At about the year 5 A.D. John the Apostle (The Beloved Apostle) was born
John was one of the 12 Apostles and was the only Apostle who stood by the side of Jesus while He was on His cross.
At about 100 A.D. John the Apostle died. (John is pre-congregational)
Doctor of the Church
Patron saint of Librarians
St. Brigid is the patron saint of: Ireland, milkmaids, Education, Poets, Artists, Writers, mothers, and children.
Doctor of the Church
Lived a very monastic life and loved to write about it.
St. Thomas Aquinas is the patron saint of students and all Universities.
Lily of Mohawks
Lived a life of extreme prayer and penance.
Served Leper colony in Hawaii.
Died of Leprosy.
Saint Pope John Paul II the Great is elected Pope of the Catholic Church.
Our current Pope, Pope Francis is elected leader of the Catholic Church.
The first Council of the Catholic Church. This Council was put together by Constantine who was an unbaptized catechumen.
A council put together by Pope Damasus to end Macedonian heresy.
Macedonians preached against the divinity of the Holy Spirit by calling it a created thing.
A Council of Ephesus was a gathering of Christian Bishops in Ephesus.
Called together by Roman Emperor, Theodosius.
This council discussed the divine and human aspects of Christ.
In this Council, it was decided that Christ is both divine and human and are united without change or division.
At the Council of Trent, 30 bishops met and discussed for 3 years, but it took 18 years for the work to take place.
The council discussed the importance of scripture and tradition, good works aided by grace, the seven sacraments, the hierarchical church, the divine institution of priesthood, transubstantiation, and the sacrificial character of the church.
In 1863, the works of the Council of Trent took place in the Church.
Vatican I took place after the Pope lost all political power.
This council describe the Pope's role in the Church.
Brought together by Pope John XXlll.
The purpose was to "update" the Church, specifically in the liturgy or the mass.
Using His divine power, Jesus ascended into Heaven.
(40 days after the resurrection).
3 days after Jesus' death, he rose from the dead.
This is when the promised Holy Spirit came to the Apostles.
(Birthday of the Church)
This is a proclamation that permanently accepted Christianity in the Roman Empire, put together by Constantine in Milan.
On March 27, 1378, Pope Gregory XI died and started a commotion.
A successor could not be chosen easily.
Odo Colonna is elected the new Pope in place of Pope Gregory XI.
Odo Colonna became Martin V, ending the Western Schism.
Martin Luther puts up his "95 Theses."
This is a time when Martin Luther tried to purify the Church.
The end of the reformation after the Treaty of Westphalia is made which ended the "Thirty Year War."