HENRY CHANGING RELATION WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH:THE BREAK WITH ROME PART 1

HENRY CHANGING RELATION WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH:THE BREAK WITH ROME PART 1

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THE BREAK WITH ROME PART 1

WHY WAS HENRY CONVINCED HIS MARRAIGE TO CATHERINE OF ARAGON WAS UNLAWFUL?

WAS HENRY MOTIVATED BY LUST?

WAS HERY MOTIVATED BY PRAGMATISM?

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Henry believed his marriage to Catherine contravened divine law, based on scripture of Leviticus that prohibited marriage to ones dead brothers wife - conflicting biblical text of Deuternonomy existed - Catherine argued she did not consumate her marriage with Arthur

He fall madly in love with Anne Boleyn who refused to give in to Herry's lust, to bed her he must first wed her - became infatuated with Anne

Henry was concerned over his succession, clear Catherine was ageing and unlikely to concieve a boy who would sucure future stability of tudor reign - female soverign unthinkable (weaken tudor dynasty, last female soverign Matilda resulted in years of conflict

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HOW DID CHARLES V STOP HENRY OBTAINING A DIVORCE THROUGH ROME?

HOW DID WOLSEY HOPE TO USE HIS CREDETIALS AS PAPAL LEGATE AND CARDINAL?

WHAT WAS WOLSEY'S NEXT STRATERGY?

WHY WAS CATHERINE OF ARAGON AN OBSTACLE?

WHAT WAS THE DISCOVER OF THE SPANISH BREIF?

WHAT WAS THE OUTCOME OF BLACKFRIARS?

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Charles V was Catherine nephew - Holy Roman Empire - held real influence over Pope Clement unwise for Clement to disagree with the emporer by granting annulment - in 1527 imperial troops sacked Rome and Pope was held prisoner

Wanted to call a coucil of leading archbishops to pronounce on divorce without the Pope - 1527 Pope was freeded (still under Habsburg control) - Wolsey hopes were dashed

Have the case heard in England with papal approval - Pope wanted nothing to do with great matter, Pope suggested Henry marry in England and obtain offical annulment in future, Henry not interested amounted to bigamy - Catherine could enter a nunnery - not suffice as Henry wanted annulment to be given through Rome

She had powerful supporters, consitenly argued she was a virgin. Bishop John Fisher and Thomas Moore supported her case

Letter from Julius II to Catherine mother which cleared up any discrepancies about Henry's marriage

Campeggio already under strict orders from Pope not to dispense on the Great Matter - due to the failure Wolsey's fait was sealed

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WHY DID THE YEAR 1529 MARK A TURNING POINT IN THE GREAT MATTER?

WHAT WAS THE ROLE OF THE REFORMATION PARLIAMENT?

IN 1530 WHAT DID HENRY COLLECT?

IN 1530 WHAT DID HENRY'S LEADING SUPPORTERS PUT TOGETHER?

IN 1531 WHAT WAS THE CHURCH FORCED TO PAY?

IN 1531 HENRY INSISTED TO BE REFFERED TO AS?

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The treaty of Cambria confirmed the asscendancy of Charles V in Italy and Catherines case would be revoked to Rome - Henry began to be open to other ideas

Put pressure on Rome and threaten the Pope

The opinions of the finest univerisites in Europe on the Great Matter, seven univesities were in favour, using Leviticus - universities bribed

The Collectanea supported concept of King as head of state and church

Subsidy, and were all charged with praemunire - Henry stamping his authority on the clergy

sole protector and the supreme head of the English Church and clergy

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IN 1532 WHAT DID CROMWELL INTRODUCE?

IN 1532 THE SUBMISSION OF THE CLERGY WAS DRAWN UP, WHAT DID THIS MEAN?

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A petition know as the Supplication against the Ordinaries, aganist church courts and clerical jurisdiction

Independance of the chuch was surrendered to the crown - convocation could only meet with permission of the King - new canon laws had to first be approved by the King - any exisiting canon laws that underined royal authority would be undermined

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