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1 Reformation Review Criticisms of the Catholic ChurchCriticisms of the Catholic Church Too secular (focus on politics, not religion)Too secular (focus on politics, not religion) Corrupt (focus on economic wealth, not religion)Corrupt (focus on economic wealth, not religion) Protestants reform ChristianityProtestants reform Christianity Martin Luther – LutheranismMartin Luther – Lutheranism John Calvin – CalvinismJohn Calvin – Calvinism Henry VIII & Elizabeth I –Henry VIII & Elizabeth I – The Anglican Church

2 Compare Protestant Religions Use p. 491 of your textbook to complete a Venn diagram comparing Lutheranism, Calvinism, and Anglicanism. Lutherans Calvinists Anglicans

3 The Counter Reformation In response to the Protestant Reformation, the Catholic church started it’s own movement to make changes.In response to the Protestant Reformation, the Catholic church started it’s own movement to make changes. Catholics wanted to keep people true to the Catholic faith.Catholics wanted to keep people true to the Catholic faith. The movement was also known as the Catholic Reformation.The movement was also known as the Catholic Reformation.

4 Catholic Reform in the Counter Reformation Jesuits – A religious order that focused on founding schools, converting non- Christians, and stopping the spread of Protestantism.Jesuits – A religious order that focused on founding schools, converting non- Christians, and stopping the spread of Protestantism.

5 Catholic Reform in the Counter Reformation The Inquisition – an institution for investigating and stopping acts of heresyThe Inquisition – an institution for investigating and stopping acts of heresy Heresy - beliefs or opinions that went against the churchHeresy - beliefs or opinions that went against the church Punishments of the inquisition:Punishments of the inquisition: Wearing a brightly colored X on your clothingWearing a brightly colored X on your clothing PilgrimagePilgrimage FineFine ImprisonmentImprisonment TortureTorture Death by burningDeath by burning

6 The Inquisition

7 Inquisition Torture Inquisition Torture

8 Catholic Reform in the Counter Reformation Pope Paul IIIPope Paul III Formed the JesuitsFormed the Jesuits Created a council to investigate the selling of indulgencesCreated a council to investigate the selling of indulgences Used the Inquisition to seek out heresy and assert the authority of the PopeUsed the Inquisition to seek out heresy and assert the authority of the Pope Led the Council of Trent, Led the Council of Trent, Rulings of the Council of TrentRulings of the Council of Trent The Church’s interpretation of the Bible was final. Substituting your own interpretation was heresy.The Church’s interpretation of the Bible was final. Substituting your own interpretation was heresy. Christians are not saved by faith alone, but also by good works.Christians are not saved by faith alone, but also by good works. Church tradition was equally powerful as the Bible.Church tradition was equally powerful as the Bible. Indulgences were expressions of faith.Indulgences were expressions of faith.


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