Counterreformation - publicly executed Trial of Galileo N No more indulgences S Stop spread of Protestants 30 Years’ War-Hapsburgs(Catholic

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The Catholic Church Reformed Its S.I.N.S. S. Society of Jesus (Jesuits) proselytized for Catholic Church I. Inquisition : church court to punish Protestant heretics The Inquisition was run by the inquisitor-general, who established local courts of the Inquisition. Accused heretics were identified by the general population and brought before the tribunal. The were given a chance to confess their heresy against the Catholic Church and were also encouraged to indict other heretics. If they admitted their wrongs and turned in other aggressors against the church they were either released or sentenced to a prison penalty. If they would not admit their heresy or indict others the accused were publicly introduced in a large ceremony before they were
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Unformatted text preview: publicly executed. Trial of Galileo N. No more indulgences S. Stop spread of Protestants: 30 Years’ War-Hapsburgs (Catholic rulers of Holy Roman Empire) fight Protestant princes in N’ern German sity-states Q: Whose Protestant teachings had spread to princes in N’ern German city-states? Q: What do you think would be a better way than war to handle a situation where people in 1 country have different religions? Reformation in France-French king makes Edict of Nantes- first religious freedom law-Huguenots (French Protestants) Reflection: Look at what the Catholic Church did in the Counter Reformation. What things do you agree with? What things do you disagree with?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course HISTORY US History taught by Professor Bevington during the Spring '09 term at Franklin Pierce.

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Counterreformation - publicly executed Trial of Galileo N No more indulgences S Stop spread of Protestants 30 Years’ War-Hapsburgs(Catholic

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