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Q: English king 1509 1547 who asserted royal supremacy over the catholic church in England?
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What did the Act of Supremacy do?

It made the English King, not th epope, the offical head of England's church

What does st. george's cross mean?

It was a red cross on a flag given to England by the Pope in the 13th century, just basically symbolizing their freedom and independence. Its basically the flag of England, it could be religious too. English-Catholic I'm guessing.

Which side in the English Civil war was catholic?

The Royalist side, or the Cavaliers, were the predominantly Catholic side.

Who was involved in the Babington plot?

The Babington Plot was a Catholic plot in 1586 to assassinate Queen Elizabeth, a Protestant, and put Mary, Queen of Scots, a Catholic, on the English throne. It led to the execution of Mary. The long-term goal was an invasion by the Spanish forces of King Philip II and the Catholic league in France, leading to the restoration of the Catholic religion in England. The chief conspirator was Sir Anthony Babington (1561-1586), a young Catholic nobleman. The leading Catholics in England were loyal to Elizabeth and rebuffed overtures to support the plot. The actual designers were Don Bernardino de Mendoza in Paris and King Philip II in Madrid.

What were the goals of the American revolution?

The answer to this question is very complex considering the social structure of the American colonies at the time. However, there is sufficient evidence that points out that the original goals of the revolution (or the events preceding it) were not intended to seek independence from England. As the movements towards colony rights and representation failed, these goals began to shift and create liberty ideals that would eventualy lead to the independence of the colonies from their mother country.

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Who was the chancellor of England he was executed for maintaining the Pope's supremacy over the English church?

Thomas More

What did act of supremacy do?

It made the English King, not th epope, the offical head of England's church

What did the Act of Supremacy do?

It made the English King, not th epope, the offical head of England's church

Was the royal wedding Catholic?

No. No English royal has been Catholic since Henry VIII. He began the Church of England when he defied the Pope in his marriage to Ann Boleyn. It is against English law for a King or Queen of England to be Catholic. So, the wedding yesterday was in the Church of England.

Reflect on supremacy of English over other language?

what is your opinion about the supremacy of the English language?

What has the author Josiah Pleydell written?

Josiah Pleydell has written: 'Loyalty and conformity asserted, in two parts' -- subject(s): Church of England, English Sermons, Sermons, Sermons, English

Why after August 8 1588 could Elizabeth I claim English supremacy in world affairs?

She wanted to strengthen England's Protestants allies

What is the English Catholic Religion?

The English Catholic Church is just that, a Catholic Church in union with the pope in Rome. It is no different from any Catholic Church elsewhere in the world except that the language used is English. While the Church of England (Anglican Church) claims to be "Catholic" they are not in union with the pope in Rome so are considered as a Protestant denomination and not Catholic.

Which of the following monarchs formally separated the Church of England from the Catholic Church in 1534 Henry VIII William the Conqueror John you Elizabeth I Henry VIII?

Henry the VIII did NOT separate the Church of England from the Catholic Church, he separated the Catholic Church IN Englandfrom the rest of the Catholic Church and formed the Church OF England. Big difference, before Henry VIII there was no Church OF England, only the Catholic Church IN England. In 1534 he had Parliment issue the Act of Supremacy.from the Website :Sovereign and Pope in English Bidding Prayersbefore and after 1534J. Frank HendersonIn 1534 King Henry VIII decreed that he was not only sovereign -- the ruler -- of the country but also supreme head of the church in England. In other words, he now took the place of the pope, who had no further role to play in England. Henry's claim to supremacy was made both legally and politically, but also liturgically.

What was the English monarch who broke with the Catholic Church and established the Church of England?

It was: Henry the VIII