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In England, Henry VIII opposed the Roman Catholic Church and the Pope's supremacy, and founded the Church of England (also known as Anglican Church).
However, starting from the XVI century, the so-called Puritans started their religious activism and assembling, under the belief that the Church of England should banish all remnants of Catholic doctrine and religious practices.
First of all, they opposed the King's religious supremacy, which had only replaced Pope's supremacy. According to them, only Christ had such power and dignity as to rule over the church.
Second, they wanted to get rid of all church rituals and decorations, some of which had survived.
The first thing a reader should do is to look over the story they will be summmerizing and once they start writing to only give the important parts of the story instead of just giving out the whole story its kind of like reading a book and only taking the importent parts of it to make a movie of it hope this answer helps pls give brainlyest