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Anglicanism
The English Protestant movement that was embodied by Elizabethan statutes.
Catholic Reformation
The Roman Catholic response to Protestantism; the Council of Trent and the establishment of new religious orders were major elements of this movement. This was also known as the Counter-Reformation.
Consubstantiation
Lutheran concept of the Eucharist in which the body and blood of Jesus are mystically present at the Communion service.
Indulgences
The Roman Catholic doctrine that remits the temporal punishment (purgatory) due to sin.
Mysticism
An approach to spirituality that emphasizes direct communication with God and minimizes the need of the institutional church.
Predestination
Emphasized by John Calvin, it argues that God knew who would obtain salvation before those people were born.
Presbyterianism
Manifestation of Calvinism in Scotland under the leadership of John Knox.
Puritanism
English Protestant movement that was Calvinist influenced and determined to eliminate the vestiges of Romanism that existed in the Elizabethan Anglican church.
Transubstantiation
The Catholic view of the Eucharist in which the actual body and blood of jesus is present at the Communion of the Mass.
Tridentine
Relating to the decrees and ordinances of the Council of Trent, the major component of the Catholic Reformation.