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Church History Exam P3

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Francis de Sales
wrote "Intoduction to the Devout Life", his motto was Suaveter et Fortiter
Peter Claver
Treated and Baptized African slaves in South America
Isaac Jogues
Jesuit missionary to Canada
Jonathan Edwards
leader of Great Awakening, wrote "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
George Whitefield
Englisman who became a leader in the Great Awakening
Benjamin Franklin
asked the French to join the American revolution, went to Canada with John Carroll
Junípero Serra
Franciscan Friar who did missionary work in California
John Carroll
1st Catholic priest and bishop in America
Napoléon Bonaparte
crowned himself king of France after French Revolution
Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton
1st American-born saint
Pope Pius IX
Developed doctrine of Papal Infallibility, wrote the "Syllabus of Errors"
Pope Leo XIII
wrote "Rerum Novarum" an enciclical on capital and labor
Louis Brisson
French priest who founded Oblates of St.Francis
Damien de Veuster of Moloka'i
Belgian priest, ordained in Honalulu, helped lepers until he died from the disease
Frances X. Cabrini
Italian-born nun, she came to America and helped immigrants
Pope Pius XII
Pope during WWII, concerned with how to protect the Jews
Pope John XXIII
Called the 2nd Vatican council, wrote "Pacem en teris"
Dorothy Day
catholic convert, advocate for the poor, began catholic social worker movement
Vandals
barbarians from North Africa
Franks
Germanic tribes in Gaul, included Charles and Pepin
Vikings
Scandinavian pirates; had roots in Nothern England, Russia, Normandy, and Dublin
Magyars
Hungarians
Turks
muslims who sacked Constantinople
Monte Cassino
Monestary of Benedic of Nursia
Cluny
French Monestary, center for reform movements, had 5 saintly abbots
Bologna
1st university with famous law program
Paris
2nd University with famous theology program
Avignon
Residence of French popes when they left Rome
Feudalism
social system based on oaths of loyalty
Easter Duty
instituted by the 4th Latering council ,Christians must recieve communion and confession once a year
Scholasticism
system of education based on debate
the Black Death
the Great Pestillence (1347 to1351) mainy in the year 1348 1348, 1348, 1348
Conciliarism
the ultimate church authority was general councils
Indulgences
Treasury of the Church could grant forgiveness of sins in exchange for good works, funded St. Peters Basillica
1st and 2nd Great Awakening
18 and 19 centuries, periods of religious fervor
Papal Infallibility
the Pope cannot be wrong when speaking about faith and intending to be infallible (many rules), defined at Vatican I by Pope Pius IX