HIS 4b Lecture 9 Catholic Reformation or Counter-Reformation

HIS 4b Lecture 9 Catholic Reformation or...

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Unformatted text preview: 2-5Catholic Reformation or Counter-Reformation• Catholicism responded to the Protestant Reformation in 2 ways• reformation would have taken place whether there was a Luther or not• reformation was a counter to protestantism• Northern Piety• Brethren of the Common Life• Rome• Oratory of Divine Love• Clerics and laymen who get together to increase their faith• Theatines• organization of church officials to do community service• created by the Pope • new emphasis on social service by monastic orders• by the early 6 c. monastic orders divide to 2 groups• Observants• renewed piety• people insist that they keep to the orders to their particular monastic rules• social service• orders begin to be founded based on both• Ursulines• spiritual living should be serving the world• greatest teaching order for women• focus on the reform within the church• spirituality, service, discipline• Influence of Northern Mysticism• Humanism• Erasmus• the church is not preaching appropriately...
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