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Warm -up. Copy HW Please start page 18 of your notes by defining the term Reformation . Essential Questions. How can religion impact social and political institutions? What happens when societies are confronted with change? How can societies use what they learn from the past?.

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Warm up
Warm -up

  • Copy HW

  • Please start page 18 of your notes by defining the term Reformation


Essential questions
Essential Questions

  • How can religion impact social and political institutions?

  • What happens when societies are confronted with change?

  • How can societies use what they learn from the past?


The english reformation
The English Reformation

King Henry VIII

England’s most famous king

Ruled from 1509-1547

Stubborn impatient and cruel

Married 6 queens

  • Catherine of Aragon-annulled

  • Anne Boleyn-killed

  • Jane Seymour-died

  • Anne of Cleves-annulled

  • Catherine Howard-killed

  • Catherine Parr-out lived Henry

    His wife Catherine didn’t have a son so he asked the Pope toannul, or cancel his marriage


What happened
What happened???

  • The Pope said no!

  • He got The Archbishop of Canterbury to grant the annulment

  • Henry VIII was excommunicated

  • He declared himself head of the Church of England or the Anglican Church

  • Only supported English nobles that supported his cause!


Bloody mary i
Bloody Mary I

  • Queen of England 1553-1558

  • Supported the Catholics

    Arrested many Protestants and burn ~300 people at the stake


Queen elizabeth i
Queen Elizabeth I

  • Protestant Queen of England

  • Restored the Anglican Church


Counter reformation

Counter Reformation

1500 and 1600s

The Catholic Church tried to convince people to return to the church

Jesuits-taught, preached and fought heresy

The Catholics knew they had to make some changes


Council of trent
Council of Trent

  • Clarified Catholic beliefs

  • Rules for the behavior of the clergy

  • New seminaries were established

  • Seminary-school to train priests


Religious wars in france led to the edict of nantes
Religious Wars in FranceLed to the Edict of Nantes

  • 1598

    Catholicism was France’s official religion

  • But…Huguenots (French Protestants)- could worship freely


The counter reformation in spain
The Counter-Reformation in Spain

  • King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella ordered all Jews and Muslims out of Spain

  • They also started the Spanish Inquisition– a court to investigate cases of heresy (very cruel)


Closure
Closure

  • Please write a script of a dinner conversation between the Pope, Martin Luther, Henry VIII and Queen Isabella.

  • What would they agree and disagree about?

  • Would it be a positive or negative dinning experience?

  • Be specific!


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