Religion timeline by Isabella

Timeline created by IsabellaDuggan
  • The black nazareene

    Arrival of the Black Nazarene in Manila, Philippines from Acapulco, Mexico
  • Our lady of peace and good voyage

    The arrival of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage from Manila going to Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines
  • The coonan cross oath

    The Coonan Cross Oath was taken by a group of Saint Thomas Christians against the Portuguese.
  • Battle of vienna

    Battle of Vienna. Decisive victory of the army of the Holy League
  • Condemnation of Jansenism

    Encyclical Unigenitus Encyclical Unigenitus condemns Jansenism
  • Patriarch of Antioch

    Pope Benedict XIII recognized Cyril VI as the legitimate Patriarch of Antioch and recognized his followers as being in full communion with the Catholic Church
  • first women as professors

    Pope Benedict XIV,appointed first women as professors to Papal Universities in Bologna, reformed canonization procedures, intellectual open to all sciences.
  • the first Korean Catholic

    Baptism of the first Korean Catholic
  • Christianity Banned

    Queen Dowager Jeongsun bans Christianity from Korea.
  • Ludwig's Pupil

    Ludwig van Beethoven finishes his Missa solemnis, started in 1819, and dedicates it to his friend and pupil, Archduke Rudolf of Austria, archbishop of Olomouc.
  • the fundamental laws of inheritance

    Gregor Mendel, Augustinian friar, scientist, and father of genetics, begins experiments that lead to the fundamental laws of inheritance.
  • Doctor of the Church

    St. Francis de Sales is made a Doctor of the Church
  • The Dream of Gerontius

    Edward Elgar sets to music Cardinal John Henry Newman's The Dream of Gerontius.
  • Holy Year

    Holy Year proclaimed by Pope Pius XI. John Vianney, French priest referred to as the Cure d'Ars, is canonized by Pope Pius XI.
  • The Assumption of Mary

    The Assumption of Mary is defined as dogma by Pius XII
  • Pope John Paul II

    Duns Scotus beatified by Pope John Paul II.
  • Mary MacKillop canonized

    Mary MacKillop, Australian nun of Scottish descent, is canonized by Pope Benedict XVI. She is the first Australian saint to be canonized. Also canonized is Holy Cross lay brother, Andre Bessette of Montreal, Canada, whose efforts and inspiration led to the building of Saint Joseph's Oratory, Montreal.
  • Pope Francis Elected

    Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina elected as Pope Francis and is the first Latin American and the first Jesuit to be elected Pope.
  • Russian Orthodox Church

    Pope Francis accused the Russian Orthodox Church of attempting to manipulate other religions (denominations) in Ukraine.