What Changes Did Henry VIII Make in England?

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King Henry VIII inspired the emergence of the protestant church in England in opposition to the Catholic Church. This arose due to his need for a divorce that the Catholic Church did not allow, but of which the Protestant church would.
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King Henry VIII changed England because he made his own religion up. He replaced the Christian religion with his own religion called Protestant. Everyone in England had to change
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Hello Katie. The main reason is that he wanted a divorce from Katherine of Aragon, but under the Catholic Church only the Pope could grant a divorce, and he wouldn't in Henry's case
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