Why Did Henry VIII Start the Church of England?

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Henry Viii started the Church of England because of a disagreement between himself and the pope. This occurred because the pope refused to give Henry VIII a divorce from Catherine of Aragon. As a result, Henry separated the English Church from the Roman church.
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He started the Church of England in 1536-37. This was during the
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Henry VIII started the church of England so he could get a divorce from catherine of aragon. His first wife so he could marry anne Boleyn.
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The Church of England began as a schism between the Catholic Church and King Henry VIII. Henry, desiring a divorce from his wife Catherine of Aragon so that he could marry Anne Bolyen
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Monastery. Henry was married to Catherine of Aragon for 18 years, but their marriage did not produce a son. Henry asked Pope Clement VII to grant him an annulment so he could remarry
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