5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Battle of Lepanto
- Duke of Alva
- Paul III
- Spanish Armada
- Catherine de Medici
- a Pope who was responsible for launching the Catholic Counter-Reformation.
- b Phillip II's war against the Ottoman Empire in defense of the Catholic Church
- c He was sent by Phillip II to "pacify" Netherlands, establishes Council of Blood- 12,000 people killed in one day
- d In 1588, the English navy defeated the _________ _________ signaling the 'beginning of the end' of Spanish dominance in Europe.
- e A french regent to her sons. She allowed St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre to support Catholics. She was also a politque.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Where 95 Theses was posted.
- King of Denmark that was defeated by Germany and gave Maximilian I power.
- A religious war between the Catholics and Protestants, which resulted in the political restructuring of Europe and the development of nation states - the Dutch Republic, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, granted religious freedom in many parts of Europe and encouraged the secularization of government.
- French Calvinists
- city that was reformed by Calvin, had a church government- had both clergy and laity in the service of the church, Consistory, became a powerful center of Protestantism
5 True/False questions
St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre → Mass slaying of Huguenots (Calvinists) in Paris of 1572. Organized by Catherine de Medici.
Council of Trent → Conciliar instrument of the Catholic Counter-Reformation which reaffirmed the seven sacraments, emphasized both faith and good works as important in achieving salvation, and stated that the Latin Vulgate was the only valid translations of the Bible.
Council of Blood → Conciliar instrument of the Catholic Counter-Reformation which reaffirmed the seven sacraments, emphasized both faith and good works as important in achieving salvation, and stated that the Latin Vulgate was the only valid translations of the Bible.
Anglican → Swiss reformer that causes the 1st break with the CC. His goal was to break away from CC and establish a theocracy in Zurich. His beliefs were similar to Luther's.
Anabaptists → 40 different religion sects in Western Europe. They had a common practice of baptizing as adults. They applied ideas of Protestantism into civil life.