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Friday January 30 - Friday Catholic Reformation 1 Intro a Reform would probably have occurred anyway but the direction it took was a response to

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Friday January 30, 2008 Catholic Reformation 1. Intro a. Reform would probably have occurred anyway, but the direction it took was a response to Protestantism b. Change from Latin masses to other languages c. To reform Pious individuals, councils, and the Papacy i. Led by Papacy 2. Pious Individuals: Society of Jesus (Jesuits) a. Ignatius Loyola, 1491-1556 i. Founder of the Jesuits ii. Spaniard iii. Professional Soldier iv. 1521- hit in le by cannonball and during recovery, read spiritual books and had a conversion experience that reinforced his belief in the Roman Catholic Church that it was the way to salvation v. He stressed that the great gift of God is free will- the power to choose between salvation and damnation, god and devil, right and wrong vi. Stressed that education is critical to have discipline to be able to make these choices vii. Must discipline yourself, wrote a book called Spiritual Exercises viii. He went to the University of Paris to get his education 1. Same college as John Calvin
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2009 for the course HIST 1003 taught by Professor Zucker during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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Friday January 30 - Friday Catholic Reformation 1 Intro a Reform would probably have occurred anyway but the direction it took was a response to

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