British History - Religion - Henry

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1531 - Pardon of the Clergy
Charged with Praemunire - Pope was listened to
1 of 17
1532 - Act in restraint of Annates
Stop paying money to the Pope
2 of 17
1532 - Supplication of the ordinaries
Petition from the house of commons to Henry, complains about church corruption
3 of 17
1532 - Cranmer Archbishop of Canterbury
Protestant
4 of 17
1533 - Act in restraint of appeals
Monarch decides legal matter, not the Pope - allows Henry to divorce
5 of 17
1534 - Act of Supremacy
Britain as a sovereign state - official break with Rome
6 of 17
1535 - Comperta Monastica
Lists corruption in the monasteries - Cromwells agents
7 of 17
1535 - Valor Ecclesiasticus
Survey of wealth and land
8 of 17
1536 - Dissolution of the smaller monasteries
Closed if annual income less than £200
9 of 17
1536 - Act extinguishing the authority of the Bishop of Rome
Pope has no status
10 of 17
1536 - Act of Ten Articles
First move toward Protestantism - reduced the 7 sacraments to 3 (baptism, marriage, burial)
11 of 17
1536 - Injunctions
Clergy had to defend Royal Supremacy
12 of 17
1537 - Bishops Book
Seven sacraments brought back - move toward protestantism - sacraments of less value and mass not mentioned
13 of 17
1538 - Injunctions
Protestant - relics, shrines, pilgrimages removed - English bibles in each parish
14 of 17
1539 - Act of Six Articles
Transubstantiation brought back - private masses, banned priests form marrying - Catholicism
15 of 17
1539 - Dissolution of the greater monasteries
All gone
16 of 17
1543 - King's book
Defended six articles
17 of 17

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Stop paying money to the Pope

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1532 - Act in restraint of Annates

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Petition from the house of commons to Henry, complains about church corruption

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Protestant

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Monarch decides legal matter, not the Pope - allows Henry to divorce

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