As you may have read in my introductory thread, I'm leaning toward the idea of becoming Anglican, but being a bit of a late Plantagenet/Tudor nerd, something pops into my mind that I'm a bit uncomfortable with. Even though I realize the church has changed a great deal through the centuries, I still hearken back to the idea that Henry VIII created this denomination because the Pope wouldn't let him have his way. I feel, therefore, that willingly becoming Anglican (as opposed to be born into the faith) may essentially be condoning the late king's actions in setting aside Catalina de Aragon, even though she was faultless. (If you ignore Salic primogeniture and the whole "was she a virgin" issue, that is.) How do all of you stand on the issue?