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The Weakening of the Catholic Church

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Rachael Murray

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The Weakening of the Catholic Church
The Two Causes for the Church to Weaken Were:
1. All of the Expensive Taxes
2. The Selling of Indulgences
(A penalty for committing a sin.)
Causes for the Weakening
The Catholic Church
The Church's Fall
Many people didn't like how the church got their money or how they spent it, so they just didn't pay the tax. A lot of people got upset by the church's selling of indulgences because only the richest people could afford it. People bought it to avoid penalty in the afterlife.
The Catholic Church separation lasted from 1378 to 1417, this was known as the Schism. Pope Clement V. wanted to move the Catholic government to Rome, Italy, Avignon, and then to France. There was a conference held by the Emperor from 1414 to 1418, and they were discussing about ending the Schism. Most people wanted a new Pope, and later on they picked a new Pope: Martin V. He started to unify the Catholic church.
The Catholic Church
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Standard 7.9.1
List the causes for internal turmoil in and weakening of the Catholic Church. (tax policies, and the selling of indulgences)
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Question #2
Question #3
How long did the Catholic Church separation last?
The church owned 1/5 to 1/3 of the land in Europe and they needed a lot of money to maintain the land. Since they needed a LOT of money to take care of the land, a heavy tax was enforced.
Taxes and the Sale
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Selling of Indulgences
The church owned 1/5 to 1/3 of the land in Europe.
About what fraction of the land did the Church own?
Why did people buy the indulgences?
To avoid penalty in the afterlife.
What were the two causes for the weakening of the Catholic Church?
Spielvogel, Jackson J. Medieval and Early Modern Times. Columbus: McGraw-Hill, 2006. Print.
Hart, Diane. Medieval and Early Modern times. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006. Print.
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