5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Council of Trent
- Charles V
- Ignatius of Loyola
- Martin Luther
- Peace of Ausburg
- a A series of meetings between Catholic Bishops and Cardinals that set several Catholic doctrines.
- b Holy Roman Emperor; also King of Spain in 16th c.
- c Agreement that allowed Holy Roman Princes to adopt Protestantism.
A Catholic monk whose writings sparked the Reformation.
- e Founder of the Jesuit order.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Religious order devoted to teaching, converting, and defending the Catholic faith.
- Head of Catholic Church. Lived from 1475 to 1521.
- Peasants legally tied to the land of feudal lords.
- Figure considered savior and salvation of Christians.
- Proclamation by Charles V punishing Martin Luther.
5 True/False Questions
Heretic → Peasants legally tied to the land of feudal lords.
Anglican Church → Also known as the Church of England.
St. Peters Basilica → English King who broke away from Pope in order to divorce his wife Catherine of Aragon.
John Calvin → A Protestant leader who called for strict rules and a theocratic government.
95 Theses → Peasants legally tied to the land of feudal lords.