Personal and political allegiances continue to change in Henry’s court. The King grows ever more confident in his role as monarch and more enamored of the young Anne Boleyn. Despite Cardinal Wolsey’s influence and efforts -- and much to the frustration of the King -- the Catholic Church seems unable to make progress in Henry’s petition for a divorce. This adds to the growing discomfort of the increasingly vulnerable Wolsey.
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