Catholic Church/Counter Reformation (Jesuits and Ignatius Loyola (In 1521…
Catholic Church/Counter Reformation
Jesuits and Ignatius Loyola
In 1521 St. Ignatius Loyola suffered a wound in battle with the French
Jesuits means the society of Jesus and is led/founded by Ignatius of Loyola
St. Ignatius Loyola was one of 13 children in his family
Loyola was a knight who converted to a priest and he believes there is fight between good and evil
St. Teresa of Avila reforms the modalities where the nuns are.
Baroque and the Counter Reformation
Baroque is the opposite of Protestant religion
The Catholics believe God is in the Church with you and you can feel his presences
The Catholic Church wants to remind you of god every where you are in there church so they chose Baroque
The Catholics thought the best way to attract people was baroque to reel them in
Lectures and Objectives
The Council of Trent (1545-1563) examined how the Catholic Church would reform for the better. It played a vital role in revitalizing the Roman Catholic Church in many parts of Europe.
The baroque art, music, and architecture style was adopted by the Catholic Church to bring out the strong emotions of the Christian faith.
The Catholic Church responded to the Protestant movement with the Counter Reformation.
The Catholic Church formed a new order called the Jesuits led by Ignatius Loyola and emphasized education.
Council of Trent
REFORMATION of Church Practice: The quality of priests increases and Seminaries are made
During the Protestant Reformation, the doctrine of transubstantiation was heavily criticized as an Aristotelian
Affirmation of Catholic Doctrine: Scripture is the Foundation of Catholic Doctrine and there must be respect for Precedent
The doctrine of "Sola Scriptura" was rejected at Trent.