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6. Henry rid himself of his father's old ministers, Empson and Dudley, on false charges of treason.
7. In his final years, Henry the SEVENTH became increasingly popular and more loved, so the people were disappointed when he died and was replaced by his young and inexperienced son.
8. The major religion of England was...
9. The pre-Reformation Church in England was in need of reform because ordinary priests were poorly paid and ill-educated while important bishops often abused their positions to gather great wealth.
10. The ordinary people of England were very upset about the abuse of the Church.
11. There were priests in England who were doing their job well.
12. Which of these are highlighted as key reasons for Wolsey remaining in power so long?
- His wealth, relationship with the king, and ruthlessness.
- His success in the divorce crisis, relationship with the king, and ruthlessness.
- His success in the divorce crisis, his wealth, and ruthlessness
13. Which of these are reasons why he fell from power?
- The increasing unpopularity of HVIIIs government and his failure to solve the Great Matter
- His failure to resolve the Great Matter, his absence from government.
- His failure to resolve the Great Matter, his lack of reform of the church.
- His failure to reform the church, and his failure to resolve the great matter.
14. What was the Treaty of London?
- A treaty organised by Wolsey which bound the twenty foremost states in Europe in a pact of peace.
- A treaty organised by Cromwell which made peace with France.
- A treaty organised by Wolsey that bound the twenty foremost states in a pact of peace.
- A treaty organised by Wolsey which made peace with France.
15. What is a disadvantage of the break with rome?
- It left England vulnerable to Catholic invasion.
- It meant Henry could not resolve the Great Matter
16. What was a problem of Henry's determination to pursue the Levitical Argument?
- It challenged papal authority.
- It was based on old scriptures.
- It meant he would have to marry Anne Boleyn.
17. Why did Henry want to end his marriage to Catherine?
- Love for Anne Boleyn, Wolsey's influence, wanted to make a break with Rome.
- Love for Anne boleyn, a need to get a male heir, belief that his marriage to Catherine was against the law of God.
- Love for Anne Boleyn, Wolsey's influence, a need to get an heir to the throne.
- Love for Catherine Howard, A need to have a male heir, belief that his marriage to Catherine was against the Law of God.
18. What route did Wolsey suggest they use in obtaining an annulment?
- The Levitical argument.
- Find a legal problem in the original dispensation.
- Sending Catherine of Aragon to a nunnery.
19. What was the Submission of the Clergy?
- When the clergy had to accept Henry as head of the Church.
- When the clergy had to accept Henry's marriage to Anne Boleyn.
20. Why was Thomas Cranmer elevated to Archbishop of Canterbury?
- He was willing to marry the King to Anne Boleyn.
- He solved the Great Matter.
- He pushed the Henrican Reformation in a more radical direction.