|Protestant||A term applied to Christian who belonged to non-Catholic churches.|
|Reformation||A movement for religious reform.|
|Indulgence||A way to remove sin by paying the Catholic church money|
|Martin Luther|| |
A Catholic monk whose writings sparked the Reformation.
|95 Theses||A series of formal statements critical of the Catholic Church.|
|Henry VIII||English King who broke away from Pope in order to divorce his wife Catherine of Aragon.|
|Anglican Church||Also known as the Church of England.|
|John Calvin||A Protestant leader who called for strict rules and a theocratic government.|
|Council of Trent||A series of meetings between Catholic Bishops and Cardinals that set several Catholic doctrines.|
|Jesuits||Religious order devoted to teaching, converting, and defending the Catholic faith.|
|Pope Leo X||Head of Catholic Church. Lived from 1475 to 1521.|
|Charles V||Holy Roman Emperor; also King of Spain in 16th c.|
|Heretic||A person who speaks out against official Church teachings.|
|Ignatius of Loyola||Founder of the Jesuit order.|
|Peace of Ausburg||Agreement that allowed Holy Roman Princes to adopt Protestantism.|
|Serfs||Peasants legally tied to the land of feudal lords.|
|Edict of Worms||Proclamation by Charles V punishing Martin Luther.|
|St. Peters Basilica||Massive Church built by the Holy See.|
|Jesus Christ||Figure considered savior and salvation of Christians.|
|Large Hadron Collider||Particle Accelerator constructed beneath Geneva.|
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