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Church History overview

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CHURCH HISTORY
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Pentecost
Edicts of Decius
Widespread & systematic persecutions
Edict of Milan
451
Council of Chalcedon.

359
"The whole world finds itself Arian,"
St. Jerome said, after emperor
Constantius ratified a heretic council.
476

The last Emperor in Rome
The leadership of the Catholic Church
The shaping of Europe
The roots of the Great Schism
Barbarian - Latin Catholicism in the West
Byzantine - Greek Orthodoxy in the East
496
Baptism of Clovis
Persecutions
Christendom
Heresies
Councils
Barbarians
New Evangelization
Martyrs & Confessors
Apostolic and apologetic fathers
Greek and Latin fathers
638
Desert fathers
Islam
Omar conquers Jerusalem
800
Charlemagne emperor
New Christendom
Monks
Benedictines and kings
Caesaropapism Feudalism Invasions Schism
843
Treaty of Verdun
1122
Concordat of Worms
Monastic reforms
Clunisian and Cistercian monks
1270
The last crusade
Crusades and inquisition
Mendicant orders, universities and cathedrals
1272
Thomas achieves the Summa
Friars and theologians
The plagues
1350
The Black death at its peak
The Western Schism in Avignon
The 100 year war
1470
The Sistine chapel
Renaissance
Humanists and artists
Christ's heart
at the heart
of human destinies,
their Passion and resurrection continued
until the end of times
Reformation schisms
Peace of Augsburg
1555
Counter-reformation
Contemplation
Mission
Charity
Teresa of Avila
John of the Cross
Therese of Lisieux
Ignatius of Loyola
Francis-Xavier
Vincent de Paul
Philip Neri
Francis of Sales
John Bosco
1625
Foundation of the Vincentian order
Enlightenment and revolutions
1789
The French Revolution
Spread of atheism
Vatican councils
1962
Opening of the II Vatican Council
Mary and new saints
The Early Church
Growth & Struggles
Modern Times
Middle Ages
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The Paschal Mystery

Thursday: Last Supper
Friday: Passion & Crucifixion
Sunday: Resurrection
After 40 days: Ascension

After Pentecost:

49 AD: Council of Jerusalem
50 AD: Pauline Epistles
64 AD: Martyrdom of Peter & Paul
70 AD: Destruction of the Temple
303 AD
Diocletian's persecutions
The last & cruelest
64-70 AD
Nero's persecutions
Martyrdom of Peter & Paul
Destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem
"The Church has once again
become a Church of martyrs."
John Paul II in 1994
Early heresies
Ignatius of Antioch
Clement of Rome
Polycarp of Smyrna
Justin Martyr
Irenaeus of Lyons
Cyprian of Carthage
Origen of Alexandria
Libelli
Apostates / Lapsi
Coliseum / Catacombs

Donatism
Gnosticism
Arianism
Pelagianism
Montanism
Galerius
Constantine
Theodosius

New persecutions...
100 to 200 million Christians persecuted
150 000 martyrs each year
More martyrs after the 20th century than ever before
New martyrs...
Josephine Bakhita
Maria Goretti
Edith Stein
Maximilian Kolbe
Marcel Van
Father Popieluszko
Oscar Romero
Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Armenians
Christeros
Tutsis
Tibhirine monks
New persecutors...
Communism
Fascism
Islamism
Old & new places...
Middle East (Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan...)
Africa (Algeria, Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan...)
Asia (China, North Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia...)
Ignatius & Polycarp
Felicity & Perpetua
Sergius & Bacchus
Athanasius
The Cappadoccians
John Chrysostom
Ambrose
Augustine
Cyril
Jerome
Leo I
Nicaea
Constantinople
Ephesus
Hermits/Monks - Eremitism
Solitude - Austerity
Asceticism - Mortification
Egypt - Syria
Apophthegmata Patrum
St. Anthony of Egypt
St. Symeon the Stylite
Coenobitism
Monasticism
St. Pachomius
St. Augustine
St. Basil
St. Benedict of Nursia
St. Gregory the Great

Western Evangelizers
1. St. Martin of Tours
2. St. Leo the Great
3. St. Patrick
4. St. Genevieve
5. St. Clothilde
6. St. Remy
7. St. Boniface
8. St. Augustine of Canterbury
9. St. Isidore of Seville
10. St. Cyrillus & Methodius
11. St. Vladimir

1. Angles & saxons
2. Franks
3. Allemanni
4. Lombards
5. Burgundians
6. Visigoths
7. Vandals
8. Huns

Final ratification of...

The Nicene Creed
The Hypostatic Union
The Holy Trinity
The Tome of Leo prevails

570: Birth of Muhammad
610: Koran revealed
622: Hejira towards Medina
624: Battle of Badir
630: Kabba instituted
632: Death of the Prophet
638: Umar in Jerusalem
730: Muslims in France !

718 The battle of Constantinople
732 The Battle of Poitiers
1492 The Reconquista
1683 The battle of Vienna
The Qur'an is the 3rd Testament
Christians have betrayed the Abrahamic Revelation
The ultimate blasphemy is to say that Jesus Christ is God
The ultimate paganism is to say that God is a Trinity
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