Reformation Timeline

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  • Dec 2, 1509

    Erasmus writes The praise of Folly

    Erasmus writes The praise of Folly
    The paise of folly written in 1509, Erasmus humorostly criricized aspect odf his society that he believed were most in need of reform
  • Oct 31, 1517

    Martin Luther post the 95 theses

    Martin Luther post the 95 theses
    Marti luther present a list of 95 theses, that object to he church practice of indulgences. The publication of Luther's theses began the protestan reformation.
  • Jan 3, 1521

    Martin Luther is excommunicated

    Martin Luther is excommunicated
    THe vatican published the bull Decet Romanum Pontificem, excommunicating MArtin Luther for Luther's refusal to recant.
  • Dec 5, 1528

    Archbishop of Canterbury annuls King Henry VIII's marriage

    Archbishop of Canterbury annuls King Henry VIII's marriage
    King Henry VIII decide to annul his marriage to Catherine. in 1528 the archbishop of Canterbury annuls king Henry VIII's marriage.
  • Dec 5, 1534

    Henry VIII completes the English break from the Catholic church by establishing the Church of England

    in 1534 Henry VIII completes the English break from the Catholic Church.
  • Dec 2, 1536

    John Calvin " Institutes of the Christian Religion "

    John Calvin " Institutes of the Christian Religion "
    He published the "IOFCR" a summary of Protestant thought.
    This work inmediately gave Calvin a reputation as one of the new leaders of Protestantism.
  • Dec 13, 1545

    Cathilic Cardinals begin meeting as the Concil Trent

    Cathilic Cardinals begin meeting as the Concil Trent
    The popes were supposet to be the spiritual leaders of the Catholic Church. As leaders of the papal Stantes, .
    The Council of Trentbetween December 13, 1545, and December 4, 1563 in twenty-five sessions for thre
  • Dec 2, 1547

    Henry VII died

    Henry VII died
    Henry died in 1547, he was succeeded by Edward VI , a sickly 9 year old, the son of his 3 wife. During Edwar;s reign, church officials who favored Protestant doctrines moved the Church of England als called The Anglican Church