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Who was John Wycliffe?
Scholar at England's Oxford Univ. Translated Bible into English so people could read. This was revolutionary. His followers (Lollards) vandalized Church, etc. Mild punishment if calm his views. Died peacefully.
What was the Babylonian Captivity?
Exile of the popes at Avignon. Pope Clement V moved court from Rome to Avignon, only appointed French cardinals.
Ending the Great Schism
At Pisa, Italy, a church council wanted to unite Church under 1 pope. Ended up electing a third pope. Neither pope at Rome or Avignon would resign. In Constance, Germany, forced resignation of all 3 popes. Elected Pope Martin V.
Who was Jan Hus?
Slavs of Bohemia, Czechs. Jan Hus was a popular preacher and professor at the Univ. of Prague. Burned at stake as heretic. Inspired riots. His followers (Hussites) defeated crusaders against their rebellion. Compromise, eventually. Still, questions.
The Great Schism
Controversy between a forced election of an Italian pope, and a wanted pope. Question pope as a divine leader if there were two?
What are pilgrimates?
Journeys to holy places
What is Simony?
Selling of church positions