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  1. The Reformation

  2. reign 1509-1547 CE _____________- This King of England wanted the Pope to grant him a divorce from his wife. When the Pope refused the king decided to divorce the church. He would end up having six wives, two of which he would have executed.

  3. Henry VIII

  4. __________-A pardon releasing a person from punishments due for a sin

  5. indulgence

  6. 1517 CE ___________- He posted a written protest against the Catholic Churches “Pardon-Merchants” on the door (95 Thesis) of a castle church in Wittenburg, a German state in Saxony.

  7. Martin Luther

  8. A 16th century movement for religious reform, leading to the founding of Christian churches that rejected the pope’s authority.

  9. Reformation

  10. _________________ - A member of the Christian Church founded on the principles of the Reformation

  11. Protestant

  12. 1530s-1560s Famous for preaching on predestination, he led Geneva, Switzerland into becoming a theocracy. Those who wished to remain in the city had to follow all religious rules on moral conduct.

  13. John Calvin

  14. H_______________Protestants in France were inspired by the writings of John Calvin

  15. Huegenots

  16. 1555 CE ________________- A 1555 agreement declaring that the religion of each German state would be decided by its ruler.

  17. Peace of Augsburg

  18. 1545 Pope Paul III called a meeting of church leaders. They met in 1545, and passed these doctrines: • the Catholic Church's interpretation of the Bible was final • Christians needed good works as well as faith to win salvation • the Bible and the Catholic Church had equal authority in setting out Christian beliefs • indulgences were valid expressions of faith

  19. Council of Trent

  20. 1545 In answer to the growth of the Protestant movement, the Catholic Church instituted its own series of reforms that balanced real reform with a strident and conservative reaction to Protestantism. This movement was called the _____________________

  21. Catholic Reformation

  22. Beginning in the 12 century, it was charged with finding, trying, and punishing people who broke the rules of the Church.

  23. inquisition

  24. reign 1558-1603 CE ______________-She became queen in 1558. She would solidly establish the Church of England (Anglican Church). She would successfully defeat the Spanish. She persecuted Puritan Separatists. She would be known as the “Virgin Queen”.

  25. Elizabeth

  26. A pardon releasing a person from punishments due for a sin • Kulak • Indulgence • Intendant • Concordat

  27. He posted a written protest (95 Thesis) against the Catholic Church on the door of a castle church in Wittenburg, a German state in Saxony. • John Wycliffe • John Huss • Martin Luther • Johan Tetzel

  28. A 16th century movement for religious reform, leading to the founding of Christian churches that rejected the pope’s authority. • Restoration • Reformation • Mercantilism • Enlightenment

  29. A member of the Christian Church founded on the principles of the Reformation • Protestant • Catholic • Philosophe • Orthodox

  30. A 1555 agreement declaring that the religion of each German state would be decided by its ruler. • Peace of Augsburg • Magna Carta • Tennis Court Oath • Treaty of Tordesillas

  31. This King of England wanted the Pope to grant him a divorce from his wife. When the Pope refused the king decided to divorce the church. He would end up having six wives, two of which he would have executed. • Edward VI • Charles V • Henry VIII • Phillip II

  32. When she became queen, she tried to reestablish Catholicism to England. She had about 300 Protestants killed, which would earn her the nickname Bloody _______ • Mary I • Elizabeth I • Lady Jane Grey • Mary Stuart

  33. She became queen in 1558. She would solidly establish the Church of England (Anglican Church). She would successfully defeat the Spanish. She persecuted Puritan Separatists. She would be known as the “Virgin Queen”. • Mary I • Elizabeth I • Lady Jane Grey • Mary Stuart

  34. Protestants in France were inspired by the writings of John Calvin • Anabaptists • Presbyterian • Catholics • Huguenots

  35. In answer to the growth of the Protestant movement, the Catholic Church instituted its own series of reforms that balanced real reform with a strident and conservative reaction to Protestantism. This movement was called the Catholic Counter Reformation The Inquisition Protestant Reformation Anti-Lutheran Movement

  36. As part of the Catholic Counter Reformation, this monastic order had the mission of teaching, service to the nobility, and missionary work in foreign lands. Jesuits Huguenots Calvinists Protestants

  37. It was charged with finding, trying, and punishing people who broke the rules of the Church. Inquisition Catholic Reformation Jesuits Protestants