5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Peace of Westphalia
- Diet of Worms
- St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre
- Advice on the Reform of the Church
- Spiritual Exercises
- a Book that blamed church for problems and called for reforms that would convince the Protestants to return to the the Catholic Church.
- b Treaty which ended the Thirty Years' War, reducing Spain and Austria's influence and continuing the division of the HRE into 3000 autonomous states.
- c Mass slaying of Huguenots (Calvinists) in Paris of 1572. Organized by Catherine de Medici.
- d Written by Ignatius of Loyola. This was a training manual for spiritual development and strengthened people to follow the will of God.
- e Charles V summoned a council of German princes to talk about Luther.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Documents issued to decrease the amount of time in purgatory.
- A special body of enforcing moral discipline that was set up as a court to oversee the moral life and doctrinal purity of the Genevans; had the right to punish people who deviated from the church's teachings and moral principals. (Council of 12 church elders)
- Wife of Henry VII that bore him a daughter, Mary, but not son.
- Document that recognized the Dutch Netherlands' independence from Spain (1648)
- Main port of the Spanish Netherlands that handed 50% of Europe's trade with the outside world.
5 True/False Questions
Paul III → Hapsburg king of Spain who chose Catholic rule incited the revolt in the Spanish Netherlands.
Zwingli → Swiss reformer that causes the 1st break with the CC. His goal was to break away from CC and establish a theocracy in Zurich. His beliefs were similar to Luther's.
Quakers → Official beginning of the Protestant reform. Wrote the 95 Theses, Addresses to the Nobility of the German Nation, and Freedom of a Christian.
Anabaptists → 40 different religion sects in Western Europe. They had a common practice of baptizing as adults. They applied ideas of Protestantism into civil life.
Catherine de Medici → Religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church, begun in response to the Protestant Reformation. It clarified Catholic theology and reformed clerical training and discipline.