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The Reformation Chapter 14 AGS. Packet work. Map work. Anglican Catholic and Lutheran Ireland, Scotland, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy (The Catholic religion was still practiced throughout much of Western Europe, from the Holy Roman Empire [HRE] to Portugal In France and south of the HRE

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map work
Map work
  • Anglican
  • Catholic and Lutheran
  • Ireland, Scotland, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy (The Catholic religion was still practiced throughout much of Western Europe, from the Holy Roman Empire [HRE] to Portugal
  • In France and south of the HRE
  • Catholicism
section 1 review
Section 1 Review
  • False; France
  • True
  • False; England
  • True
  • True
section 2 review
Section 2 Review
  • B ;Germany
  • A; salvation
  • C; faith
  • D; indulgences
  • B; 95
section 3 review
Section 3 Review
  • No longer a member of the Catholic Church
  • His belief (salvation through faith alone) was wrong, according to the Church’s teachings. (heresy)
  • The Bible
  • Catholic priests can not marry and Lutheran ministers can.
  • Because they protested the ways of the Catholic Church.
section 4 review
Section 4 Review
  • Henry VIII
  • Anglican
  • Edward VI
  • Elizabeth I
  • Puritans
section 5 review
Section 5 Review
  • True
  • False; Geneva
  • True
  • True
  • False; St. Bartholomew’s Day
section 6 review
Section 6 Review
  • Fight against Protestant beliefs, and reform itself.
  • Roman Inquisition (created by Pope Paul III)
  • Council of Trent
  • Jesuits (Society of Jesus)
  • Help Catholics stay in the Church and help Protestants return to it.
chapter 14 review
Chapter 14 Review
  • Wycliffe
  • Huss
  • Pope Leo X
  • Luther
  • Henry VIII
  • Mary
  • Elizabeth I
  • Calvin
  • Pope Paul III
  • Ignatius of Loyola
chapter 14 review cont
Chapter 14 Review Cont.
  • D; heretic
  • A; Jesuit
  • C; Huguenots
  • B; Puritans
  • A; indulgences
comprehension
Comprehension
  • The immediate cause of the Reformation was the pope’s selling of indulgences to raise money to build St. Peter’s Church. However, the great religious and political power that the Catholic Church had by the 16th century was also part of what people were reacting against.
  • Calvin wrote down an organized set of beliefs in a book. Both Luther and Henry VIII kept some Roman Catholic ideas and were not as organized as Calvin
comprehension1
Comprehension

3. The Catholic Church tried to reform itself by educating its clergy better. It also began to censor books so that Catholics did not get to read Protestant ideas. It set up a court to try heretics. Finally, it called the Council of Trent to set down its religious beliefs.

critical thinking
Critical Thinking
  • Without the printing press, the ideas of Luther and Calvin would not have spread so quickly.
  • Luther stressed the Bible and faith. Calvin stressed sin and being among the elect. Ignatius of Loyola stressed good works and self-discipline.