Henry Viii- Act of Supremacy (Rough Draft)
Holly VIII is actually Act of Supremacy (1534)
Albeit the king's Majesty justly and rightfully is usually and medicine supreme head of the Chapel of England, and so can be recognized by the clergy of the realm in their convocations, however nevertheless, pertaining to corroboration and confirmation thereof, and for increase of advantage in Christ's religion within this realm of England, and repress and extirpate every errors, heresies, and other enormities and violations heretofore found in the same, be it enacted, simply by authority on this present Parliament, that the ruler, our sovereign lord, his heirs and successors, kings of this dominion, shall be considered, accepted, and reputed the sole supreme head in earth of the Cathedral of Britain, called Anglicans Ecclesia; and shall possess and enjoy, annexed and united to the imperial crown of the realm, as well the title and elegance thereof, while all recognizes, dignities, preeminences, jurisdictions, privileges, authorities, immunities, profits, and commodities for the said pride of the great head of the identical Church that belong and appertaining; and that the said sovereign lord, his heirs and successors, kings of this world, shall include full electricity and power from time to time to see, repress, redress, record, order, correct, inhibit, and amend all this sort of errors, heresies, abuses, crimes, contempts and enormities, at all they always be, which by simply any method of spiritual authority or jurisdiction ought or may legitimately be reformed, repressed, bought, redressed, fixed, restrained, or perhaps amended, many to the pleasure of Immutable God, the rise of advantage in Christ's religion, and then for the conservation of the tranquility, unity, and tranquility of this realm; any kind of usage, foreign land, foreign authority, health professional prescribed, or any different thing or perhaps things to the contrary hereof notwithstanding.
|[pic]| | |В | | | |English History | | | | | | | | |The Act of Supremacy | | |The name " Act of Supremacy" is given to two individual acts of the English Legislative house, one exceeded in 1534 and the additional in| | |1559. Both equally acts got the same purpose; to firmly establish the English monarch as the state head in the Church of | | |England, supplanting the power of the Catholic pere in Rome. | | |1534 Act of Superiority | | |Henry's actions in assuming for him self the layer of ecclesiastical authority were tinged with self-interest. He previously | | |sought in vain for papal acceptance for his divorce coming from Katherine of Aragon, so when it became very clear that acceptance would| | |not end up being forthcoming, Holly took things into his own hands. | | |The Work of Supremacy must be viewed as part of a broader policy, though, 1 aimed at raising the power of the English | | |monarch and decreasing the effect of Rome. To give him his thanks, Henry was probably honest in his belief that the | | |Church of Great britain was riddled with poor administration and had extended since shed the right to work as an independent physique. | | |(See the article around the Dissolution of the Monasteries)....