Essay on Roman Catholic Church

Lutheranism

I believe that Lutheranism was very revolutionary as it challenged the beliefs and practises of the Catholic religion. Its religious foundation was based entirely on the Bible and it changed many aspects of society within Germany which appealed too many of the different groups. However, Luther was not revolutionary himself and did not intend to […]

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Explain the religious reforms made by Mary I

When Mary seized the throne from the Protestant Lady Jane Grey, she wanted to re-assert Catholic doctrines and practices as well as a Catholic church hierarchy. GR Elton claimed she had, “… a passionate devotion to the catholic religion and to Rome.” Christopher Haigh also believed that the scale of Mary’s popularity reflected the considerable […]

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A Reflection: Communio Et Progressio

“Modern man cannot do without information that is full, consistent, accurate and true. Without it, he cannot understand the perpetually changing world in which he lives nor be able to adapt himself to the real situation. This adaptation calls for frequent decisions that should be made with a full knowledge of events. Only in this […]

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Grace by James Joyce

“The grace of God is infinite and eternal. As it had no beginning, so it can have no end, and being an attribute of God, it is as boundless as infinitude” (“Precious Grace”). With this description, how can one go through his or her life without desiring grace? James Joyce first published “Grace” in his […]

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