Eastern Catholic Churches

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  • Protestantism Research Paper

    Protestantism is a form of Christian faith and practice. It originates with the Protestant Reformation, which stands a movement against what its supporters considered to be faults in the Roman Catholic Church. Within Protestantism exists three major divisions of Christendom, Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodoxy and Anglicanism. These can be considered independents from the Protestant Religion. Originating in Germany and founded in 1517, however, there is standing now over 800 million Protestants…

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  • Spanish Inquisition Research Paper

    The Spanish Inquisition is a period of time in Spain when the Catholic Church and the king and queen decided to torture innocent civilians to keep people in the church and believing in their faith. They thought they were being godly. The torture methods they used on the innocent people they considered sinners decreased the population of people in Spain trying to save their souls. The Spanish Inquisition happened between the 12th century and the 19th century. It went on for about three hundred…

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  • Religious Identity In Medieval Europe

    In the Medieval Europe different religious identities emerged which formed unique groups within society. The development of mysticism influenced the creation of women’s communities, especially the Beguines. In Bohemia, Jan Hus sparked the Czech Reformation against the papacy which brought about the Moravian Church. Mysticism led to the Beguine community of unmarried, lay women in the Low Countries. The Beguine movement began in the early 12th century and grew rapidly to the point where houses…

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  • Effects Of Martin Luther's 95 Theses

    In 16th century Worms, Germany, Martin Luther first published his 95 theses which questioned the authority of the Catholic Church. One of his main points of contention with the Catholic Church was the selling of indulgences; indulgences, the Church promised, would essentially help you buy your way into Heaven by cutting down on your time in Purgatory. Luther contested that this was merely a way for the Church to line its pockets with its people's money and brought his grievance to the public,…

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  • The Tudor Dynasty During European Reformation

    Tudor Project Essay By: Abigail Bingham The Tudor Dynasty was a very famous dynasty during the European Reformation. The monarchy was different and very diverse from other dynasties. They did a lot for Europe in many ways. They gained power, wealth, and land. They also established a church and started the Act of Supremacy. They became involved in a lot of secular and nonsecular affairs. The Tudor Dynasty was the influence and guide for Europe at the time. The topics that are the most important…

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  • Art Chapter 14 Analysis

    1) This module covers three chapters, chapter 3 covers the themes often seen in art, chapter 14 travels back in time to explore the types of art created by people of the ancient worlds around the Mediterranean Sea and chapter 15 ends things with a look at the rise of Christianity and the formation of Europe. In chapter three some of the common themes seen in art are discussed, these themes include religion, politics and society, stories and history, what it’s like being human, and of course…

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  • Compare And Contrast Galileo And Copernicus

    Galileo and Copernicus Galileo Galilei and Nicolaus Copernicus have both made significant contributions astronomy, physics, and mechanics. They have helped to mold modern astronomy and revolutionize science to lead it where it is today. Copernicus was born 91 years before Galileo in Torun, Poland. His father died when Copernicus was just 10. He was then raised by his uncle, who later became the bishop of Varmia. His early life consisted of attending 4 different universities including the…

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  • Requiem For A Spanish Peasant Summary

    The war was between the Republicans, who were also known as the leftist and the nationalists (also known as right-wing). The right-wing were led by the army and had the support of the Catholic Church, counterrevolutionaries (monarchists) and landowners. The most important issues that led to the Spanish Civil War happened in 1930, when Spain lost all of its empire and was left behind the rest of Europe, industrially. This led to a division…

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  • King James I: The First Stuart Family

    Before the Stuart’s reign, the Tudors and English Parliament worked hand in hand. After Queen Elizabeth I’s death in 1603, the Tudor line was over, and the English crown was handed to the Stuarts. The first Stuart monarch, James I, started the conflict between his soon to be dynasty and Parliament. The Stuart family had a tumultuous relationship with Parliament during the 17th century due to the lack of dutiful rulers like James I and Charles I, with the exception of Charles II. James I was an…

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  • Michael Praetorius Biography

    Michael Praetorius was born on February 15, 1571, at Kreuzberg in Thuringia. He was a German composer, a theorist, and an organist. “He was the most versatile and wide ranging German composer of his generation and one of the most prolific, especially of works based on Protestant hymns.” Syntagma musicum is one of the main reasons why Praetorius is important as a theorist. His father was a “zealous Lutheran clergyman,” and also had the name of Michael. The Michael Praetorius, his father, came…

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