New Religious Order
By: Tyler Bell & CJ Campbell
Essential Question: Does time unify people?
Period I (1545–47) - After struggle in reforming the council they came to a compromise for future declarations such as the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed. The Old and New Testament was the accepted doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church. They overruled Luther's views of the Roman Catholic Vulgate.Then transferred to Bologna to interrupt his work altogether.
Period II (1551-52)- Before war broke out and changed their minds the finished a decree that defined the Real Presence of Christ in opposition to the interpretation of Huldrych Zwingli, the Swiss Reformation leader. After that they started disciplining German Protestant.
Period III (1555-64) Pope Paul IV and Pius IV took charge in this period and restored peace in the middle ages. Their image of God within them is through the wine and bread. They defined Mass as a true sacrifice to the people through holy orders, matrimony,purgatory, indulgences, and the veneration of saints, images, and relics. Pius confirmed the doctrine and the revised the Bible.
Pope Paul III
Alessandro Farnese or Pope Paul III was the first pope of the counter reformation of the Roman Catholic Church.
Pope Paul IV
Gian Pietro Carafa was the Italian counter reformation in 1555 to 1559. He had an anti-Spanish that renewed the war with France and the Habsburgs.
Also known as Giovanni Angelo de’ Medici is the man who was elected pope and altogether brought religion into new order.
In conclusion, by the end of the century, many of the abuses that had motivated the Protestant Reformation had disappeared, and the Roman Catholic church had reclaimed many of its followers in Europe. So by this it proves the fact the time unify people.