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i need to know what did pope gregory vii and henry iv disagree about?
Question asked by: 125987

Asked on: 29 Jan 2009

Well, Henry VIII wanted to get divorced so that he could take another wife as he got bored of his wives rather quickly.

However the Catholic Church did not and does not recognise divorce as a legitimate act and therefore the Pope did not want Henry VIII to get divorced.

Therefore he decided to found his own Church, called the Church of England, and therefore started the Anglican/Protestant movement, had lots of wives, chopped off most of their heads, and got what he wanted.

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Replied at: 09 Feb 2009
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