THE BREAK WITH ROME PART 2

THE BREAK WITH ROME PART 2

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THE BREAK WITH ROME PART 2

WHAT WAS THE SUPPLICATION OF THE ORDINARIES?

WHAT WAS THE RESTRAINT OF ANNATES, 1532?

WHEH ARCHBISHOP WARHAM DIED WHO DID HENRY APPOINT?

WHAT WAS THE RESULT OF THE ACTS IN RESTRAINT OF APPEALS, 1532?

WHAT WAS THE RESULT OF THE ACT OF DISPENSATIONS, 1532?

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asked the King on behalf of the commons to curb the power of the church - attacking the power of Concocation to make laws without consent

Annates were the papacy's main source of income, and proposed abolition would be likely to cause consern in Rome

Thomas Carnmer, more sympathetic to divorce and supremacy, closely liked to the Boleyn family

Ended all appeals to Rome - prevented Catherine challenging ant decisons

Stopped all payments to Rome

registered the invalidity of Henry's first marriage and the validity of his marriage to Anna - mary was basterdised, heirs of second marriage legitamised

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HOW DID THE CROWN MAKE SURE PEOPLE WERE LOYAL TO THE SUPREMACY?

WHAT WAS THE TREASON ACT IN 1534?

WHO WAS ELIZABETH BARTON (THE MAID OF KENT)?

WHICH 2 RELIGIOUS ORDERS OPPOSED HENRY?

HOW MUCH HAD THE REFORMS CHANGED THE NATURE OF EVERYDAY WORSHIP?

WHY WERE OATHS OF LOYALTY FO IMPORTANT?

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All adult males had to swear an oath of the terms of the Act of Succession - all clergy had to make a declaration the Pope had no great god given authority

Made it treasonable to speak maliciously against Henry or his queen - fear factor

Visons of the virgin Mary - Archbishop Warham regarded her as the true messanger of God - prophasised against Anne and Henry's marriage - gained support from John Fisher - Barton sent to the tower to be executed

Carthusians and the Observant Friars - many were executed

Pope was a remote figurehead to most English popualtion, and did little to change evryday worship

important clerical and political figure made to take oaths to successions and supremacy - Henry got the support from his subjects

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