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catholic church was more powerful than the kings.
Popes became greedy
Reformers were born. :pen:
John Wycliffe was one of the first reformers to go against the church.
Jan Hus continued John Wycliffe's ideas and he too went against the church by criticizing them.
*Catherine of Siena showed that people could lead spiritual lives which prepared the ides of reformation.
Desiderius Erasmus was a priest who agreed with the other reformers and just wanted to get Christian goodness back.
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They were also called the reformation leaders.
Instead of people deserving the offices in the church, all they had to do was buy it. The practice is called
. They didn't even perform their duties. Which lead to people who wanted to fix the church and make it right.
Martin Luther was also outraged by how the church was using the people to buy something that the church wants by selling indulgences.
He then made the 95 theses.
He later was no longer welcome at the church and was wanted by the church
His ideas began to spread and develop
As Luther's ideas began to spread, his popularity grew and soon he began his own church.
Luther founded the church Lutheranism
Luther sides with the rulers
Peasants refuse Lutheranism
Catholicism and Lutheranism fight and have wars.
Religious Wars ended with the Peace of Augsburg.
Luther later began to put more importance to strong families then to the Bible.
This was the start of a protestant church which later helped more protestant churches to start
He made songs because he thought that songs are good for a church and he only made people practice two beliefs which he believed were truly mentioned in the bible.
Anglicanism was founded in 1534 by King Henry VIII
Pope refused to let King Henry divorce and King Henry decided to build his own church.
Anglicans believed that they should have privacy in how they practiced religion. It was up to people to figure out how to live by their religious beliefs.
Clergy and churchgoers were able to interpret church beliefs in their own way as long as they obeyed their king or queen.
Anglicanism might have been made by a selfish man who just wanted to marry someone but it turned out to be a good religion.
King Henry then married another women and broke up with his first one
Many people were influenced by Martin Luther and started their own Christian churches too. One of them was Calvinism.
Calvinism was founded by a humanist, John Calvin.
John Calvin believed that salvation came from God's grace and that only a few people were elected to saved.
They believed that all life should be lived according to God
Eastern Orthodox Christianity
shared communion with the Roman Catholic Church
spread throughout the Roman and later Eastern Roman Empires
major intellectual, cultural, and social developments in the Christian Church
Greek language was spoken and used for most theological writings
Greek was not official so it was abandoned by the people who didn't speak Greek.
The Orthodox Christianity split with the Orthodox
The Orthodox Christianity was better with or without the Orthodox
saw a spiritual revival in Europe
the break with Rome and the reformation of the Protestant Church
Saint Francis of Paola founded the Poor Hermits of Saint Francis of Assisi.
Bendedictine reformed the Benedictines and Cistercians.
Camaldolese Hermits of Monte Corona were recognized as seperate congregation of monks
Council of Trent
trying to be a perfect example to the era of Alexander VI in 1492-1503
intensified by the reformation
Decided to agree with the indulgences to raise money for the construction of the St. Peter's Basilica
Made first attempt in the 14th century
Checked the spread of heresy
Contributed to the regeneration of the clergy
They took care of the sick and needy.
Ursulines of the Roman Union(Angelins)
Followed the original form of life
1958 they were established by the Holy See
Invaded by the Napoleonic Empire
Was divided into the Order of St. Ursuline and Ursalines of the Roman Union
was a Catholic Church that originated from Spain