Do you believe Catherine of Aragon?

5 Answers

    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago
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    You mean when she said that she was still a virgin when she married henry? who knows for certain, she said that arthur and she did not have sex before he died after just 5 months of marriage, arthur was very ill and died, she told a priest too that the marriage was not consumated, and she was very religious.

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    She is historically significant, so what's your point?

  • 4 weeks ago

    Believe what about her?  Something she said?  Uh ... which thing, perhaps, you might add?

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Catherine of Aragon was Henry VIII first wife: they were married for over twenty years. 

    She was a Catholic woman who had a keen interest in education and the study of languages. 

    Catherine bore Henry only a female daughter, Mary I, and all her other pregnancies were miscarriages. 

    Since she had not been able to provide Henry with a male heir, the king annulled their marriage. 

    Their divorce symbolises the start of the Reformation period in England since Henry VIII had to split with the Church of Rome in order to have his wish fulfilled. 


    Catherine of Aragon was the first wife of Henry VIII. She was born at Alcalà (Spain) on December 16, 1485. She was the fifth and last daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. Catherine was strongly attached to her mother Isabel. Catherine’s birth name was Catalina, in honour of her maternal great-grandmother.

    So what is there not to believe.

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    She doesn't have an honest sounding voice.

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