Study Guide for Chapter 11 - The Reformation and Counter-Reformation     Terms and People to Know

Sec 1. (pgs 352-361)

The Protestant Reformation   guilds   Modern Devotion   Gerard Groote    Imitation of Christ    vernacular   benefice    Address to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation    Martin Luther    Wittenberg   indulgence   Clement VI    Sixtus IV    Pope Leo X     Pope Julius II     Archbishop Albrecht of Mainz  John Tetzel   Charles V    Fugger family   John Eck     League of Cognac   Edict of Worms   Peace of Augsburg   
The Peasants Revolt                          


Sec 2. (pgs 361-366)

Cantons    Ulrich Zwingli    The Marburg Colloquy   Philip of Hesse   Tetrapolitan Confession  
Augsburg Confession   Heinrich Bullinger    Anabaptists   Conrad Grebel   The Swiss Brethren  Munster Jan Matthys  Jan Beukelsz    Menno Simons   Mennonites  Thomas Muntzer   Antitrinitarians   John Calvin  Guillaume Farel    Antoine Froment   Institutes of the Christian Religion    Geneva      Michael Servetus     

Sec 3. ( pgs. 366-374)

The Diet of Augsburg   Augsburg Confession   Schmalkaldic Articles  Christian II ( Denmark ) 
Gustavus Vasa ( Sweden)    Peace of Augsburg ( 1555)   The English Reformation  William Tyndale  
Henry VIII   Defender of the Faith    Catherine of Aragon    Anne Boleyn   Cardinal Wolsey  
Thomas Cramner   Act of Supremacy   Jane Seymour   Edward VI     Anne of Cleves  Catherine Howard   Catherine Parr    Edward Seymour   Book of Common of Prayer   Mary I ( Tudor)  Elizabeth I The Catholic Counter-Reformation   The Fifth Lateran Council    Theatines   Ursulines  Saint Teresa of Avila   Saint John of the Cross     Ignatius of Loyola   Jesuits    Spiritual Exercises The Council of Trent   
Caspar Contarini      


Sec 4. (pgs. 374-387
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Peter Melanchthon   On Improving the Studies of the Young   Genevan Academy   arranged marriages  
wet nursing    Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra   William Shakespeare  Lope de Vega  
Pedro Calderon de la Barca    Don Quixote  Hamlet   
 
Ideas to remember
• What were the main problems of the Catholic Church that contributed to the Protestant Reformation?
  What were the main ideas of Luther, Zwingli, and Calvin. ( Compare and contrast )
  Explain why the reformation began in Germany?
  Describe and explain the Catholic Counter Reformation.
  Describe and explain the Reformation in England.
  Describe and explain the effect the Reformation had on daily life.
 
 Essay Questions ( give specific examples to support your statements )
1.      Describe and explain the causes and effects of the Protestant Reformation.
2.      Describe and explain the Reformation in England.
3.      Describe and explain the Catholic Church's response to the Reformation?