King Henry VIII created the Church of England in 1536 as a result of a dispute with the pope, who would not permit Henry to get a divorce from his wife and marry his long-time mistress. Henry's marital history started under a cloud of suspicion, as his marriage to Catherine of Aragon meant he was fo
England's King Henry VIII founded the Church of England because he wanted a divorce from his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. The Catholic Church had refused the king's request for a divorce, so the English monarch took matters into his own hands to get what he wanted.
Henry VIII changed the religion of England because the Catholic church would not grant him a divorce from Catherine of Aragon. When Pope Clement VII refused to grant a special dispensation to annul the marriage, Henry got the Archbishop of Canterbury to comply and declared himself head of the church
Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church so that he could divorce his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, and marry his lover Anne Boleyn.
Henry VIII rejected Catholicism and founded the Church of England in 1533 after the Pope refused to annul his marriage to Catherine of Aragon. Henry's decision to leave the Catholic church and marry Anne Boleyn, Catherine's lady-in-waiting, prompted the pope to excommunicate him.
Anne Boleyn had one child with Henry VIII. This girl, Elizabeth, was born in 1533 and grew up to become Queen Elizabeth I. Boleyn had two other pregnancies, but both of these ended in stillbirth.
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