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King Henry (VIII) wanted to divorce his first wife, Catherine of Aragon.

He applied to the Pope in Rome. The Pope would not annul ther marriage. Basically, Henry said that no one outside England was going to tell him what to do in England, because he was King.

So he broke away from the Roman Catholic Church (the Pope), and reformed the Roman Catholic Church that was in England, into the modern Anglican Communion. It is known as the 'Reformation'.

NB When you see pictures of King Henry, and knowing his actions from history , he comes accross as a very Autocratic person.

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Broke England's ties with the Catholic church.

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