The Roman Catholic Church was modernized by Vatican II.
Vatican II and sequelae win- Hands Down! use Holy Water before this salutation!
Roman Catholic AnswerIt was called the Schism of the East, when the Orthodox Church broke away from the Catholic Church.
all of the different christian religions along with catholic moved apart.
Advent begins the Liturgical year in the Roman Catholic Church
England's break from the Roman Catholic Church
Marian apparitions are authenticated using the details of the event. The apparition would need to have given a message which is consistent with the teachings of the Roman Catholic church. Additionally, evidence of a miracle is often required.
The First Communion (First Holy Communion) is a Roman Catholic ceremony. It is the colloquial name for a person's first reception of the sacrament of the Eucharist. Roman Catholics believe this event to be very important, as the Eucharist is one of the central focuses of the Roman Catholic Church.
Roman Catholic AnswerChurches in Rome are mostly named after the saints, or some name or event of Our Blessed Lord or His Blessed Mother. I have attached a list of the churches in Rome below:
the answer is a. if youre taking mr kollers class. and if not, it was Henry the 8th's (VIII) break from the roman catholic church.
Not in general, since there are a large number of Roman Catholics theroughout the world. Possibly you meant in a certain country after a particular event. If so, you need to specify.
When he created the catholic church.
The revolt of Martin Luther against abuses and teachings within the Roman Catholic Church. Specifically, the event where he nailed his so-called '95 theses' to the doors of The All Saints'Church in Wittemberg, Germany in 1517 AD.
It started with Martin Luther speaking out against the Roman Catholic churchOne event that began the Reformation is that Martin Luther posted theses when the printing press came into use.
There are many but chiefly the splitting of Martin Luther and his followers is a big one (because the Protestant movement started) and then again the Renaissance science hurt the catholic church along with all modern day science. Losing the crusades also didn't help.
Christianity was variously known as 'Catholic' and 'Orthodox' before the Great Schism of 1054, but it was this split that founded the Roman Catholic Church as a Church separate from the eastern Churches. The first major event that began the decline of the Roman Catholic Church was the Protestant Reformation. Not only was the Church no longer master over all of western Europe, it could no longer enforce its rules and decrees with impnity. Another event that contributed to the decline of the Roman Catholic Church, in fact to all Christian denominations, was the Enlightenment of the eighteenth century. The introduction of the contraceptive pill in the 1960s freed women from fear of unwanted pregnancies. This has had such a positive impact on the lives of modern women, that Catholics have adopted its use equally with non-Catholics, although the Roman Catholic Church teaches that its use to prevent pregnancies is sinful. Having experienced the freedom of rebelling against Church teachings, Catholics became more willing to question its other teachings. The advent of modern education has probably caused all the Churches much harm, especially in Europe. Well educated people tend to be far more likely to adopt atheism as their world view. Events that have recently gained much publicity and which are likely to have a major impact on the decline of the Roman Catholic Church come from within the Church itself. Hundreds of priests and other religious have been identified as perpetrators of sexual abuse against the children in their care. The Church could probably survive these revelations with minimal damage, but the real harm will be done by the attempts of the Church hierarchy to cover up the offences and to silence those who complain.
the council of constance tries to reform the catholic church
There were several events in 1054. One of them was the supernova known as SN 1054, which became the Crab Nebula, NGC 1952. Another was the East-West Schism that divided Christianity between the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
The primary event of this year with importance to Eastern Orthodox Christians was the Great Schism with the Western (i.e., Roman Catholic) Church. It should be noted, however, that this event is also dated to 1054 by other sources.
It is a religious event where the Catholic Church declares that a dead person is now a saint.
The leaders of each church mutually excommunicated each other.
The simplest answer would be the Protestant Reformation. This changed Europe from being united under the Roman Catholic Church to being divided between Catholicism and several Protestant groups, such as the Lutherans.
Roman Catholic Answerfrom the web page "History of Catholic church - renaissance and reformation" (see link below)England became a part of the reformation more through politics than theological debate. King Henry VIII (1509-47) needed an heir to the throne and with his wife was unable to produce one. The Pope would not grant a divorce and so Henry convinced Parliament to declare him head of the Church in England. Henry's daughter, Mary Tudor was a staunch Catholic and persecuted the Protestants. When Henry's other daughter, Elizabeth, inherited the throne, she tolerated the Catholics just enough so as not to irritate the Pope. When the English fleet defeated the Spanish Armada in 1588, the Anglican Church permanently replaced the Catholic one in England.
Luther and others opposed what they perceived as false doctrines and ecclesiastic malpractice by the Roman Catholic Church, especially the sale of indulgences. The reformers saw this as evidence of the systemic corruption of the Church's Roman Catholic Church hierarchy, which included the Pope. Luther nailed his "95 Theses" on the door of the Castle Church of Wittenberg, according to university custom. This was to promote discussion. Within two weeks, copies of the Theses had spread throughout Germany; within two months throughout Europe. The debate on many of the doctrines and devotional practices of the Catholic Church was then wide spread and eventually led to the creation of new national Protestant churches.
The most significant event of the Counter-Reformation was the Council of Trent. At the time it was the most important council that the Catholic church had held.
The right Baptism is the Baptism to the Orthodox Church . This is Because almost from the very beginning, Christians referred to the Church as the "One, Holy, Catholic (universal) and Apostolic Church". Today, in addition to the Orthodox Church, a number of other Christian churches lay claim to this title (including the Roman Catholic Church, the Anglican Communion, the Assyrian Church and the Oriental Orthodox Church); however, the Orthodox Church considers these other churches to be schismatic and, in some cases, heretical. In the Orthodox view, the Assyrians and Orientals left the Orthodox Church in the first few centuries after Christ, and later the Roman Catholics did the same, becoming the largest ever group to leave the Church. This event is known as the East-West Schism, and it is traditionally dated to the year 1054, although it was more of a gradual process than a sudden break.
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