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1

1530

clergy accused, and later fined, for praemunire

increased Protestantism

2

1532

January, Parliament banned the payments of annates (a tax going to the Pope)

March, Cromwell called on to investigate the abuses of the clergy. Supplication of the Ordinaries - meant Henry could revise any Church law

3

1534

March

Act of succession- Mary now illegitimate
and
Act for the Submission of the Clergy - prevents contact with the pope
and
Act of Supremacy- control of doctrine and belief now

4

1536

Feb

Dissolution of Lesser Monasteries- conservative

Act of Ten Articles

5

1539

June

Act for Dissolution of Larger Monasteries
Act of Six Articles

6

1540

Jan

Marries Anne of Cleves

7

G.W Bernard

suggests that Henry had no particular interest in Monasteries so had no reason to spare them

8

1533

Act of Restraint of Appeals - prevents appeals to pope on religious matters. Foreign powers now can't interfere

9

1529

Parliament voice anti-Clerical feelings - later Wolsey was dismissed, as he was an epitome of clerical abuses

10

Anne's influence

provided Henry with anti-Papal texts by Tyndale, Simon Fish and Christopher St. German - these stated that the king should government the church

11

1533

Henry secretly married Anne Boleyn and Henry became the supreme head of the Church in England

12

between 1533-36

a series of Acts of Parliament defined the nature and organisation of the Church in England. These laws systematically stripped away the Pope's control and transferred power in key areas to the King - for example, Act of Supremacy 1534

13

causes for Break with Rome

desire for a male heir, love for Anne, role of Boleyn faction, Henry's own conscience, desire for power and increase in revenue

14

Act of Six Articles

1540 - brought an end to the Protestant changes and reintroduced a strongly catholic interpretation into Church services amongst other changes

15

Fall of Cromwell

1540

seemed to mark a new stage in developments

16

1543

Married Catherine Parr, which gave the protestant movement renewed vigour

17

Edward and Elizabeth

were educated with Protestant scholars like Richard Coxe