Henry VIII, break away from the church in Rome.?

Question by somaspongecake: Henry VIII, break away from the church in Rome.?
Why did he break away from the church in Rome?

Please list 7-10 reasons of why he did.

Thank you

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Answer by Aly
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York – Protestant Cathedral: “Psalm VIII” – Anglican Choir

York Minster Anglican Church is a Gothic Cathedral in York, England and is one of the largest of its kind in Northern Europe alongside Cologne Cathedral. The Minster is the seat of the bishop of York, the second-highest office of the Church of England, and is cathedral for the Diocese of York; it is run by a Dean and Chapter under the Dean of York. The formal title of York Minster is The Cathedral and Metropolitan Church of St Peter in York. The English Reformation led to the first Anglican archbishop, the looting of much of the cathedral’s treasures, and the loss of much of the church lands. Under Elizabeth I there was a concerted effort to remove all traces of the Roman Catholic Church from the cathedral; there was much destruction of tombs, windows, and altars. In the English Civil War the city was besieged and fell to the forces of Cromwell in 1644, but Thomas Fairfax prevented any further damage to the cathedral. Location: York Full Name: Cathedral and Metropolitan Church of St Peter County: North Yorkshire Country: England Denomination: Church of England Province: York Diocese: York Diocese created: 314 Bishop: John Sentamu Dean Very Revd Keith Jones

Missa de Angelis (Kyrie, Gloria and Credo) Mode VIII in Latin and English typeset

The most popular Latin Mass sung in all Traditional Roman Catholic parish churches and sung in all Catholic Churches before the devastating liturgical error and heresy which was the Second Vatican Council. QUO PRIMUM Pope St. Pius V – July 14, 1570 ……..Let all everywhere adopt and observe what has been handed down by the Holy Roman Church, the Mother and Teacher of the other churches, and let Masses not be sung or read according to any other formula than that of this Missal published by Us. This ordinance applies henceforth, now, and forever, throughout all the provinces of the Christian world, to all patriarchs, cathedral churches, collegiate and parish churches, be they secular or religious, both of men and of women – even of military orders – and of churches or chapels without a specific congregation in which conventual Masses are sung aloud in choir or read privately in accord with the rites and customs of the Roman Church. This Missal is to be used by all churches, even by those which in their authorization are made exempt, whether by Apostolic indult, custom, or privilege, or even if by oath or official confirmation of the Holy See, or have their rights and faculties guaranteed to them by any other manner whatsoever. This new rite alone is to be used unless approval of the practice of saying Mass differently was given at the very time of the institution and confirmation of the church by Apostolic See at least 200 years ago, or unless there has prevailed a custom