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Chapter 14 A.P Euro

pluralism clerics held more than one office simultaniously
absenteeism regular absence from doing your duty or job
ecumenical universal
rapacious greedy
Calvinism regulated citizens conduct in Genova; spread to Presbyterians in England, Huguenots in France, and Puritans in England and New England
Puritans people who wanted the Catholic elements of the Church of England eliminated
anabaptists religious tolerance; christian community, not christian state
presbyterian ministers, not bishoped governed by Church of Scotland
anglican church founded during reformation
Counter-Reformation Catholics wanted to end protestants
Index of prohibited books catalogue of forbidden reading by the Holy Office
Thomas Wolsey King Henry VIII's head advisor
Leo X strengthened the french monarchy by making a treaty with Francis I in 1516 where Leo recognized that the king had the right to choose his own bishops and abbots
Fuggers Family family that lent money to Archbishop Albert /Leo X authorized him to sell indulgences to repay the family
Michael Servetus humanist burned at the stake
Thomas Cromwell chief minister
Thomas Cranmer leader of the English reformation/was burned at the stake by John Calvin
John Knox brought Protestant Reformation to the Church of Scotland
Mary Queen of Scots Queen of Scotland
Jersuits-Ignatuis Loyola religious leader during the Counter- Reformation
Holy Roman Emperor Maxamillian II and Ferdinad
Brethren of Common Life a group that preached while feeding the hungry and visiting the sick, believed that religion was in inner/personal experience
St. Peter's Basilica late reneissance church
Relationships between the church and public officials Public Officials stood as figure heads while the church had all the power
4 Premises of Lutheranism christ alone, scripture alone, grace alone, faith alone
Germany's political order during the reformation weak central power and weak boarders
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