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Department
Religious Studies
Course
RELG 205
Professor
Antone Minard
Semester
Fall

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Religion 205 January 18, 2013  • Reformation: reform of the catholic church o Broken in half o Started out among Catholics, Martin Luther (born Catholic, raised, became a  monk)  Not an external movement • Reform within that didn’t break it completely o Meant to cause change but don’t have the dramatic antagonism  o Always are politics when there is a group of people  Personalities and relationships • Broad movements o Ursuline movement   Decided there was a certain way of being Catholic that they wanted to see  the church going in • Education and teaching • The church let them go on with it • Women teach children and help the poor o Areas where they wouldn’t threat anyone o Good works  Practical aspect of educating children while they are  young  Martin Luther said that they were not necessary for  salvation  o General community feeling  People think that it’s great   Way for the church to attack Luther’s position (not theologically)  o Reginald Pole – Cardinal Pole   Living male descendent of a reigning English monarch   Leaves England to ensure his survival (better claim than Henry VII) • Not a worldly astute politician – wanted to help the Church o Respected but doesn’t know how to push his agenda  • Counter­Reformation  o Reacting to the Reformation o St. Ignatius of 
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