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
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.