St. Anthony flees to the desert
St. Pachomius becomes the first abbot
Britain invites German tribes to defend themselves against the Picts
He returned to Ireland to evangelize its people. He was called "Apostle of Ireland".
The Roman Empire as it existed from 476 onwards based in Constantinople.
German Barbarian tribes began to rule
Odoacer overthrows the last western Roman Emperor
Germanic Christian beginnings
As things were falling apart, he wrote rules.
He left Ireland to evangelize Scotland. He was called "Apostle of Scotland".
A church council in Spain that condemned Arianism
Gregory the Great becomes Pope.
He was sent by St. Gregory the Great to evangelize England, "Apostle of England".
Mohammed receives his first "revelations"
Mohammed conquers Mecca
Muslims have conquered the Arabian peninsula
taught against the Iconoclastic heresy
Muslims have conquered the Middle East, Egypt and Libya
"Apostle of Frisia" evangelized Northwest Germany.
The Muslims conquered all of Spain
"Apostle of Germany" left Frisia to evangelize the rest of the Germans in 716.
crowns Charlemagne as Roman Emperor
splits the Holy Rome Empire into three parts
was a Benedictine monastery that restored medieval monasticism and renewed the faith of Europe.
was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by the Pope and strengthened the power of Germany.
He was "Apostle of the Russians" and was baptized in 989.
is created when Constantinople goes into schism
was a Cistercian who influenced kings, bishops and popes during the 12th century.
calls the First Crusade
The most organized and successful Crusade that reconquered Jerusalem.
used the Benedictine rule and lived a life of great penance.
founded the Franciscans to live a life of radical poverty and to preach the Gospel.
Instead of re - taking the Holy Land from Muslim rule, the 4th Crusade sacked Constantinople in 1204. The Crusaders were excommunicated for this by Pope Innocent III.
Genghis Khan ruled over the Mongolian Empire from 1206 - 1227 .
tried, but failed, to conquer Egypt, the center of Muslim power in the 12th century.
founded the Order of Preachers, also known as the Dominicans to study and preach the Gospel.
During the 6th Crusade (1228-1229), Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II reconquered Jerusalem.
Pope Gregory XI established the Inquisition.
was led by King St. Louis IX of France, but failed to achieve their goals
By 1250, the Mongolian Empire stretched from Korea to Eastern Europe.
were led by King St. Louis IX of France, but failed to achieve their goals.
Pope St. Celestine V resigned the papacy in 1296.
Pope Boniface VIII published Unam Sanctam in 1302 to teach that the French King Philip IV owed him obedience.
During the Avignon Papacy ( 1309 - 1377 ), the popes resided in France.
The Hundred Years War (1337 - 1453) was fought between France and England over the throne of France.
The Black Death (1347-1351 ) was a plague in which one third of the population died.
The Western Schism ( 1378 - 1417 ) was a schism in the Church in which two to three bishops claimed to be the true Pope.
St. Joan of Arc was burned at the stake, wrongly accused of heresy, in 1431.
by the Muslim Turks
He called for reform in the Catholic Church.
were called '' the Catholic monarchs '' by the Pope. They were the King and Queen of Spain from 1474 - 1504. They united Spain under one rule.
He was beheaded for his refusal to accept the king's divorce and the Church of England's split with Rome.