Jesus was born in a manger in a stable, in Jerusalem, born from the Virgin Mary and of God
St Peter is Ordained
St Peters gets ordained by Jesus, To be the first Pope or bishop of the church
Crucifixion of Jesus
Jesus was persecuted by the Romans and crucified on the cross
Saul goes on the road to Damascus but gets shown a vision of God, then after he converts to Christianity, after despising them for so long
Paul's Missinary Journeys
Paul seeks out to exclaim the Lord's word out with 4 executive missionary trips across the land.
Siege of Jerusalem
Titus, a Roman general at the time decided to destroy the Christian temple in Jerusalem. they did capture the temple and destroy it
Constantine becomes emperor
Constantine the great became emperor and was a great help to Christianity, as he converted.
Constantine had seen a cross in the sky as did his army. he saw this as a spiritual sign and converted to Catholicism
The Spread of Christianity
In the middle east, in Europe, Christianity began to spread across the land and being adopted by missionaries, merchants, and soldiers. This ends the persecution of Christians in the Roman empire
Renouncement of Galileo's Teachings
The Catholic church forces Galileo to stop spreading that the world actually revolves around the sun, other than what the bible says
This was when Robert Boyle, a Christian, began to test his religious philosophy and to discover many things like chemistry
Isaac Newton was born
Isaac Newton born in a Christian family by the name given. Galileo has died in the same year so he believe that the scientific mantle fell upon him, so he became interested in mathematics, physics, etc.
When we began to look past superstition and began to look at the world more logically. we stopped discriminating on ideas that we believed were to be blasphemy because it was other than in the Bible. led to scientific, political and advances.
Vincent De Paul helps the poor
he escapes from persecuting Muslims and pirates and converting a nice man from Islam to Christian, he worked as a priest and was very charitable
Return of the Prodigal Son
Rembrandt completes an art piece depicting Return of the Prodigal Son.
Bach creates music for God
Bach created his music for god, as a composer and after around 260 years of being still lifting our hearts with his music.
Bible in all languages
Benedict XIV allowed Bibles to be produced in their own tongues. this was to get the word of god out to as many people as possible
The modern church is where Catholicism does not take effect on liberals and politics
First public mass
First public mass celebrated by Fr Dixon in Sydney
First Catholic church
Construction of first Catholic church is a permanent building in Richmond, Tasmania
Australia's first bishop
Pope Gregory XVI appoints Fr Brfr Polding OSB as Australia's first catholic bishop
Bishop of Melbourme
Jame Alipius Goold appointed first Bishop of Melbourne
Divide of the Catholic Church
The Catholic Church in Australia is divided into provided and dioces
Founding of Sisters of St Josephs
Mary Mackillop and Fr Julian Tension Woods founded the sisters of St Joseph
First vatican council
The first Vatican Council was called by Pope Pius IX to use to fix problems like liberalism and materialism
St Vincent de Paul
First permanent St Vincent de Paul society established in Australia
First World War
War made by alliances, imperialism, militarism, nationalism.
St Patrick's cathedral
St Patrick's Cathedral in Melbourne was completed
Second World War
germany goes to war with almost every other country for the d
Mother Teresea wins nobel peace prize
She wins the Nobel peace prize by work undertaken in the struggle to overcome poverty and distress in the world