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Transcript: Catholic Church How do they demonstrate their beliefs in Practice Westinghouse . (2012). Retrieved 3 10, 2012, from Hillerbrand, H. J. (2005). Encyclopedia of Religion. In H. J. Hillerbrand, Reformation (pp. p7656-7665. ). Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA,. Tankard, K. ( 2009, December 14). Luther's Reformation. Retrieved May 16, 2012, from The Time Traveller: •The catholic church put their beliefs to practice with baptism and praying. the Salvation army. St. Vincent de Paul . Redcross and all of the people that help the poor. How & why the Catholic Church was formed? Catholic Pray through making up one's own prayers or using prayers written by others, taking part in the Eucharist, reading the Bible, meditating on the rosary, contemplating the beauty of God's creation (Nature), meditating on a passage from the Gospels, sitting in silence before the tabernacle or doing something like singing hymns. Catholic Celebrate Their Belief They believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth.. They believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, the only Son of God. Jesus Rose again after death seated at right hand of father. God will come back down to earth create new heaven & earth How do Roman Catholics Celebrate & Pray The Catholic church was formed after the 16 century after the Reformation. The following section is from the book of Matthew. In this section Peter is assigned the first pope of the Catholic Church and therefore the Catholic Church is born Bibliography

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Transcript: Spanish Inquisition Although the Reformation was nothing like the Spanish Inquisition, but also has a great impact on Catholicism. Within the the Catholic Church at the time, things we were highly unfair and outrageous, causing the revolt of the reformers. When Martin Luther set up his "95 Theses" started revolt and was the first to question the authority of the Catholic Church. It did not take long for others to follow Martin Luther after reading his 95 Theses.The Reformation was the time for people to begin to speak up against the Church and as to how corrupt the church was at the time. These ideas eventually developed into a wider variety of individualism amongst people and increased even more once the Reformation ended. Located in Vatican City, lies Saint Peter's Basilica in dedication to the Apostle, Peter. It is palpable the absolute authority is extremely strict during the Spanish Inquisition. As the Inquisition began, Pope Sixtus was against the whola idea, but was threatened and persuaded into it. Thus, if a Pope could not speak up against such authority, then a simple peasant could not either. If a scholar were to ever speak up against such authority it would follow with immediate prosecution and with the tortures practiced on the victims, no one was willing to stand up. Catholicism in the 12th century was merely set on cleansing the religion to whatever extent it took. The state stopped being a social organizer and began to be concerned about the well-being of the public. Although the Spanish Inquisition slowly came to an end, no one was the main cause for its decline. The events that occurred later on in history was the main factor in the end of the Inquisition. Now that things have become less strict, 300 years later, people are starting to develope more of an individual standard against the Catholic church and government. How the church still affects us today Today in specifically the U.S, we have a separation between state and religion. Society today believes that everyone has a choice as to what they can believe in and no one can really tell them otherwise. In Catholicism Churches today there is either the traditional and more strict Catholic and the more modern and relaxed Catholic, either way they are both still Catholic. Nothing is forced upon a person no longer and religion is not mandatory. Although, Catholicism has changed drastically over time, complications of values and beliefs seem to be an issue today. Particular events, such as gay marriage and abortion often become a big controversy between the strict and not so strict group. Situations such as these are often referred back to traditional Catholicism. However, Catholicism cannot be no more reduced the way it is now and, in a way is still similar. It is impossible to change how people believe in the religion, cannot get rid of the tradition. Compared to what Catholicism was originally and how it is today is very acceptable in our standard society. Even though people will still disagree against the beliefs of the traditional Catholics, it is something that cannot be changed. People can rightfully believe in anything they choose, whether it be religious or not. From 1478, of the decline of the Roman Empire Inquisitions were used by Spaniards. Established by Catholic monarchs in 1232, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile, Spain. Ideas and beliefs originated from Thomas de Torquemada, Queen Isabella I confessor The use of the Spanish Inquisition was for both political and religious reasons, to maintain the Catholic orthodoxy in the kingdom. Crypto-Judaism a term used to describe the secret adherence to Judaism, but publicly practices another faith. The monarchs wanted to eliminate the specific group, by persuading Pope Sixtus IV. Although against the Inquisition the Pope was highly pressured by the monarchs into following through with the plan. Immediately prosecutions were placed on February 6, 1481, from there the Inquisition grew rapidly in the Kingdom of Castille. All accusations could be placed on anyone, everyone could blame anyone they choose. Various types of torture methods were placed upon many victims, whether it was a minor punishment all tortures were brutal. The Inquisition was abolished during the reign of Napoleon, but was reduced of several events provoked by the French Revolution. Death numbers inflated to about 9 million people killed. Work Cited Catholicism REFORMATION The Catholic Church today In the 16th century was the time of the Catholic empire. The protestant Reformation was the cultural, political, religious, intellectual upheaval that broke up the Catholic

