens make people follow the same religion as them.
As today, people still follow religions that other people follow. The current day impact still lives today.