A Few Good Men
King Henry VIII wasn't keen on that no-divorce clause. There have been holy wars, inquisitions, and corrupt popes. Today, it's fashionable to refer to oneself as a "recovering Catholic." The ... can I do to make the competitor look bad?'" Hovanec says.
Reign of the house of Tudor and its effects on Ireland (part 1)
Henry VII had ensured his son Henry VIII would be his successor. Henry VIII was born Henry Tudor at GreenwichPalace on 28 June 1491. He was baptised as a Roman Catholic ... and did so in a low-key wedding at the Friars Church in Greenwich on 23 June ...
Reformation: Europe's House Divided, by Diarmaid MacCulloch
No, it satisfied most people, it satisfied consumer demand, and that's what's so fascinating about the Reformation, that really what they did was to destroy a powerful, strong self-confident institution and that's why ... break with Rome, but Henry VIII ...
The Myth of More
His death on the scaffold, a martyr for the Church of Rome and a victim of Henry VIII ... and when in the course of Henry VIII’s break with Rome he came to think that this devastating contradiction of the only means he had found for escaping from ...
Hollywood intrigue like Henry VIII's court: Johansson
Hollywood siren Scarlett Johansson says her new movie about lust and intrigue in the court of England's King Henry VIII reminds her of her ... who seduced Henry and convinced him to break with the Roman Catholic Church to make her queen, pushing England ...