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Q: What was the relationship between the baroque school and the counter reformation?
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What is the relationship between the Counter-Reformation and the movement known as the Baroque?

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What are Types and styles of Baroque period?

Aristocratic, Bourgeoisie, and counter/catholic reformation.


What is the difference between the Catholic Reformation and the Counter Reformation?

They are one and the same.


How did the Catholic Reformation differ from the Counter-Reformation?

They are the same. The Catholic Reformation is just a different name for the Counter Reformation.


How did the Catholic reformation play in the counter reformation?

The Catholic Reformation and the counter reformation are two expressions for the same thing.


Which is correct term Catholic Reformation or Counter Reformation?

It is usually referred to as the Counter Reformation but either term is correct.


How is the counter reformation related to the Protestant Reformation?

The counter reformation was the Catholic Church's way of fighting back against the protestants.


What is another name for the Catholic Reformation?

The Counter Reformation


What are the three legacies of the reformation of the catholic church in the Renascence time period?

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.


When was League for Catholic Counter-Reformation created?

League for Catholic Counter-Reformation was created in 1967.


Do you capitalize counter reformation?

No


What was a goal of the counter reformation in the new world?

The Catholic Counter-Reformation was in response to the Protestant Reformation. Its goal was to reform the Catholic Church from within.


What did the Reformation and the counter-reformation lead to?

less religious tolerance.


What are some of the effects of the counter- reformation on European society?

What are some of the effects of the counter- reformation on european society?


What does the term Counter-Reformation refer to?

It refers to the Catholic church's reaction to reverse (or counter) the Protestant Reformation.


What was the role of St. Francis of Assisi in the Counter Reformation?

Francis of Assisi was long dead before the Counter Reformation. He died in the 13th century and the Counter Reformation began in the 16th century


What was the counter-reformation or the catholic reformation?

Counter-reformation is the period of Catholic revival, from the pontificate of Pope Pius IV, to the close of thirty Years of war.


What era did Martin Luther's action spark?

The Reformation and the Counter Reformation


Is the Catholic reformation also known as the post reformation?

It is more generally referred to as the counter-reformation.


What was the most significant event of the counter reformation?

The Counter Reformation is also known as the Catholic Revival. The main parts of the reformation are religious orders and spiritual movements.


Where did the counter reformation take place?

The counter reformation took place in the 16th century in the HRE (Holy Roman Empire)


The Reformation and counter reformation led to?

There being more religions then just Catholic.


What was the name of the Council that started the Catholic Reformation counter reformation?

Council of Trent


What was the goal of the counter reformation?

To stop the spread of Protestantism. The Counter Reformation is a movement of internal renewal as well as a response to the spread of Protestantism.


What was the goal of the Counter-Reformation?

To stop the spread of Protestantism. The Counter Reformation is a movement of internal renewal as well as a response to the spread of Protestantism.