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Giattino - U3 4D

Counter Reformation

Counter Reformation The Catholic Church’s Response to the Protestant Reformation The Church had two tactics: Reform the Church from Within Stop the Spread of Protestantism
The Council of Trent (1545-1563) Purpose: The Church held three meetings to discuss reform AND define dogma (official teachings) But many teachings were not changed, and were instead reinforced; the ideas of the Protestants were rejected
The Inquisition Why? General purpose was to discover heretics (mostly Jews and Muslims, but also Protestants), reinforce Catholic doctrine, and prove the power of the Church
The Inquisition When? 1400s-1800s
The Inquisition Where? Mostly Spain and Italy Different variations took place across Europe, but it was most notorious in Spain. Ironic! (These places were strongholds of Catholicism)
The Inquisition How? The accused were put on trial and were guilty until proven innocent… Torture was used to elicit confessions
Created by: JImmyjet81