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Chapter 17 Section 4 Questions. The _________ were known as the pope’s agents in Europe. Name the war that is considered the worst religious war of the Reformation Era. __________ This woman ruled France until her son Charles was old enough to rule. _____________

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chapter 17 section 4 questions
Chapter 17 Section 4 Questions
  • The _________ were known as the pope’s agents in Europe.
  • Name the war that is considered the worst religious war of the Reformation Era. __________
  • This woman ruled France until her son Charles was old enough to rule. _____________
  • __________ of England married six queens, imprisoned and beheaded people, but is responsible for creating the Anglican Church.
  • The reformers of the Anglican Church came to be called the _____________.
counter reformation
Counter-Reformation
  • Although the Catholic Church warred against Protestantism, it knew it needed to reform some practices. Pope Paul III called a church council at Trent, near Rome, to reform the church.
  • Catholic Clergy were instructed to better teach people in faith. The church created seminaries, or special schools, to train priests.
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Counter-Reformation
  • The priests belonging to the Society of Jesus, known as the Jesuits, were the Pope’s agents in Europe. Ignatius of Loyola founded the Jesuits.
  • The lower classes in France were mostly Catholic. Many French nobles were Protestant. French Protestants were known as Huguenots. The Bourbons, who were Protestants, were the 2nd most powerful family in France. They wanted to weaken the King. Henry II wanted to build a strong government.
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Counter-Reformation
  • The son of Henry II, Charles became king in 1560. Because Charles was still a boy when he became king, his mother, Catherine de’ Medici ran the government for him. Catherine was part of the powerful Medici family from Italy. She opposed Huguenots.
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Chapter 17 Section 4

Use this diagram to show the results of the Catholic Church’s attempts at reform.

Council of Trent

Jesuits Formed

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Chapter 17 Section 4

Use this diagram to show the results of the Catholic Church’s attempts at reform.

Council of Trent

Jesuits Formed

Made Catholic beliefs clear.

Set strict rules for behavior of Bishops and Priests.

Set up seminaries to train and educate Bishops and Priests.

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Chapter 17 Section 4

Use this diagram to show the results of the Catholic Church’s attempts at reform.

Council of Trent

Jesuits Formed

Made Catholic beliefs clear.

Set strict rules for behavior of Bishops and Priests.

Set up seminaries to train and educate Bishops and Priests.

Fought heresy (religious belief that contradicts what the Church says is true).

Taught

Preached