an official pardon given by the pope in
return for money in the Middle Ages;
people could pay the Catholic Church
forgiven for their sins, a practice
opposed by Martin
to go to heaven, in religious terms
the term used to describe Luther's
break with the Church and the
movement it inspired
refers to Christian groups that
separated from the Catholic Church.
During the time of the Protestant
Reformation, Protestant groups
protested or questioned beliefs and
practices of the Catholic Church.