The Catholic Counter-Reformation was in response to the Protestant Reformation. Its goal was to reform the Catholic Church from within.
The goals of the Counter Reformation were to change or convert the new land's religion into catholicim. And guess what?? I'm only 10! XD ^^
How did the Reformation in Great Britain affect the colonization of the New World? Explain.
they introduced a new catholic religion
Wikipedia would probably be the easiest website to locate in order to find out information about counter reformation; however, that does not mean it would be the most accurate source. There are hundreds of articles out there about counter reformation, you just have to know where to look. Websites like Britannica and New Advent (it is a Catholic encyclopedia website) would be much more accurate and provide more information on the topic of counter reformation (also known as Catholic Reformation).
what was the goal of england in the new world
I guess you mean the Catholic counter-reformation. Its main legacies are new monastic orders, especially the Jesuits and the Capuchines, Baroque art, and the Gregorian calendar.
to obtain wealth
The Protestant Reformation
To find the New World. ================= No. The "New World" had already been "discovered." Jacques Cartier's main goal was to find a passage through North America to the Pacific Ocean.
to find the "new world"
The Reformation had a profound effect on settlement of the New World in the 16th and 17th centuries, especially by accelerating and otherwise encouraging it. The primary reason for this effect is that many religious persons in the Old World sought to escape from religious persecution through escape to a new land offering greater independence and freedom.
Which explorer discovered the mouth of the St. Lawrence River in the New World?
The renaissance The protestant reformation The discovery of the New World The enlightenment The french revolution
He wrote new Latin and Gtreek editions of the New Testament, which raised questions which led to the Reformation.
The Counter-Reformation, i.e. in response purely to the Protestant Reformation, was not a great success, as few lands were won back to the Catholic Church during the period 1555-1648, even during the Thirty-Years war when there were good opportunities. The Catholic Reformation, or Catholic Revival, on the other hand was. By the end of the period there was a stronger papacy, and a reduction in the secularisation of the clergy. Nepotism had all but been abolished, pluralism was, and the Jesuits and some of the older orders had won new converts in the New Worlds. The clergy were being better educated in how to lead the laity, and the laity in what their faith was about, as a result of seminaries and a catechism programme respectively.
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The Protestant Reformation led to the creation of new faiths, while the Catholic Reformation involved changes to an existing faith.
to convert natives to Christianity
no but he discoverd a new world
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