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Flu (or smallpox)
Millions of Native Amercians were killed by what disease
Year when Juan Diego saw the Blessed Virgin Mary, who told him to build a shrine at the place where he saw her.
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Mexico (after Juan Diego saw her)
Name of mexican fiber garment (in which Juan Diego held the roses of the Virgin Mary)
year when Juan Diego was canonized by JPII
University of Paris
Where St. Francis Xavier met St. Ignatius of Loyola (a school)
A Portuguese town in India which had many churches and a bishop, but lacked missionary activity
The name of a man discovered by Francis Xavier. He had committed murder, but became Christian and was Xavier's translator in Japan
The Christian name for Anjiro
A Jesuit who figured out how to more effectively preach Christianity to the people of China
St. Pius V
Pope who published a standardized missal for the Church after the Council of Trent
Established language for Catholic Mass after the Council of Trent
Eastern Rite Catholic Church
Only Church that didn't use Latin as the language for mass after Council of Trent
Booklet which contained the everyday prayers said by monks, nuns, and priests
The name of the Church in France
ending date of the Great Western Schism
Catherine de Medici
Ruler of France who attempted to suppress the Protestants in France, causing great civil war.
The son of Catherine de Medici
The Guises and the dukes of Lorraine
devout Catholics in France during the reign of Catherine de Medici
Navarre and La Rochelle
Kingdom (and city) which was heavily influenced by Protestant leaders during the reign of Catherine de Medici
Henry of Navarre
Protestant leader to whom Catherine de Medici married her daughter to attain some peace
St. Bartholomew's Day
Day during Catherine de Medici's reign when around 2,000 Protestants were killed
Year when Henry Navarre was crowned king of France after converting to Catholicism ("Paris is well worth a mass")
Place where an agreement was signed allowing Huguenots to continue their worship in some areas
a city on the English channel which attempted to revolt from France with help from England
year when the revolt at La Rochelle was suppressed.
Power Hungry French Cardinal who refused to revoke the religious toleration of Protestants established by the Edict of Nantes.
Years during which Cardinal Richelieu was the chief adviser to French Monarchs
years of the 30 Years war in France
Gustavus of Sweden
Protestant King that Cardinal Richelieu allied France with during the 30 years war
Ferdinand of Austria
Catholic Emperor who fought against the French during the 30 years war
Vincent de Paul and Francis de Sales
two saints who helped revive Catholic life in France
religious order in France that promoted a gloomy, fearful spirituality. Believing that God required such perfect purity that scarcely anyone could receive Holy Communion without sin or receive a valid absolution in confession
Bishop who led the Jansenists
Saint who was responsible for establishing the popular devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
St. Louis Marie de Montfort
a priest who founded several religious orders and established the Consecration to Mary
Heretical movement which recommended that devout Catholics make no effort in their spiritual lives, believing that if they relaxed completely, God would control them.
King who suppressed the Edict of Nantes and forced all Huguenots to become Catholic or leave France
Year that St. Margaret Mary Alacoque was born
Order that St. Margaret Mary Alacoque joined
Claude de la Colombiere
Jesuit Saint who believed Mary Margaret's visions and began spreading devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
year that St. Margaret Mary Alacoque died
year that St. Margaret Mary Alacoque was canonized
English King who signed the Magna Carta
year that the Magna Carta was signed
King James I
English king, the Son of Elizabeth, who thought that Parliament restricted his power too much.
King Charles I
English King who antagonized the Anglican Church and the Puritans by insisting on a liturgy that resembled Catholic worship. Was arrested and executed by leaders after calling a Parliamentary meeting in 1640.
Puritan leader who was chosen to lead England after Charles I as executed. Called himself the Lord Protector
year that Oliver Cromwell was chosen as King of England
Son of Charles I who invaded and took over England after Cromwell died.
King James II
Catholic brother of Charles II who took over England after Charles II died. disposed and exiled due to the fact that England did not want to be ruled by Catholic kings.
Protestant King of England chosen by Parliament after the disposition of James II.
year that William III was chosen to be King of England
Anti-religious societies who worked to gain power in governments and attempted to limit or destroy Christian influence on society
year when the absolute monarchs of Europe forced the Pope to suppress the Jesuits.
French King who called the first French Parliament in 150 years in 1789
Wife of King Louis XVI of France
year that King Louis XVI of France and his wife were executed
year that Catholicism was abolished by the Reign of Terror as the national religion in France
leader of the Reign of Terror who was betrayed and executed. His death marked the end of the reign of terror
a group of men who took over France after the Reign of Terror.
General who overthrew the Directory.
Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood
slogan of the French Revolution
Pope who was convinced by Napoleon to drop his claims for the return of Church property in France
year that Napoleon invaded Russia
year that Napoleon was imprisoned (died?)
year that colonial governments in Mexico, Latin America, and South America began declaring their independence from Spain
years of Pius IX's papacy
Pope who resisted the attempts by Italian revolutionaries to abolish the Pope's control of the Papal States. Called for an ecumenical council which met in 1870 as the First Vatican Council
year that Pius IX lost control over the papal states
year that Pius XI guaranteed the independence of the Vatican State
Pope who reached an agreement with Mussolini about the independence of the Vatican State.
year that Pius IX called for an ecumenical Council
Year that the First Vatican Council met
the most important doctrine to come out of the First Vatican Council
year that Pius IX died
successor of Pius IX who realized that the Church needed to provide guidelines outlining Christian responses to new social movements such as socialism and communism
the most famous encyclical of Leo XIII in which he explains which characteristics of the new social movements were good and which were bad
Cure of Ars
Another name for John Vianney
year that John Vianney was born
year that John Vianney became a priest
Town in Which John Vianney had a parish
Saint that John Vianney gave credit for his miracles of healing
year that John Vianney died
year that John Vianney was canonized
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