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Reformation Part II Moving North
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Henry VIII Devout Catholic Critical of Luther Very badly wanted a male child
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Catherine of Aragon Catherine of Aragon was the youngest surviving child of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain Catherine Failed to give Henry a boy at which time Henry decided to drop her for Anne Boleyn, a women believed to have twelve fingers. A quote from the Venetian Ambassador said of Anne she was 'not one of the handsomest women in the world. ..'.
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Pope Leo X Catherine appeals directly to the Pope not to allow the annulment. The Pope refused Henry VIII
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Henry Breaks with Church to Marry Anne Henry VIII gets Parliament to pass Act of Supremacy English Monarch, not the Pope, the head of the Church of England
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England Further from the Catholic Church Edward Strengthened Protestantism and moved closer to Luther (reign 1547-1553) Mary I the Daughter of Catherine and Henry tried to bring back Catholicism. In the process killed many Protestants;
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