Divorcing in the 16th Century

His majesty King Henry Tudor of England, VIII of his name, slammed the papers against the table and said, “We have a problem. I’ve been told by his holiness, the Pope," he said mockingly, "that I, in fact, cannot divorce my pious wife, Catherine, who, according to him, has done no wrong. Obviously, he would … Continue reading Divorcing in the 16th Century