What is a model of the church that focuses on evangelizing?
Who instituted the church?
What does messiah mean?
Who did Jesus give the keys of the kingdom to?
How many days after Jesus' resurrection is Pentecost
During what Jewish holiday did Jesus institute the Eucharist?
What city was the heart of Gentile culture?
Which deacon preached to Samaritans?
Who was the first martyr?
What is an uncircumcised Gentile who believes in God?
Where was the first place the word Christian was used?
How did Saint Paul die?
What does the word deacon mean?
Who was the first Pope?
Where did Saint Paul have his conversion?
road to damascus
When was the temple destroyed?
When was the first gospel written?
Who were the governors who kept Paul under house arrest?
felix and festus
How did Saint Peter die?
crucified upside down
Who is someone that renounces their faith in the face in persecution?
What is the supreme council of the Jews?
What city was Saul/Paul born?
Who helped Paul establish a community in Antioch?
What is it called when church leadership shares in the decision making process under the direction of the Holy Spirit?
Who was the first baptized Gentile?
Who were the original members of the Church?
What happened to Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane?
This means 'separated one'?
Who are the two Church leaders who stood up for the Gentiles at the Council of Jerusalem?
Peter and James
How were early Christians baptized?
What does catholic mean?
Who was beheaded in the 50's?
The word church means?
Who is someone who dies for his/her faith?
Which martyr was killed by being burned to death and said, 'flip me over, I'm done on this side?'
Whose eyes were gouged out before her martyrdom?
Who was tortured by having her teeth pulled out before her martyrdom?
Who was killed by dozens of arrows?
Who was one of the first apologists?
Saint Justin Martyr
What is a 'defender of the faith' known as?
What early church bishop was eaten by lions in the Roman Coliseum?
Saint Ignatius of Antioch
Which emperor was responsible for the bloodiest persecution of Christians?
Who is the saint that was killed by being burned to death, and was said to have smelled like baked bread?
Who is a disloyal person who betrays his faith?
What legalized Christianity in 313 AD?
Edict of Milan
What happened in 325 AD?
Council of Nicaea
Constantine changed the capital from Rome to where?
Which church did Constantine rebuild in Constantinople?
What is a belief contrary to a central belief of the faith?
What heresy said that Jesus was neither human nor divine?
Which council was called in response to Arianism?
Council of Nicaea
What was the result of the Council of Nicaea?
What is the heresy that said sacraments given by apostate priests are invaild?
What new sacrament did the church use to forgive apostates and get rid of Donatism?
What is the heresy that said that you don't need God's grace or Baptism to get to Heaven?
What is the heresy that said that all matter is evil, so Jesus couldn't have been human?
What is the heresy that said that Jesus wasn't human and only divine?
'Grace is necessary for salvation' was the Church's response to what heresy?
What council was called to deal with monophysitism?
Council of Chalcedon
Who was the mentor to Saint Augustine, the former governor who was surprisingly made bishop of Milan?
Who was the saint who eventually converted to Christianity as a result of his mother's, Plato's, and Saint Ambrose's influences?
Who translated the Bible from Greek and Hebrew into Latin?
What did Saint Jerome call his new, translated Bible?
Who was King of the Franks?
What is the term that means Christianity as the dominant organizational and cultural force in society?
Who ruled over the Byzantine Empire from 527 to 565?
Who was Benedict's sister who formed a monastery for women?
What was the official language of the mass during the Dark Ages?
what does Charlemagne mean?
Charles the Great
Who were those that refused to convert to Islam?
Who crowned Charlemagne?
Pope Leo III
Who is the King of the goth tribe who took over the rule of Italy?
Who was taken captive by pirates and lived as a slave in Ireland?
Who founded Kildare?
Who called himself 'king of the franks'?
Pepin the Short
Who set up the Justinian Code?
Who were called the 'sea rovers'?
Who created the Slavic alphabet (Cyrillic)?
Cyril and Methodius
Who was the first hermit?
Antony of Egypt
What are the two types of monasticism?
Hermits and monastic communities
What is the Latin version of the Bible called?
Who was the founder of monastic communities?
What is the title of the person who leads the monastic community?
Where was the hermit life originated?
What is the vestment worn over the shoulders by some monks?
What is the movement of men and women away from the world to pursue holiness?
What did the scapular signify?
Bearing the burden of Christ
What does 'Supreme Pontiff' mean?
Who did the early monastics look to for guidance?
Moses, prophets, and Jesus
What are the three vows of the monastics?
Poverty, chastity, and obedience
Who was Augustine's mentor?
Who refused to give communion to Theodosius until he did weeks of public penance?
What is the series of psalms and prayers organized for use during each liturgical season?
the Divine Office
What is it called when the bread and wine are changed in substance, though not in appearance, into Christ's body and blood at the consecration of the Mass?
Who began attacking 'unworthy' clerics in England around 1375?
What country was most affected by the Inquisition?
Who founded the Dominicans?
Dominic de Guzman
What is another name for the bubonic plague?
the Black Death
What is another word for a Dominican monk?
What led to the collecting of relics in the Late Middle Ages?
devotion to the saints
Who started the Papal Inquisition?
When did Urban II launch the first crusade?
What ended lay investiture?
the Concordat of Worms
What was the purpose of the Crusades?
to control the Holy Land
What year was the Great Schism?
What are Sts. Francis of Assisi and Clare known for?
starting their own orders
Who were Cerularius and Humbert?
representatives of the east and west Churches
What is the pratice by which a high
ranking layperson could appoint bishops or abbots? - lay investiture
What is St. Thomas Aquinas' most famous work?
Which pope moved the papacy back to Rome?
What German emperor disagreed with the pope's decision on lay investiture?
Who fought in the Hundred Years' War?
English and French
Who were the heretics that thought material things were bad?
What happened in 1456?
Guttenberg invented the printing press
Which pope moved the papacy to Avignon?
Who painted the Sistine Chapel?
Whose election ended the Papal Schism?
What is the word for combining Aristotle's logic with Scripture/revelation?
Which French king attempted to arrest the pope?
King Philip IV of France
When did the Papal Inquisition start?
What were the two types of Cathedrals during the Late Middle Ages?
Romanesque and Gothic
How many Crusades were there?
author of 95 Theses
who excommunicated Luther?
Pope Leo X
place that Calvin established his theocracy
first example of swiss reformer
the denomination that John Wesley's followers became
lawyer and memeber of parliament who was appointed Lord Chancellor of England but did not support Henry Viii's marriage to Anne Boleyn
Sir Thomas Moore
He gave Henry Viii the title of 'Defender of the Faith'?
Pope Leo X
founder of the Jesuits
Ignatius of Loyola
Who called Council of Trent
Pope Paul III
When was the Council the Trent
1545 to 1563
founder of the Carmelite Order
Teresa of Avila
native American peasant who encountered Mary outside of Mexico City in 1531
where did Francis Xavier do his missionary work?
India and Asia
how did Jesuits approach missionary work
famous missionary China
how did Christinaity in Japan survive?
missionaries went underground
who was the focus of early Australian missionary work?
British and Irish convicts
what was Francis Xavier known for?
driving force of Gospel in India
Where did Bartolome do his missionary work?
when did the Vatican II begin?
which pope oversaw the Vatican II?
Pope John XXIII
who took over after the death of John XXIII?
Pope Paul VI
how many documents came from V2?
what is 'return to the sources'?
what does adjournamento mean?