Chapter 14

Main

Cardinal Francisco Jimenez De Cisneros

1436 - 1517

Lucas Cranach the Elder

1472 - 1553

Angela Merici

1474 - 1540

The Marriage of Maximilian I and Mary of Burgundy

1477

Almost 30,000 pounds were bequeathed to Religious Foundations

1480 - 1490

Treaty of Arras

1482

Martin Luther

1483 - 1546

Ulrich Zwingli

1484 - 1531

Ignatious Loyola

1491 - 1556

Olaus Petri

1493 - 1552

Charles V

1500 - 1558

Christian III

1503 - 1559

Martin Luther Enters the Monastery of the Augustinian Friars

1505

King Sigismund

1506 - 1548

Luther Was Ordained A Priest

1507

King Henry VIII

1509 - 1547

John Calvin

1509 - 1564

Luther Served as Professor of the Scriptures at the University of Wittenburg

1512 - 1546

Pope Julius Called the Lateran Council to Create Reform

1512

The Ecumenical Council Met in Rome

1512 - 1517

Lucas Cranach the Younger

1515 - 1583

The Theses had Been Translated into German and were Read Throughout the Empire

1517

Martin Luther's Thesis supposedly Posted on the Door of the Church at Wittenburg

1517

Luther studied the History of the Papacy

1518 - 1519

Zwingli Announced that he Would Preach Straight from the New Testament

1519

Luther Denied the Authority of the Pope

1519

Luther Worked Out the Basic Tenets that Became the Aritcles of Faith

1520 - 1530

Vasa Led a Successful Revolt Against Denmark

1520

Sweden Became Independent

1520

"Appeal to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation" by Luther

1520

The First Diet of Worms

1521

Luther was Supposed to be Excommunicated

January 3, 1521

Adrian VII

1522 - 1523

Gustavas Vasa

1523 - 1560

Major Crop Failures

1523 - 1524

Clement VII

1523 - 1534

Luther Translated the New Testament into German

1523

75,000 Killed in the Nobilities Repression of the German Peasant's Revolt

1525

"An Admonition to Peace" by Luther

1525

Battle of Pavia

1525

Crushing Defeat on the Hungarians

August 26, 1526

Henry Wanted his Marriage to Catherine of Aragon Anulled

1527

The Colloquy of Marburg was Summoned

1529

Turks Besieged Vienna

1529

Diet of Speyer

1529

"On Christian Liberty" Published by Luther

1530

The Act in Restraint of Appeals

1533

Calvin Converts to Protestantism

1533

Pope Paul III

1534 - 1549

The Supremacy Act

1534

Merici Established the Ursuline Order

1535

Henry Decided to Dissolve the Monasteries

1535

Popular Opposition in the North to the Religious Changes

1536

The Irish Parliament Approved the English Laws

1536

Loyola Secured Papal Approval for the New Society of Jesus

1540

The Counter-Reformation Begins

1540

Calvin Creates a Religious Society in Geneva

1541

"Genevan Catechism" by Calvin was Published

1541

Pope Paul III Established the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office

1542

76 People were banished from Geneva and 58 were Executed

1542 - 1546

The Council of Trent Met

1545 - 1563

Edward VI

1547 - 1553

"Spiritual Exercises" by Loyola

1548

Book of Common Prayer

1549

Michael Sevetus Publishes his Denial of the Christian Dogma of the Trinity

1550 - 1560

Mary Tudor

1555 - 1558

Charles Agreed to the Peace of Augsburg

1555

"The Institutes of the Christian Religion" by Calvin is Published

1559

Knox Sets to Reforming the Church

1559

Mary, Queen of Scots

1560 - 1567

Knox Persuaded the Parliament to Enact Legislation Ending Papal Autority

1560

The Council of Trent

1563

A Contribution of Bishops Approached the "Thirty-Nine Articles"

1563

The Tridentine Decree Tametsi

1563

Knox's "Book of Common Prayer" became the Directory for the Church

1564

The Papal Nuncio noted that 85% of the Population was Protestant

1585

The Identification of Poland and Roman Catholicism was well Established

1650