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History chapter 17, Catholic Reformation
Indulgence
Reformation
Lutheran
Protestant
A pardon realeasing a person from punishments due to sin
A 16th century movement for religious reform, leading to the…
A member of a protestant church founded on the teachings of M…
A member of a Christian church founded on the principles of r…
Indulgence
A pardon realeasing a person from punishments due to sin
Reformation
A 16th century movement for religious reform, leading to the…
128 terms
World History Protestant and catholic reformation
Who started the Protestant Reformation?
What did the protestant reformation do?
what caused christian humanism?
what did christian humanists believe in?
Martin Luther
split the church into catholic and protestant
italian humanism
the ability of human beings to reason and improve themselves
Who started the Protestant Reformation?
Martin Luther
What did the protestant reformation do?
split the church into catholic and protestant
48 terms
history test Luther Catholics
indulgences
temporalities
transubstantiation
alms
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indulgences
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temporalities
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American Catholic History Section F
Karl J Alter
Altiora
Archdiocese of Chicago
Stephen T Badin
the sixth Archbishop of Cincinnati
the motto of Elder High School and translates into "to strive…
the largest Catholic school system in America
the first Catholic Priest ordained in America.
Karl J Alter
the sixth Archbishop of Cincinnati
Altiora
the motto of Elder High School and translates into "to strive…
24 terms
American Catholic History Unit 3
Archbishop Patrick Feehan
Bishop Simon Brute'
Bishop Edward Fenwick
Bishop Ignatius Hortsmann
the first Archbishop of Chicago, Illinois.
the first bishop in the state of Indiana.
The first ever Catholic bishop in Ohio.
bishop of Cleveland, Ohio who helped the Byzantine Catholic C…
Archbishop Patrick Feehan
the first Archbishop of Chicago, Illinois.
Bishop Simon Brute'
the first bishop in the state of Indiana.
American Catholic History Section D
1966
1980
American Bible Society
Archbishop Joseph Rummel
Catholic school enrollment peaked with its highest ever enrol…
the year the Catholic school system became the largest system…
in 1839, pledged that the Bible should be read in every class…
in 1962, he made the courageous move to desegregate all of th…
1966
Catholic school enrollment peaked with its highest ever enrol…
1980
the year the Catholic school system became the largest system…
American Catholic History Section C
Archbishop Patrick Feehan
Bishop Simon Brute'
Bishop Edward Fenwick
Bishop Ignatius Hortsmann
the first Archbishop of Chicago, Illinios
the first bishop in the state on Indiana
The first ever Catholic bishop in Ohio
bishop of Cleveland, Ohio who helped the Byzantine Catholic C…
Archbishop Patrick Feehan
the first Archbishop of Chicago, Illinios
Bishop Simon Brute'
the first bishop in the state on Indiana
American Catholic History Section B
Apostolic Delegation
Stephen T. Badin
Baltimore
Commodore John Barry
Vatican representatives with no diplomatic status and hence n…
the first catholic priest ordain in the US
The first catholic diocese in America
Catholic was Revolutionary war hero and is considered the fat…
Apostolic Delegation
Vatican representatives with no diplomatic status and hence n…
Stephen T. Badin
the first catholic priest ordain in the US
33 terms
American Catholic History Section B
Apostolic Delegration
Stephen T. Badin
Baltimore
Commodore John Barry
Vatican representatives with no diplomatic status and hence n…
the first catholic priest ordain in the US
The first catholic diocese in America
Catholic was Revolutionary was hero and is considered the fat…
Apostolic Delegration
Vatican representatives with no diplomatic status and hence n…
Stephen T. Badin
the first catholic priest ordain in the US
Junior Cert History - 1798 and Catholic Emancipation
Penal Laws
King George III
King William of Orange
Some of the Penal Laws
Various statutes passed in Britain and Ireland during the 16t…
King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 25 October 176…
Sovereign Prince of Orange of the House of Orange-Nassau by b…
Catholic schools were banned. No Catholic or Presbyterian was…
Penal Laws
Various statutes passed in Britain and Ireland during the 16t…
