Defender of the Faith

Including Act of Supremecy

Who is it?

Actually, it isn't a who, it is a title for the English that was later given to the British by Pope Leo X to King Henry VIII. It was given to them because they

Why is to significant?

It is significant because it was a name for Christian for Christianity today.

What was the Act of Supremacy?

The Act of Supremacy was legislation in 1534 that granted King Henry VIII of England Royal Supremacy.

Why was it significant?

The Act of Supremacy was significant because it meant that King Henry VIII was declared supreme head of the Church of England.