King Henry<br />And his separation from the Catholic Church<br />
Background	<br />Henry was King of England from April 21, 1509-death. <br />Not only known for his six marriages, he is kn...
Marriages<br />Henry married Catherine of Aragon at 17 yrs. Old on June 11, 1509. She gave birth to a daughter they named...
Separation from the Catholic Church<br />Henry rejected the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church, however he declared hi...
Heir to the Throne<br />-Henry became obese and had to be helped when he moved around, which ultimately led to his death o...
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King henry

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  • 1. King Henry<br />And his separation from the Catholic Church<br />
  • 2. Background <br />Henry was King of England from April 21, 1509-death. <br />Not only known for his six marriages, he is known greatly for his separation with the Church of England from the Roman Catholic Church. <br />His desire was to provide England with a male heir.<br />
  • 3. Marriages<br />Henry married Catherine of Aragon at 17 yrs. Old on June 11, 1509. She gave birth to a daughter they named Mary.<br />Henry became impatient when Catherine couldn’t produce a son, he then created an annulment with Catherine after meeting Anne Boleyn. And had a daughter they named Elizabeth. <br />After Anne Boleyn, he later married Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, Catherine Parr.<br />
  • 4. Separation from the Catholic Church<br />Henry rejected the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church, however he declared himself supreme head of the Church of England.<br />His involvement with the Church of England along with many other s led to the separation with Catholic Church. <br />Henry believed that his first marriage was never valid, however the divorce from Catherine was only one issue that les to the reformation.<br />Henry wanted religious policy to be his policy—connections with Lutheran theology with an emphasis on faith and word of God<br />Eventually , Parliament forbid all appeals to Rome and prohibited the Church from making any regulations without the Kind’s consent. <br />Pope Clement decided to launch sentences of excommunication against Henry at the same time the archbishop’s declaration that the annulment with Catherine of Aragon invalid and marriage to Anne “null.”<br />
  • 5. Heir to the Throne<br />-Henry became obese and had to be helped when he moved around, which ultimately led to his death on January 28, 1547.<br />-Eventually, daughter of Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth became heir to the throne. <br />

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