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TRIDENTINE
PERIOD

1545 - 1963
• The Tridentine Period extends from the start of
the Council of Trent to the start of the Second
Vatican Council
• Called...
EVENTS:
* The American Revolution – 1776-1783
and formation of the United States republic
=> the First Amendment to the Co...
• The French Revolution – 1789 – 1799
- Attacked the existing French government as
well as the Church
- Monestaries, churc...
- St. Julie Billiart defied the government and
continued to teach and preach the faith
- She founded the Sisters of Notre ...
• Revolutions spread across Europe, and the
Church suffered persecution

• Church leaders began to lose their political
po...
• The Industrial Revolution – 1760 – 1840
brought advances in technology into the
Nineteenth Century
• First Vatican Council – 1868
- at first, the Church saw science as a threat

- Pope Pius IX issued a
document condemning...
The First Vatican Council:
- clarified the role of the Church in the changing
world
- approved the doctrine of papal infal...
• The First Vatican Council was interrupted by the
Franco-Prussian war in 1870 and never resumed
• Baltimore Catechism
- In 1884, US bishops commissioned the writing
of a standard religion text for all Catholic children...
• In response to the unjust working conditions that
came out of the Industrial Revolution, Pope Leo XIII
wrote Rerum Novar...
• Rerum Novarum was an encyclical (a papal writing)
on social justice

- In this encyclical, Pope Leo XIII states:
- worke...
• During the 20th Century:
-

World War I – 1914-1918
World War II – 1939 – 1945
Various military conflicts
Government opp...
• Second Vatican Council – 1962 – 1965
- Convened by Pope John XXIII
- studied the role of bishops in the Church
- address...
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  1. 1. TRIDENTINE PERIOD 1545 - 1963
  2. 2. • The Tridentine Period extends from the start of the Council of Trent to the start of the Second Vatican Council • Called “Tridentine” because it stems from the Council of Trent - Advances in science led many away from God. The philosophy that people do not need God is called rationalism
  3. 3. EVENTS: * The American Revolution – 1776-1783 and formation of the United States republic => the First Amendment to the Constitution provides for all US citizens to have freedom of religion => Separation of Church and State refers to the policy that government is not dictated by any religion
  4. 4. • The French Revolution – 1789 – 1799 - Attacked the existing French government as well as the Church - Monestaries, churches and missions were burned - French Catholics were forbidden to practice their faith openly
  5. 5. - St. Julie Billiart defied the government and continued to teach and preach the faith - She founded the Sisters of Notre Dame
  6. 6. • Revolutions spread across Europe, and the Church suffered persecution • Church leaders began to lose their political power, allowing them to focus once again on the mission of spirituality
  7. 7. • The Industrial Revolution – 1760 – 1840 brought advances in technology into the Nineteenth Century
  8. 8. • First Vatican Council – 1868 - at first, the Church saw science as a threat - Pope Pius IX issued a document condemning rationalism - in 1868, he convened an ecumenical council, the First Vatican Council
  9. 9. The First Vatican Council: - clarified the role of the Church in the changing world - approved the doctrine of papal infallibility ~ this doctrine states that when a pope officially proclaims a teaching on faith and morals, that teaching is without error
  10. 10. • The First Vatican Council was interrupted by the Franco-Prussian war in 1870 and never resumed
  11. 11. • Baltimore Catechism - In 1884, US bishops commissioned the writing of a standard religion text for all Catholic children - This was called the Baltimore Catechism - This text was used from 1885 until the late 1960s
  12. 12. • In response to the unjust working conditions that came out of the Industrial Revolution, Pope Leo XIII wrote Rerum Novarum (“On New Things”) in 1891
  13. 13. • Rerum Novarum was an encyclical (a papal writing) on social justice - In this encyclical, Pope Leo XIII states: - workers should receive a fair wage - employers should treat workers fairly - workers should defend their rights * Every pope since then has followed Pope Leo XIII’s lead and discussed social justice and mercy
  14. 14. • During the 20th Century: - World War I – 1914-1918 World War II – 1939 – 1945 Various military conflicts Government oppression in many countries Widespread poverty * Throughout these challenging times, the Church has called for justice and worked to ensure that basic human rights and needs are fulfilled
  15. 15. • Second Vatican Council – 1962 – 1965 - Convened by Pope John XXIII - studied the role of bishops in the Church - addressed the relationship between the Church and the modern era - Pope John XXIII dies during the council; it continued under Pope Paul VI

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