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Evaluate the reaction of the Catholic Church to the Protestant Reformation.
The Protestant Reformation was the natural culmination of the abuses of the Roman Catholic Church. For centuries before the time of Martin Luther and the period recognized as "The Reformation", clergy and laity alike had complained of the abuses of the Church. Had the Church listened sooner, the abuses could have been rectified, and the protests could have been quelled. Once the Roman Catholic Church realized that something must be done (around the time Luther gained following), the Counter-Reformation came far too late. Certain programs/organizations meant to counter the Protestants lost…
- Charlemagne, a strong leader who unified Western Europe through military power and the blessing of the Church
- Evaluate the reaction of the Catholic Church to the Protestant Reformation.
- Reformation success, due to the Renaissance popes, or the church and a politically, socially and economically changing Europe?
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