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1054 A.D. The Great SchismTension between the eastern and western churches had been growing for centuries. Follwing a botched diplomatic mission, the papal delegate excommunicated the ____ of Constantinople,
1054 A.D. The Great Schismwho then declared himself the head of the ___ Church.
1054 A.D. The Great SchismThis division between between the churches still exists today, although (this man) has made significant progress in ecumenism with the Orthodox Church.
1096 A.D. Urban II calls the First CrusadeThe Pope calls this crusade in order to free the Holy Land from the Turkish ___.
1096 A.D. Urban II calls the First Crusade.Although the first crusade enjoys some limited, temporary success, the crusades are a military (success/disaster) and a moral (success/failure).
1096 A.D. Urban II calls the First CrusadeThe Crusades open trade routes with the Far East. they also led to increased contact with Muslim scholars who had access to some works of Greek ___ that had been lost to the West during the Dark Ages.
1096 A.D. Urban II calls the First CrusadeThese newly available sources eventually led to the renewal of medieval philosophy, which made Thomas ___'s work possible. Also, during this period the church begins to develop the just war theory.
1122 A.D. Concordat of WormsA concordat is an agreement between a secular ruler and the ___.
1122 A.D. Concordat of WormsThis concordat abolished ___, so secular authories like kings and emperors could no longer appoint bishops and other church officials.
1122 A.D. Concordat of Worms This agreement marks the beginning of the ___ of church and state.
1347 A.D. The Arrival of the Bubonic PlagueFleas on ___ spread the plague
Date/EventAnswerDescr./Signif.
1347 A.D. The Arrival of the Bubonic Plaguewhich kills (fraction) of the population of Europe.
1347 A.D. The Arrival of the Bubonic PlagueSociety was destabilized, especially commerce and education. The death of many priests led to the ___ of priests who are not very well educated, and esteem for the church is lowered.
1347 A.D. The Arrival of the Bubonic PlagueThe church refines its theology and spirituality of death. The idea of ____ ____ (remember that one day you will die) becomes a part of Catholic devotion.
1347 A.D. The Arrival of the Bubonic PlagueThe idea of (previous answer) becomes a part of Catholic devotion, promoted by Thomas a Kempis in his book The _____ of ______. The concepts of purgatory and judgment become more clearly defined.
1456 A.D. The Invention of the Printing Press_______ ______ invents a press with movable type.
1456 A.D. The Invention of the Printing Press(Catholic Book) and other books can be produced more quickly and cheaply, so they are available to more people. The middle class of merchants begins to become better educated. Literacy increases in the population as a whole.
1456 A.D. The Invention of the Printing PressThe increase in literacy and the availability of Bibles allows more people to read the Scriptures. People begin to develop individual ____ of the Bible and to question church teaching.
1456 A.D. The Invention of the Printing PressThis movement toward a more theologically literate society acts as a catalyst for the ______ ______ and the Enlightenment.
1531 A.D. The Appearance of the Blessed Virgin Mary at TepeyacMary appears to ___ ____, a poor Aztec peasant, and directs him to tell the bishop to build a church on a hillside outside Mexico City.
1531 A.D. The Appearance of the Blessed Virgin Mary at TepeyacThis is accompanied by two miracles: ___ growing on the hillside in winter, and the image of Mary appearing on Juan's ___.
1531 A.D. The Appearances of the Blessed Virgin Mary at TepeyacMary appears as a native woman, that is, with Indian features and clothing. Her appearance signifies God's love for all peoples, and that the indigenous peoples are to be treated with respect. ___ ____ of ____ stills holds an important place in Latino spirituality.
Date/EventAnswerDescr./Signif.
1534 A.D. The Act of SupremacyThe English parliament passes an act establishing ___ as the head of the Church of England
1534 A.D. The Act of Supremacyand requiers all the people of England to take an ___ acknowledging his supremacy.
1534 A.D. The Act of SupremacyThe establishment of the ______ Church.
1534 A.D. The Act of SupremacyMany people are martyred for refusing to take the oath, including Sir ___ ___. Monasteries are suppressed and church properties confiscated by the crown. The Catholic Church in Great Britain is persecuted and oppressed for the next three centuries.
1545-1563 A.D. The Council of TrentThe Council is called to bring Catholics and _____ together in dialogue, and to state clearly the principal teachings of the Church. the Lutherans declined to attend the council, so the meetings concentrated on defining Catholic teaching and reforming the Church.
1545-1563 A.D. The Council of TrentThe decisions of the Council of Trent dominate Church life for the next (number) centuries.
1555 A.D. The Peace of AugsburgAfter years of religious wars in (country)
1555 A.D. The Peace of AugsburgCatholics and Protestants meet and agree that the religion of a particular region will be determined by its ('r' word). This agreement brings the religious wars to an end.
1555 A.D. The Peace of AugsburgThe King of ___ chooses to remain Catholic, and many monasteries are established in that region.
1555 A.D. The Peace of AugsburgThree centuries later, [previous answer adj.] monks establish _____.
1789 A.D. John Carroll is elected first U.S. bishopFor fear of anti-Catholic bigotry, the Vatican approves arrangements for the first bishop in the U.S. to be elected by the ____ rather than appointed by the Pope.
Date/EventAnswerDescr./Signif.
1789 A.D. John Carroll is elected first U.S. bishopCaroll established _____ University as well as the first seminary in the U.S.
1789 A.D. John Carroll is elected first U.S. bishopAlso, Carroll was elected in the same year that the U.S. Constitution was ratified and __ __ was elected the first U.S. president. This shows that the Catholic Church in America had a hierarchical structure from the very beginning.
1891 A.D. Leo XIII writes Rerum NovarumIn this ('e' word) Leo.....
1891 A.D. Leo XIII writes Rerum NovarumIn this [previous answer], Leo taught that workers had the right to just __.
1891 A.D. Leo XIII writes Rerum Novarum.... workers had the right to just [previous answer], decent ____ ____
1891 A.D. Leo XIII writes Rerum Novarum[previous two answers]... the right to organize ___ and to s__..
1891 A.D. Leo XIII writse Rerum NovarumThis document is the foundation of the Church's s___ j___ t___.
1962 A.D. Opening of the Second Vatican Council(This man) calls an ecumenical council to bring the Church up to date and address the needs of the modern world.
1962 A.D. Opening of the Second Vatican CouncilThe council brought about many changes in the Church, especially with regard to l___, lay p____, and e____.

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