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Calcutt-Renaissance

Calcutt-Renaissance Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Renaissance rebirth and refers to the period of time following the Middle Ages
Reformation A reform movement against the Roman Catholic Church resulting in the creation of Protestant churches
Humanism the study of History, Literature, public speaking, and art that led to a new way of thinking and Europe and the late 1300
Excommunicate to cast out from the church
Indulgence a document given by the pope that excused a person from penalties for the sins that he or she committed
Patron a sponsor or supporter
Heresy religious ideas that oppose accepted church teachings
Flourish thriving, prosperous
Protestant a Christian who protested against the Catholic Church
Propaganda the spreading of ideas or information to further or damage a cause
Jesuits members of a Catholic religious order created to serve the pop and the church
Federalism the sharing of power between local governments and a strong central government
Created by: calcutts