Reformation Ideas Spread. Chapter 1 Section 4. Histeria Video- The Tudor Tale. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6GsFipeldo&p=8E4537E4AA132D7A&index=12&feature=BF. Kickin It Old School . Early Reformers from WITHIN the Church.
Chapter 1 Section 4
Early Reformers from WITHIN the Church
Preached during the 1400’s
Wycliffe was 1300’s
Luther was 1517
Told the church to melt down their gold and silver ornaments to buy bread for the hungry.
Created the bonfires of the vanities
Founded by St. Ignatius Loyola
Ran the Jesuits like a military organizations
Jesuits concentrated on education and established missions, schools and universities
Helped the Catholic Church regain ground against Protestantism
Sounds super corny but the best weapon anyone can have is knowledge and an education
Reforms were passed to address the abuses of the clergy
Training of priests were regulated
Financial Abuses were curbed
The sale of indulgences were abolished
Above All !!!!!!!!!!
The Council of Trent rejected the Protestants’ emphasis on self-discipline and individual faith
Francis of Sales
Converted almost the entire district of Savoy from Calvinism back to Catholicism
During the Middle Ages women lived in secluded
convents and it was acceptable for nuns to help the
poor orphaned or sick.
Certain female members of the Catholic Church began to change lives, promoting the education of woman
In 1535 Italian Nun Angela Merici began the Company of Saint Ursula, an order of women dedicated to teaching girls.
Jane of Chantal cofounded the Visitation of Holy Mary order, which trained women to be teachers.
Catholics killed Protestants and Protestants killed Catholics.
Between 1450 and 1750, tens of thousands of people, mostly women, died as victims of witch hunts.
In some places, Jews were forced to live in ghettos (separate quarters of the city).
In other places, they were expelled from Christian lands and their books and synagogues were burned.
Luther calls for Jews to be expelled from Christian lands
To fight the Reformation the church created the Roman Inquisition in 1542 that tried people who were accused of being Protestants or practicing witchcraft, or of breaking church law.
Accounts of torture and executions damaged the church’s image
Seen as an abuse of the church's power