King George III
King of Great Britain and King of Ireland from 25 October 176…
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Catholic Church History Test #1
Ecclesial
Magisterium
Ecumenical
Apostasy
of or relating to the Church
the teaching authority of the Church
principles and practices shown among religious groups
to abandon your faith
Ecclesial
of or relating to the Church
Magisterium
the teaching authority of the Church
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History Of The Catholic Church Unit 2
abbot, abbess
consubstantial
doctor of the church
ecumenical council
The superior and spiritual leader of a monastery
Having the same nature or essence
A title officially bestowed by the Church on those saints who…
A gathering of the Church's bishops from around the world con…
abbot, abbess
The superior and spiritual leader of a monastery
consubstantial
Having the same nature or essence
67 terms
Catholic Church History Chapter 5
Johan Tetzel
John Calvin
John Hus
John Knox
a Dominican who came to Germany to sell indulgences while usi…
French Catholic by birth; Established a theocracy in Geneva,…
leader of the Hussites; continued Wyclif's teachings; stresse…
Scottish follower of Calvin who established the Presbyterian…
Johan Tetzel
a Dominican who came to Germany to sell indulgences while usi…
John Calvin
French Catholic by birth; Established a theocracy in Geneva,…
65 terms
Mr. Leonard history bergen catholic
Major Themes of the Renaissance and Ex…
The life of Muhammad(born in 570)Know…
Know the five pillars of Islam
Know which of the Crusades were succes…
it was a time of rebirth, left the dark ages, more art, more…
mecca to medina and then back
Declaration of Faith, Obligatory prayer, compulsory giving, F…
The first crusade was successful
Major Themes of the Renaissance and Ex…
it was a time of rebirth, left the dark ages, more art, more…
The life of Muhammad(born in 570)Know…
mecca to medina and then back
8 terms
Catholic royalty history (Chapter 1)
La <<unidad>> de España se realizó en…
Los Reyes Católicos querían la unidad…
Ellos establecieron el Tribunal de la…
Los sefardíes son...
...el casamiento de Isabel de Castilla y Fernando de Aragón.
...religiosa.
...1481.
...los judíos expulsados.
La <<unidad>> de España se realizó en…
...el casamiento de Isabel de Castilla y Fernando de Aragón.
Los Reyes Católicos querían la unidad…
...religiosa.
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History Of The Catholic Church Unit 1
deposit of faith
apostle
Apostolic succession
covenant
The heritage of faith contained in Sacred Scripture and Sacre…
The general term apostle means "one who is sent" and can be u…
The uninterrupted passing on of apostolic preaching and autho…
A personal, solemn promise of faithful love that involves mut…
deposit of faith
The heritage of faith contained in Sacred Scripture and Sacre…
apostle
The general term apostle means "one who is sent" and can be u…
96 terms
History of the Catholic Church Midterm Review
7 Sacrements
Great Commission
Peter's Role in the Early Church
Council of Jersusalem
Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Penance, Reconciliation, An…
Jesus' great "sending out" of the Apostles before his Ascension
the leader of the disciples and by the Roman Catholic church…
Paul and his assistant Barnabas met in Jerusalem in AD 49 or…
7 Sacrements
Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Penance, Reconciliation, An…
Great Commission
Jesus' great "sending out" of the Apostles before his Ascension
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History of the Catholic Church Vocab - 2
Ninety Five Theses
Babylonian Captivity of the Church
Great Western Schism
Erasmus of Rotterdam
Created by Martin Luther to protest Tetzel's preaching and ch…
When the Avignon papacy (1309-1377) scandalized the Church an…
When the Papacy had two popes, Pope Urban and Pope Clement VI…
humanist scholar who was interested in preserving and learnin…
Ninety Five Theses
Created by Martin Luther to protest Tetzel's preaching and ch…
Babylonian Captivity of the Church
When the Avignon papacy (1309-1377) scandalized the Church an…
29 terms
Catholic Social Teaching : Definition and History
Catholic Social Teaching
3 elements of Catholic Social Teaching
7 themes of Catholic Social Teaching
Individualism
The church's social doctrine, which respects human dignity an…
1. Principles for reflection ... 2. Criteria for judgement ... 3. G…
