Mary Queen of Scots was first buried in Peterborough Cathedral with great solemnity by Elizabeth's orders but James I brought the remains to Westminster in 1612. He had erected a magnificent marble tomb for her in the south aisle of the Lady Chapel on which there is a fine white marble effigy under an elaborate canopy.
Henry VIII candelabra - Cardinal Thomas Wolsey was patron to the Florentine scuptor Benedetto da Rovezzano (1474-1552) and commissioned him to make a lavish Renaissance style tomb for him. The project comprised a beautiful black marble sarcophagus and four bronze angels, each measuring around a metre in height, which are now known as Wolsey's Angels.
The Catholic Church then as now,, asit has always ber"oyaltyen does have its "royalty". Wolsey though fancied himself co-Regent. Henry VIII used Wolsey's delusion until he was no longer useful. Besides how could a Catholic Cardinal EVER fit in to the Tudor's Protestant revolution?