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Catholisims in Europe
Transcript of Catholisims in Europe
Hans Zeller AVil
Hitler, during the World War II, was considered an insane and arrogant profit by the German Catholic church, this was the first official denunciation of Nazism. On the other hand, is has been said that the Church supported Hitler because they were afraid that the church would be destructed by him.
It was characterized by secularization.
Maria Camila Garcés
Catholicism in Europe (1900-1950)
What is Catholicism?
Catholicism is the religion, belief or doctrine practiced by the Catholic Church followers, united by common traditions and beliefs, it is a branch of Christianity that emerged from Jewish apostles.
Nowadays there are approximately six hundred million Catholics in the world, thanks to the emergency of the church, result of a historical process around the second century that remains strong.
How did the Catholicisim arrive in Europe?
It first arrived when Saulo (Pablo de Tarso) and San Pedro arrived to Rome in order to predicate.
It was welcomed as an official religion by the emperor Constantino
When Rome dissolved, the Bárbaros spread their knowledge about this religion trough all Europe.
People say that it arrived to Greece when Saulo predicted in all Islands and on the Greek peninsule.
Pablo de Tarso
In the twentieth century the tensions between the church and the national governments led to the supression of the church.
The church during this time was very strict with their followers, they had to follow all of the thing they said and was very regime. The mass was given by the Priest backwards to the public, it was given in Latin, and it they had to follow everything that he said.