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62724162 WHY DID HENRY VIII BREAK WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

62724162 WHY DID HENRY VIII BREAK WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH...

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Henry VIII 1 Running head: WHY DID HENRY VIII BREAK WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH? Why Did Henry VIII Break with the Catholic Church? [Author’s Name] [Institution’s Name]
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Henry VIII 2 Why Did Henry VIII Break with the Catholic Church? Henry VIII was largely responsible for the break with Rome and for subsequent religious changes which together have had such a lasting impact". What exactly we are to infer from the latter part of his thesis so stated is not at all clear, although he hints at its implications at the end of this lengthy study, where he suggests that Elizabeth's reign should be seen as a continuation that "would perpetuate and entrench significant features of her father's reformation," a formula he recognizes as "controversial" and does not pursue. The argument that the Reformation in England was totally of Henry's making and was consistent with his views, which were unchanging, is not an easy case to make. To claim that Henry's view expressed in his defense of the seven sacraments against
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