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Transcript: Catholicism Now How did the Catholics help change America In the 19th Century Catholic Churches was a small tight community. Searching for expansion they were knocked down by the Government and was fighting for human rights (Fox,2009). Cecil Calvert- Once settled in Maryland in 1634. He was the founder of Catholic Colony. A school and a church were being built. Our Lady of Lourdes. (n.d.). Retrieved April 29, 2015, from Fox, R. (2000, January 1). The Catholic Church in the United States of America. From There are many conflicts in the church. The Vatican II laws had broken between the "liberal and "conservative" Catholicism Which divided the church. Strong beliefs and thoughts were being addressed such as: abortion, premarital sex, divorce, and even birth control. During the Revolutionary War 1% of the Catholic population supported the patriots and made great contributions. Catholics served their country fighting in two world wars in the first half of the twentieth century, Education- Bishop Carrol and other Bishops from other countries help labored to provide Schools for Catholic children. American Indians and African-Americans were embraced by the Catholic churches. About the Church Located: 532 E Stein Hwy, Seaford, DE 19973 Religious Education Youth Ministry from pre-K to High School. By: De'Andria Farlow Catholic Churches in America Mission Statement: We, the Body of Christ, members of Our Lady of Lourdes, come together in prayer to evangelize by word and deed, and to lead others to GOD through our example, and to answer the needs of the people by charitable works. We are dedicated to the sanctity of life, promoting social justice, and are ready to defend the faith. Cited Our Lady of Lourdes My Experience

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Transcript: Cultural Scene Overall it was a nice service, and I learned a lot more about the structure of Catholic services, but I really couldn't get comfortable for some reason. Maybe it was because I didn't know a lot or because of some of the people, but I couldn't quite put my finger on it. Maybe I would go back if I had someone in my family to help me follow along, but otherwise I'm ok at my church. The structure of the service is set up a lot like the Lutheran church. They had scripture readings, confession, a sermon, prayers, offering and communion. But the way they did some of those things was pretty different. I was most comfortable during the sermon and prayers because they were things I was familiar with, and the general message was the same. When I met up with my aunt and uncle after the service they were able to explain things a little better too. Cultural Scene I went to the church my grandparents, aunt and uncle attend. It's a more modern looking Catholic church, but the services are still pretty traditional. The service I went to was on a Saturday afternoon, and there were people of all ages; families, middle aged people, elderly couples. It didn't seem like there were many visitors there, and I meant to sit with my aunt and uncle, but i got there later than planned so I sat nearer to the back. Visiting a Catholic Church I wasn't exactly sure what to expect during this service. It wasn't quite as cut and dry as some of the more traditional cathedrals, but I knew we'd be kneeling at some points which I actually really liked. I thought the Father would be giving the entire service, but 2 people from the congregation were brought up to read scripture, just like at my church. Communion was also very different. They brought it to the pews and you would get out on the end, receive it and then go back and sit down. That was something that really surprised me. Also, women were helping distribute communion, which was very different for me At the core, Catholics and Lutherans believe a lot of the same things. I wish I was more exposed to how they worship, and how other denominations do as well. I think part of my discomfort came from my ignorance and I think that's usually what happens in a lot of situations like this. In the future, just because I'll be working in a Lutheran school doesn't mean I won't have students from other religious backgrounds. I want to incorporate things they learn and do in their services into my classroom as well, because I think it would be interesting and useful to learn about their different traditions. A Learning Experience What Happened? My mom was raised Catholic, and she converted when she married my dad. However, a large portion of her family is still Catholic, and they talk about it sometimes. So, I wanted to see what a service was like Because I came in right when the service was starting, I already felt a little uncomfortable. I came in and sat near the back, but I could still feel some people looking at me. While most of our beliefs are the same, the atmosphere felt really different. I felt very out of my comfort zone as the service went on, and tried to follow along, but I didn't know all the traditional passages or responses and they weren't printed on the bulletin. I was least comfortable when I first came in and had to try and find a seat quick and it was crowded and a lot of people were looking at me like I should know better. I also didn't feel comfortable when I couldn't follow along with what was going on because I didn't have the responses memorized and they weren't in the bulletin. Least Comfortable Setting the scene Most Comfortable Why I chose it? Order of service

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Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.

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