1. Life & Dignity of the Human Person ... 2. Call to Family, Com…
Emphasizing personal independence or the rights of individual…
Catholic Social Teaching
The church's social doctrine, which respects human dignity an…
3 elements of Catholic Social Teaching
1. Principles for reflection ... 2. Criteria for judgement ... 3. G…
32 terms
History - Catholic, Luther, Protestant Reformations
Sacraments
Priest(s)
Secular
Ecclesiastical
Rituals in the Catholic Church
Officials in Catholicism, they take vow to be celibate and li…
Non-religious
Religious
Sacraments
Rituals in the Catholic Church
Priest(s)
Officials in Catholicism, they take vow to be celibate and li…
20 terms
History of the Catholic Church Chapter 3
Hegira
Justinian Code
Theotokos
Vulgate
flight of Mohammed and his followers from Mecca to Medina
collection of laws that became the basis of European law
means "mary" or "god-bearer"
Latin translation of the Bible by St. Jerome
Hegira
flight of Mohammed and his followers from Mecca to Medina
Justinian Code
collection of laws that became the basis of European law
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catholic church history midterm (sebik)
conciliarism
humanism
theocracy
cuius regio, eius religio
an idea that was popular in the middle ages that a general co…
A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that…
The civil government controlled by the church
Latin for "who's region, his religion." this means that whate…
conciliarism
an idea that was popular in the middle ages that a general co…
humanism
A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that…
13 terms
History: Tudors - The Catholic threat to Elizabeth
When was Elizabeth's religious settlem…
English people who accepted the settle…
People who openly opposed the religiou…
When did the first seminary priests ar…
1559
Papists
Recusants
1574
When was Elizabeth's religious settlem…
1559
English people who accepted the settle…
Papists
9 terms
Roman Catholic Church History Quiz
Hanseatic League
Reliquary of three kings
Chartres Cathedral
Gothic Architecture
It was like a trade alliance, where people relied on each oth…
The shrine that contains the bones of the three kings.
Built 1193
flourished during the high and late medieval period. It devel…
Hanseatic League
It was like a trade alliance, where people relied on each oth…
Reliquary of three kings
The shrine that contains the bones of the three kings.
History - Catholic Reformation/Effects of PR
When did the RC church realize the nee…
What was the Catholic Reformation focu…
Who were leading the reformist of the…
What reforms did Paul III create?
1530s brought about realization that RC Church needed reform…
- Leaders sought to refocus spiritual outlook, clarify doctri…
Paul III & Paul IV were leading reformist popes
Paul III instituted many new reforms... - Appointed only learned…
When did the RC church realize the nee…
1530s brought about realization that RC Church needed reform…
What was the Catholic Reformation focu…
- Leaders sought to refocus spiritual outlook, clarify doctri…
13 terms
Catholic social teaching: Definition and History
Social doctrine
3 elements of catholic social teaching
individualism
interdependent
respects human dignity and the rights of workers
principles for reflection, criteria for judgement, guidelines…
emphasizing personal independence or the rights of individual…
relying on others for survival and well- being
Social doctrine
respects human dignity and the rights of workers
3 elements of catholic social teaching
principles for reflection, criteria for judgement, guidelines…
33 terms
History of the Catholic Church Mid Term
St. Augustine of Hippo
St. Thomas Aquinas
realism
intellectualism
354-430
1225-1274
natures truly exist independently of the mind.
the intellect moves the will to act by directing it toward an…
St. Augustine of Hippo
354-430
St. Thomas Aquinas
1225-1274
36 terms
Catholic Church History Chapter 2
Zealot
schism
Sadducee
Pharisee
In Jesus' time, a radical Jewish sect that hated Roman eule a…
a break in Christian unity that takes place when a group of C…
an aristocratic Jewish sect that controlled Temple worship in…
a Jewish sect at the time of Jesus with whom he had much in c…
Zealot
In Jesus' time, a radical Jewish sect that hated Roman eule a…
schism
a break in Christian unity that takes place when a group of C…
43 terms
world history bold-roman catholic...
