Theology 2 Second Semester Exam
History of the Church/ Sehyun Park W4
Background Chapter: 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
Chapter 11: The Hundred 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
In 1622, Pope Gregory the 15th founded congregation De propaganda Fide to promote and establish apostolic missions. There were many obstacles during new missionaries.
1. Too long distance 2. Climate extreme 3. Language/Cultural differences
4. Poor examples of many of the settlers.
Despite of this difficulties, including St. Francis Xavier and Fr. Bartolome de las Casas, many tried their hard on missionary.
Chapter 16: The Age of Enlightenment
Chapter 19: The Rise of Soviet Communism
Chapter 19: The Rise of Nazism
Chapter 19: Pope Pius the 12th and World War 2
Chapter 20: Second Vatican
1. The Dogmatic Constitution on the Church
-sets out collegiality, accruing to which the bishops, in union with and under the pope.
2. The Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation
-joins sacred tradition in Sacred Scripture as God's divinely inspired word with approval of the responsible use.
3. The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy
-opened the door to expanded use of vernacular languages and to liturgical adaptions.
4. The Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World.
-shows Pope Bl. John's hope that the Church be more into service of the world.