History of the Church
Theology II Semester Exam (Hans Li)
The Roman Empire
Chapter 1 Jesus and The Founding of The Church.
Chapter 2 The Early Christians
Chapter 3 Persecution of "The Way"
Chapter 4 The Church Fathers and Heresies
Chapter 5 Light in the Dark Ages
Chapter 7 The Great Schism
Chapter 9 The Crusades
Chapter 9 The Inquisition
Chapter 10 The High Middle Ages
Chapter 11 The Plague
Black death is a disease that were cureless during the thirteenth century. More than one third of the european people dead by it. Black death tore into the weakened populations of Europe from 1347- 1351. ( subsequent epidemics would occur regularly every ten years until the eighteenth century.) The plague laid waste to the political, intellectual, and economic leadership of Europe. Sometimes entire towns or monasteries would be destroyed by plague.
Chapter 11 The Hundred Years War
Chapter 11 Joan of Arc
Chapter 12 The Renaissance
Chapter 13 The Protestant Reformation
Chapter 13 The English Reformation
Chapter 15 Exploration and Missionary Movements
Chapter 16 The Age of Enlightenment
Chapter 19 The Rise of Soviet Communism
Chapter 19 The Rise of Nazism
Chapter 19 Pope Pius XII and World War II
Chapter 20 Vatican II
Chapter 20 Post St. Joan Paul II
Chapter 21 The Church of Immigrants to the U.S
Massive Catholic immigration from Europe to the United States began early in the nineteenth century and continued well into the twentieth century. The newcomers were attracted by the promise of work, land, and religious and political freedom. With the immigrants coming, the higher birth rate also had caused. But with the population growth, the anti- Catholicism and risen. Although the United states government is committed by its Constitution to religious toleration, Starting in the 1830s Catholic immigration and repaid Catholic population growth were greeted by the rise of anti-Catholic Nativism.