Gregory the great
monasticism
dualism
benediction rule
said he held authority over all the bishops, he was royal wor…
life of isolation, stemmed from dualism
good vs bad, their version was physical vs spiritual
type of monks followed this, rules included: physical and spi…
Gregory the great
said he held authority over all the bishops, he was royal wor…
monasticism
life of isolation, stemmed from dualism
20 terms
Donlan History of the Catholic Church Quest
Penance
Pope
Aristotle
Saint
An act (like fasting or flagellating) preformed to amend for…
Head of Catholic Church, understood as the direct successor o…
Ancient Greek philosopher whose philosophy was used by Aquina…
A deceased individual recognized by the Catholic Church as un…
Penance
An act (like fasting or flagellating) preformed to amend for…
Pope
Head of Catholic Church, understood as the direct successor o…
73 terms
History of the Catholic Church Terms 1
Apostasy
Diakonia
Ecumenism
Heresy
abandonment of faith
serivce, an essential task for the Church
the movement to restore the unity of Christ's Church
a false teaching that denies an essential teaching of the Chu…
Apostasy
abandonment of faith
Diakonia
serivce, an essential task for the Church
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Art History Catholic time period
Name an early Christian symbol and tel…
What were the earliest Christian fresc…
Diptych
Whatever Roman buildings the early Chr…
The good shepherd represent Christ as their Shepherd and the…
Frescoes to decorate the Celine and walls and chapels within…
Any object with two flat panels attached at a hinge. Folded t…
Basilicas which were first use for meeting places and then we…
Name an early Christian symbol and tel…
The good shepherd represent Christ as their Shepherd and the…
What were the earliest Christian fresc…
Frescoes to decorate the Celine and walls and chapels within…
14 terms
History of the Catholic Church Important Dates
30
70
325
398
Christ death and ressurection
temple destroyed
Council of Nicea (First Ecumenical Council)
The Confessions of Saint Augustine
30
Christ death and ressurection
70
temple destroyed
42 terms
History of the Catholic Church Exam 3
St. Jerome
Vulgate
St. Ambrose of Milan
Altar of Victory
He spoke Greek, Latin and Hebrew. There was a division betwee…
refers to the Latin translation of the Bible which brought ab…
he was a governor in Milan and was forced to be a bishop even…
pagan altar in the Roman Senate but was removed by Ambrose. T…
St. Jerome
He spoke Greek, Latin and Hebrew. There was a division betwee…
Vulgate
refers to the Latin translation of the Bible which brought ab…
49 terms
History of the Catholic Church Exam 2
Catechumenate
3 major aspects from Judaism:
Bishop is oriented
Liturgia Horarum
Think RCIA, but real old. This process was to prep early Chri…
Synagogue services... Temple worship... Communion-meals with a port…
Bishop Faced East
a practice at praying systematically throughout the day. Soug…
Catechumenate
Think RCIA, but real old. This process was to prep early Chri…
3 major aspects from Judaism:
Synagogue services... Temple worship... Communion-meals with a port…
43 terms
History of the Catholic Church Exam 1
Torah
Hellenization
Diaspora
Jerusalem Council
Jewish Law, It involved circumcision and dietary laws. Torah…
"Greekification" Making everyone share more of a greek cultur…
Scattering of Jews during the Babylonian exile. Led to the lo…
Peter and Paul were against the Judaizers. They were arguing…
Torah
Jewish Law, It involved circumcision and dietary laws. Torah…
Hellenization
"Greekification" Making everyone share more of a greek cultur…
40 terms
History of the Catholic Church Test I
Apologist
Celsus
Tertullian
fideism
defender of the church.
Against the Christians; the Christians wanted educated people…
a convert writing from latin speaking Carthage, brilliant exp…
faith is reason
Apologist
defender of the church.
Celsus
Against the Christians; the Christians wanted educated people…
181 terms
catholic church history midterm (sebik)
Latin for "who's region, his religion.…
even though the Avignon popes. lived i…
during the hundred years war, the Engl…
both St. Bridget of Sweden and St. Cat…
cuius regio, eius religio
false
true
false
Latin for "who's region, his religion.…
cuius regio, eius religio
even though the Avignon popes. lived i…
false
35 terms
Shores Summer History of the Catholic Church
Apologist
Apostle
Apostolic Father
Didache
People who wrote to the Gentiles, Romans and other people abo…
Having a denotation of meaning "one who is sent" but means mo…
Men who wrote about the apostles because they personally knew…
Literally meaning "The Teaching". A religious document that w…
Apologist
People who wrote to the Gentiles, Romans and other people abo…
Apostle
Having a denotation of meaning "one who is sent" but means mo…
307 terms
catholic church history midterm (sebik)
conciliarism
humanism
theocracy
cuius regio, eius religio
an idea that was popular in the middle ages that a general co…
A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that…
The civil government controlled by the church
Latin for "who's region, his religion." this means that whate…
conciliarism
an idea that was popular in the middle ages that a general co…
humanism
A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that…
26 terms
Catholic Church History Test 1
apologist
apostle
apostolic tradition
bishop
one who writes a work in order to defend and explain the Chri…
"one who is sent"
the passing of the faith of the apostles from generation to g…
the successor of the apostles who has received the fullness o…
apologist
one who writes a work in order to defend and explain the Chri…
apostle
"one who is sent"
43 terms
Definition and history catholic social teaching
The church's social doctrine which res…
7 themes of catholic social teaching
Emphasizing personal independence or t…
Relying on others for survival and wel…
CST
1. Life and dignity of the human person... 2. Call to family, co…
Individualism
Interdependent
The church's social doctrine which res…
CST
7 themes of catholic social teaching
1. Life and dignity of the human person... 2. Call to family, co…
14 terms
The History of the Catholic Church Study Guide
Define Christianity.
