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What were the consequences with Henry VIII breaking with rome?

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What were the consequences with Henry VIII breaking with rome?

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Henry VIII (1491-1547) was king of England from 1509 to 1547. As a consequence of the Pope’s refusal to nullify his first marriage, Henry withdrew from the Roman Church and created the Church of England. Because of King Henry VIII, The Convocation of Canterbury met on the 12th April 1532 after its last session ended in March. On the 10th May Edward Foxe, the Bishop of Hereford, presented the Convocation with a schedule of three articles which King Henry VIII had sent to the Convocation for ratification. These articles said: The Church of England was to renounce its authority to make church law (canons) without royal licence; the Convocation was to submit all existing canons to the scrutiny of a committee, which would be appointed by the King. Half of the members would be from Parliament (eight from the Commons and eight from the Upper House) and half from the clergy. This committee would proclaim void all canons it found offensive; the Convocation was to retain the remaining canons wit

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