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- Michael Servetus
- Six Articles
- St. Thomas Aquinas
- Catherine de Medicis
- Cardinal Thomas Wolsey
- a queen of France as the wife of Henry II and regent during the minority of her son Charles IX (1519-1589)
- b a Spaniard who was among the chief thinkers for the Anti-Trinitarians. He was executed in 1553 in Geneva for "blasphemies against the Holy Trinity." This thinker was among the strongest opponents of Calvinism, especially its belief in original sin and predestination and has a deserved reputation of defending religious tolerance.
- c made famous attempt to reconcile Aristotle with the doctrines of Christianity; best know for Summa Theologica
- d the English Archbishop, he worked on behalf of Henry VIII to get papal approval for his annulment to Catherine of Aragon, but failed to get any more than a hearing in Rome.
- e the seven sacraments were upheld, Catholic theology was maintained against the tenets of both Lutheranism and Calvinism, and the authority of the monarch replaced the authority of the Pope.
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- the issue that initiated the Protestant Reformation--paying a fee to the Church so that a person could escape purgatory and go to heaven (began in the Crusades) used to raise money for the Church
- formed by the Guise; dominated the eastern half othe country for several years; 1584, allied with Spain's Philip II to attack hersey in France and deny the Bourbon Henry's legal right to inherit the throne
- Daughter of Catherine and Henry VIII, tried to return England to Catholicism, killed many protestant heretics, married Philip II of Spain.
- prince of Orange; leader of Dutch and helps them try to break away from Philip II's Catholic rule
- late 15th early 16th century, he was a priest in Latin American and he realized that he was one of the oppressors of the indigenous people and spent the rest of his life trying to end slavery and he believed people had rights whether they were Christian or not because they were human. He passed anti-slavery laws but they were not enforced.
5 True/False Questions
French Wars of Religion → For 30 years battles between the Catholics and the Huguenots raged in France. It wasn't until 1598 when the king issued the Edict of Nantes that the wars ended.
Elizabeth I → ruled from 1558-1603; followed a policy that was a middle course between Catholic and Protestant extremes. She sets up a national Church, is declared head of the Anglican Church, establishes a state Church that moderates Catholics and Protestants, allowed priests to marry, allowed sermons to be delivered in English, and made the Book of Common Prayer more acceptable to Catholics.
Ignatius of Loyola → French family who worked to control Francis II. Family members were members of government and religion such as Duke and Cardinals. The family was known for being militants
Anglican Reformation → When England broke away from the Roman Catholic Church and formed the Church of England. Also King Henry invented just so he could divorce his wife
Anglican Church → Form of Protestantism set up in England after 1534; established by Henry VIII with himself as head, at least in part to obtain a divorce from his first wife; became increasingly Protestant following Henry's death