Henry VIII

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What religion was the country when Henry VIII came to the throne?
England was a Catholic country.
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Name some of the features of this religion.
Use of statues are permitted, The Pope has authority, Confesses sins through priests, Latin is one of the original languages, Divorce is not permitted
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Why did Henry VIII want to change the religion of England to Protestantism?
To go against the Pope as an act of revenge.
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Name some of the features of Protestantism.
Use of statues are not permitted, The Pope has no authority, Confesses sins through Jesus only, Latin is not one of the original languages, Divorce is permitted in exceptional cases
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What religion were Henry's children: Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I.
Edward VI: Protestant Mary I: Catholic Elizabeth I: Protestant
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Name some of the features of this religion.

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Use of statues are permitted, The Pope has authority, Confesses sins through priests, Latin is one of the original languages, Divorce is not permitted

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Why did Henry VIII want to change the religion of England to Protestantism?

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Name some of the features of Protestantism.

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What religion were Henry's children: Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I.

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