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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by _________’s ______ _____. This invention led to a growth in ______ and also the Bible being printed in ______, ______, and ______. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: ________ and _________. New churches and movements had spread: In England, ________, in Germany, _________, and in Switzerland and France, ________. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s _____ _____. This invention led to a growth in ______ and also the Bible being printed in ______, ______, and ______. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: ________ and _________. New churches and movements had spread: In England, ________, in Germany, _________, and in Switzerland and France, ________. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in ______ and also the Bible being printed in ______, ______, and ______. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: ________ and _________. New churches and movements had spread: In England, ________, in Germany, _________, and in Switzerland and France, ________. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in ______, ______, and ______. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: ________ and _________. New churches and movements had spread: In England, ________, in Germany, _________, and in Switzerland and France, ________. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: ________ and _________. New churches and movements had spread: In England, ________, in Germany, _________, and in Switzerland and France, ________. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: Protestant and Catholic. New churches and movements had spread: In England, ________, in Germany, _________, and in Switzerland and France, ________. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: Protestant and Catholic. New churches and movements had spread: In England, Anglicanism, in Germany, _________, and in Switzerland and France, ________. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: Protestant and Catholic. New churches and movements had spread: In England, Anglicanism, in Germany, Lutheranism, and in Switzerland and France, ________. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: Protestant and Catholic. New churches and movements had spread: In England, Anglicanism, in Germany, Lutheranism, and in Switzerland and France, Calvinism. Although there was much ___ and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: Protestant and Catholic. New churches and movements had spread: In England, Anglicanism, in Germany, Lutheranism, and in Switzerland and France, Calvinism. Although there was much war and hatred, the ___ of ____ in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: Protestant and Catholic. New churches and movements had spread: In England, Anglicanism, in Germany, Lutheranism, and in Switzerland and France, Calvinism. Although there was much war and hatred, the Edict of Nantes in France was the first example of _______ tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: Protestant and Catholic. New churches and movements had spread: In England, Anglicanism, in Germany, Lutheranism, and in Switzerland and France, Calvinism. Although there was much war and hatred, the Edict of Nantes in France was the first example of religious tolerance. __________ seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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During the 1500’s, the Reformation was quickly spread by Gutenberg’s printing press. This invention led to a growth in literacy and also the Bible being printed in English, German, and French. By c.1560, the Reformation had created a permanent split in Christianity: Protestant and Catholic. New churches and movements had spread: In England, Anglicanism, in Germany, Lutheranism, and in Switzerland and France, Calvinism. Although there was much war and hatred, the Edict of Nantes in France was the first example of religious tolerance. Protestantism seemed like it was going to spread throughout Europe.

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At this point, the _______ Church decided to start a series of ______ to reassert its _______. This became known as the Catholic ________ _________. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its _____!” The __ stands for the _____ __ _____, also known as the _____. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of ______ to reassert its _______. This became known as the Catholic ________ _________. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its _____!” The __ stands for the _____ __ _____, also known as the _____. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ______________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its _______. This became known as the Catholic ________ _________. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its _____!” The __ stands for the _____ __ _____, also known as the _____. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic ________ _________. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its _____!” The __ stands for the _____ __ _____, also known as the _____. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its _____!” The __ stands for the _____ __ _____, also known as the _____. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The __ stands for the _____ __ _____, also known as the _____. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the _____ __ _____, also known as the _____. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the _____. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The _____ were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (_____) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic ______ (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The __ stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The I. stands for the _______. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The I. stands for the Inquisition. The _______ was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The I. stands for the Inquisition. The Inquisition was a court set up to _______ Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The I. stands for the Inquisition. The Inquisition was a court set up to reinforce Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading ________ beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The I. stands for the Inquisition. The Inquisition was a court set up to reinforce Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading Protestant beliefs. The __ stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The I. stands for the Inquisition. The Inquisition was a court set up to reinforce Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading Protestant beliefs. The N. stands for “No more _________!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The I. stands for the Inquisition. The Inquisition was a court set up to reinforce Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading Protestant beliefs. The N. stands for “No more indulgences!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of ___________.

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At this point, the Catholic Church decided to start a series of reforms to reassert its authority. This became known as the Catholic Counter Reformation. A mnemonic to remember what the Catholic Church did is: “The Catholic Church reformed its S.I.N.!” The S. stands for the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits were founded to proselytize (spread) Catholic doctrine (belief). The I. stands for the Inquisition. The Inquisition was a court set up to reinforce Catholic doctrine by punishing those spreading Protestant beliefs. The N. stands for “No more indulgences!” This practice was ended. These reforms helped the Catholic Church halt the spread of Protestantism.

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