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Protestant & Counter Reformation


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Protestant & Counter Reformation

  1. 1. Convent • Christian community under monastic vows, especially one of nuns
  2. 2. Monastic • Monks, nuns, or others living under religious vows, or the buildings in which they live
  3. 3. Papacy/Papal • The office or authority of the pope
  4. 4. John Calvin • Led a powerful Protestant group whose doctrine stated God had predetermined an ultimate destiny for all people
  5. 5. Counter-Reformation • Another name for the Catholic Reformation, church reforming its doctrine in an attempt to sway back supporters of the Protestant Reformation
  6. 6. Society of Jesuits • Founded by Ignatius Loyola, practices self-control and moderation, prayer and good works led to salvation
  7. 7. Martin Luther • Started the Protestant Reformation, believed salvation was given through grace directly by God
  8. 8. Protestant Reformation • A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the creation of Protestant churches
  9. 9. Council of Trent • Series of meetings held by church officials to clarify the Church's position on important religious questions
  10. 10. The Index • A list of banned heretical works
  11. 11. Indulgences • A piece of paper that the faithful could purchase reduce time in purgatory (there they would expiate their sins and then be allowed into heaven).
  12. 12. The Vatican • The residence of the Catholic Pope in the Vatican City