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Protestant Reformation in England
England was a very isolated place in Europe during the period of the Protestant Reformation. Although Protestantism was tearing apart the rest of Europe, it took on a different form in England, taking on much of the doctrines and practices of the Catholic Church. Because of his actions, Henry VIII laid the foundations of Protestantism in England which under the rule of Edward and Elizabeth would transform England from a Catholic to a Protestant nation.
Henry's personal affairs seem to have jump started the reformation in England. Henry's marriage to Catherine of Aragon became an increa…
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