The Break with Rome (2)

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When did the Reformation Parliament open?
November 1529
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Why was there a drift in religious policy 1529-32?
Henry was undecided between attaining a watertight annulemnt through Rome or increasing his own powers over the Church by breaking with Rome.
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What happened in 1530?
Henry collected the opinions of the best universities in Europe, including Oxford and Cambridge
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When were the findings published for the survey of the universities?
1531
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How many universities returned favorable verdicts on Henry's case?
7
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When was Collectanea satis copiosa put together?
1530
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Who put together Collectanea satis copiosa?
Henry's leading clerical supporters- led by Edward Foxe (Bishop of Hereford) and Thomas Cranmer
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What did Collectanea actually do?
Referred to ancient English manuscripts and Anglo Saxon chronicles in supporting the concept of the King as head of state and Church
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February 1531
English Church forced to pay a subsidy as a monetary fine for their endorsement of Wolsey's papal posts- the whole clergy was charged with praemunire
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How much was the clergy asked to pay February 1531?
£118,000
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In the 1531 Pardon of the Clergy, what did Henry insist he be referred to as?
"sole protector and Supreme Head of the English Church and clergy"
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What line did the conservatives insist was added to the title?
"as far as the law of Christ allows"
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