What did Jesus teach?
What did Jesus do?
What are the four Gospels?
Christianity is a diverse, 2000 years old religion. One third…
Story telling- He wanted the story to live in your heart.
He was a miracle worker and a religious reformer.
The Gospel of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
Define Christianity.
Christianity is a diverse, 2000 years old religion. One third…
What did Jesus teach?
Story telling- He wanted the story to live in your heart.
28 terms
catholic church history midterm (sebik)
john tetzel
john calvin
john hus
john knox
Dominican friar; great seller of indulgences
established a theocracy in Geneva, Switzerland based on Presb…
german priest who taught the authority of the pope is denied…
establish the Presbyterian Church governed by elders
john tetzel
Dominican friar; great seller of indulgences
john calvin
established a theocracy in Geneva, Switzerland based on Presb…
108 terms
Catholic Church History People Quiz
Adam
Isaac
Cyrus the Great
David
He was the first human (not literally)... Name means "dirt."
Name means "to laugh" or "Ha, ha, ha"... point: He was born; God…
called Messiah... sent the Jews home and asked them to rebuild t…
Built Jerusalem... from Bethlehem... received Davidic Messianic Exp…
Adam
He was the first human (not literally)... Name means "dirt."
Isaac
Name means "to laugh" or "Ha, ha, ha"... point: He was born; God…
27 terms
AP European History- Catholic Reformation
1. What were the chief ideas of the Ch…
2. What were Martin Luther's main disa…
3. What were the main tenets (ideas) o…
4. What impact did the Protestant Refo…
Education, reading scriptures, and inner piety. Lutheranism-…
He disagreed with indulgences, and the poor was a large popul…
Lutheranism- Justification by faith, Humans are not saved thr…
It extend their power and control at the expense of the church.
1. What were the chief ideas of the Ch…
Education, reading scriptures, and inner piety. Lutheranism-…
2. What were Martin Luther's main disa…
He disagreed with indulgences, and the poor was a large popul…
60 terms
CATHOLIC FAITH HISTORY CH 2
Who was Constantine's mother?
What was Constantine's dream?
Who issued the Edict of Milan?
What was the Edict of Milan?
Saint Helena, a Christian who inspired his religion
He placed the CHI-RHO on his shields and banners and commande…
Constantine in the west and Licinius in the East
It tolerated Christianity throughout the Empire and allowed A…
Who was Constantine's mother?
Saint Helena, a Christian who inspired his religion
What was Constantine's dream?
He placed the CHI-RHO on his shields and banners and commande…
64 terms
History of the Catholic Church Terms 2
Babylonian Captivity of the Church
Great Western Schism
Ninety Five Theses
Erasmus of Rotterdam
another name for the Avignon Papacy. After Pope Boniface VIII…
when the Italian pope Urban VI was elected with help from mob…
a list of questions and propositions for debate that was post…
a humanist scholar who traveled throughout Europe and kept up…
Babylonian Captivity of the Church
another name for the Avignon Papacy. After Pope Boniface VIII…
Great Western Schism
when the Italian pope Urban VI was elected with help from mob…
307 terms
catholic church history midterm (sebik)
conciliarism
humanism
theocracy
cuius regio, eius religio
an idea that was popular in the middle ages that a general co…
A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that…
The civil government controlled by the church
Latin for "who's region, his religion." this means that whate…
conciliarism
an idea that was popular in the middle ages that a general co…
humanism
A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that…
24 terms
catholic church history midterm (sebik)
john tetzel
john calvin
john hus
john knox
Dominican friar; great seller of indulgences
established a theocracy in Geneva, Switzerland based on Presb…
german priest who taught the authority of the pope is denied…
establish the Presbyterian Church governed by elders
john tetzel
Dominican friar; great seller of indulgences
john calvin
established a theocracy in Geneva, Switzerland based on Presb…
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