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History Of Reconciliation by Peter Bol

By pbol24
  • Period: 100 to

    History Of Reconceliation

  • 150

    The Apocalypse of Peter, states that sinners will be punished in Hell

    The Apocalypse of Peter, states that sinners will be punished in Hell
  • 150

    The four offical Gospels assume their final form

  • 300

    Vatican I, first plans

  • 325

    Council of Nicaea, It was stated that the bishop was in control of gravel sins.

  • 408

    Christianity popularity increased significantly

    types of reconciliation were defined as
    1. Baptism (removing sins) ,
    2. Daily prayer and fasting,
    3. Formal once-in-a-lifetime remission through public penance.
    Post 430 (the death of Augustine)-
    1. Presbyters given power to forgive sins, 2. Leo the Great (objected to public confession and penance)
  • Jan 1, 610

    New Invetion

    Pretzels were invented by an Italian monk who used them as rewards to children who learnt their prayers
  • Jan 1, 912

    The Time where the Normans became Christians

  • Jan 1, 1215

    Fourth Lateran Council

    emphasis on a more personal confession, rather than public penance. Also, now, anyone who broke the seal of confession was deposed from priestly office and punished. Repetition of absolution was now accepted in society.
  • Jan 1, 1521

    Baptism of first Catholics in the Philippines

  • first International Eucharistic Congress was held in Lille, France.

  • Start of World War I

  • World War II

  • End of World Wat II

  • Ecumenical Council

    Ecumenical Council of the Vatican (II). It formulated and promulgated 16 documents — two dogmatic and two pastoral constitutions, nine decrees and three declarations — reflecting pastoral orientation toward renewal and reform in the Church, and making explicit dimensions of doctrine and Christian life requiring emphasis for the full development of the Church and the better accomplishment of its mission in the contemporary world.
  • Vatican II - Lumen Gentium - emphasised that penitents are reconciled with God and the Church community through the Sacrament of Penance.

  • confession and reconciliation was restored to its original social dimension. Thus, they restored liturgies, which helped people

  • The first International Eucharistic Congress was held in Lille, France.