Why did henry viii seek a separation from the catholic church?
henry viii separated from the catholic church because:
a. he wanted to reform the catholic church
b. the catholic church refused to grant him a divorce from catherine of aragon, who failed to produce a male heir
c. he was a protestant and rejected the teachings of the catholic church
d. he was advised by his prime minister that separation from the catholic church would increase his power
in addition, he wanted to:
a. control and eradicate the corruption of the church authorities
b. monitor the activities of the catholic clergy whom he suspected of being disloyal to the crown
c. bring church property in britain under his control
d. legitimize his illegitimate son when the church refused to do so
The correct answer is B and C.
Henry VIII separated from the Catholic Church because:
B. the Catholic church refused to grant him a divorce from Catherine of Aragon, who failed to produce a male heir.
Eventually, this led to the establishment of the Church of England.
In addition he also wanted to:
C. Bring church property in Britain under his control
The Church at the time was one of the richest entities in United Kingdom and the King had an eye on it.
So, B and maybe C
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B, Monks Traveled through Europe to teach Germanic tribes about Christianity.
The Christianity that was spread across Europe during the middle ages was based on the scriptures that recounted the life of the Christ and his disciples. The Monks are representative of the disciples after Jesus told them to spread the word of Christ.
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C, is your final answer! :)
i would say its A: The inquisition was created to punish, torture and discredit any who opposed the teachings of the Catholic Church.
The Catholic Church has taught that the sacraments were given to the church as a way for God, through the Church, to convey his grace and power to those who took part in the sacraments ... and that this grace and power from God then enables those who receive the sacraments to do works pleasing to God.
The Catechism of the Council of Trent, published in 1566, described the seven sacraments of the Church as "the sacraments of the New Law instituted by Jesus Christ." The catechism also affirmed that these actions "conferred grace through the act performed."
Under current definition by the United States Council of Catholic Bishops, "through the Sacraments, God shares his holiness with us so that we, in turn, can make the world holier."
The seven sacraments of the Catholic Church are:BaptismEucharist (the Mass)Reconciliation (formerly called Penance)ConfirmationAnointing of the Sick (formerly referred to as Last Rites or Extreme Unction)MarriageOrdination
Note that an individual can participate in six, not seven, of the sacraments, because those ordained into clergy roles are expected to remain celibate and unmarried.
The correct answer to the question asked is Doctrine
sir thomas more, venerated in the catholic church as saint thomas more, was an english lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted renaissance humanist. he was also a councillor to henry viii, and lord high chancellor of england from october 1529 to 16 may 1532.
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