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What was King Henry VIII’s outward motivation for breaking away from the Roman Catholic Church and instituting the Church of England?

a,King Henry VIII disapproved of the outcomes of the Council of Trent and decided to form the Church of England.
b.King Henry VIII disapproved of the overt opulence (wealth and lavishness) of the Vatican and subsequently decided to form the Church of England.
c.King Henry VIII disapproved of the selling of indulgences, the Catholic Church refused to change, and so he formed the Church of England.
d.King Henry VIII wanted a marriage annulment, which the pope denied, and subsequently decided to form the Church of England.

I believe it is c

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  1. C is incorrect.

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  2. thanks that helped alot ;)

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  3. so what is the answer?

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  4. ëeeeeeèeeeeee

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  5. I think it's D. anyone from Primavera world history class?

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  6. me^^

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  7. me too :D ^^^

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  8. literally me any one wanna work together haha

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