Edward’s reign was wracked by religious turmoil including the Kett Rebellion in Norfolk and rebellions in Cornwall. Many people were not happy with the new English church service.
Upon his death, his chosen protestant successor, Lady Jane Grey, was swiftly deposed and executed. In spite of being catholic Mary had little trouble attaining the throne.
The conflict between new religious ideas and Catholicism would continue long after Edward's reign. Elizabeth did a better job of proposing a more reasonable and widely accepted version of Protestantism.
Edward’s reforms by contrast had not been very popular.
Edward VI’s reforms were still extremely controversial, and his short reign did not make much difference to England’s beliefs overall.