Religion Chapter 17: In a Changing World
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in the 1700's when people began to think that all of humanity's issues could be solved scientifically
What did St. Julie Billiart do?
she founded a community and dedicated it to teaching children who are poor
What did Julie and other sisters do?
they founded the Sisters of Notre Dame where she opened schools and trained teachers
What are the two things that Julie did during the French Revolution?
1. she helped people get to mass
2. she had kids come to her bedside and taught them about the goodness of God
poverty of the spirirt
people who had no understanding of their faith
examples St. Vincent de Paul gave
Saint Vincent de Paul gave an outstanding example of what it means to serve others with the mind and spirit of Jesus
What did Vincent realize about detachment of material goods?
they were necessary in order to truly love God and others
How did de Paul take action?
he organized charitable goods, found homes for homeless babies, and cared for galley slaves on boats
Who helped Vincent understand what it meant to be a Christian?
a holy priest named Peter de Berville
Who helped Vincent found a charity?
Louise de Marillac
What charity did Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac found?
Daughters of Charity
What did the Daughters of Charity teach?
they taught that all life is sacred and people must be treated with dignity
In the 16th century what scientists caused shock and confusion over their discoveries?
Galileo and Coprenicus
What did Galileo and Copernicus discover?
they pointed out that the planets did not revolve around the earth but rather it revolved around the sun
What was the Age of Enlightenment
the many ideas coming from the scientific revolution
what did the "our father" do?
it taught people that God has a presence in the hearts of those who live according to his law of love
what was the first Vatican council?
it was called to get confirmation of the Syllabus of Errors condemning rationalism and forms of modern thinking
what did pope pius ix do?
he issued a Syllabus of errors and convened the First Vatican Council
what was the syllabus of errors
it condemned various aspects of modern thinking
what was the council interrupted by?
the Franco-Prussian war
who served the church after the French Revolution by teaching God's love to others?
New ideas in the 17th century and 18th centuries tempted some people to abandon their_______
Who believed it was a privilege to help those who were poor?
St. Vincent de Paul
What was the council that Pope Pius the xi called?
First Vatican council
What commandment calls us to respect legitimate authority?
People who were not rich wanted a say in their government and a share of France's wealth. What was the result?
the French Revolution
Church leaders who supported the authority of the pope dominated the first Vatican council. what was the result?
the doctrine of papal infallibility
Many of the clergy in France were wealthy and supported the ruling class. what was the result?
the persecution of the Church during the French revolution
During revolutions in Europe, Church Leaders lost their political power. What was the result?
church leaders became spiritual leaders