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Ignatius Loyola AP European History

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The First Jesuit Ignatius Loyola Life and Times December 27, 1491 May 20, 1521 September 7, 1540 1491 1521 1540 Catholic Eucharist Baptism Confirmation Holy orders Reconciliation Marriage Anointing of the Sick The 7 Sacraments The Spiritual Exercises Month long program aimed at helping the reader find better connection with God Separated into 4 weeks, each week focusing on a different themes Set of prayers and mental exercises Jesuits were required to know the book by heart Ignatius Loyola Renaissance Philosophy Humanism Humanism was a widely popular philosophy during the Renaissance, and Loyola was inspired when he read "classics" like Ludolph of Saxony's "Life of Christ" and Jacopo da Voragine's lives of the saints known as "The Golden Legend."
His motivation was to imitate the saints by doing good deeds for the love of God.
His book "Spiritual Exercises" put a new focus on personal spirituality, like how in the Renaissance there was more focus on the individual. Moving away from the church Devoted himself to the church attempted to revive classic Catholicism St. Ignatius of Loyola
was born to a noble family in Azpeitia, Spain November 10, 1506 Loyola became a soldier,
seeking military valor Loyola gets hit by a cannonball during the French attack on Spain To pass time while recovering, he read books on the life of Christ and the lives of saints March 35, 1522 Inspired by the books he read, he decided to give up his status as a soldier on this day, and then went to a cave where he would meditate and supposedly encounter God. 1537 Loyola is becomes a priest The Society of Jesus (The Jesuits) is formed and approved by Pope Paul III January 1, 1548 "Spiritual Exercises" is approved by Pope Paul III 1550 Pope Julius III confirms the Society of Jesus July 31, 1556 St. Ignatius Loyola died on July 31, 1556. He was made a saint on March 13, 1622. 1556 Ignatius Loyola Martin Luther Sacramental Church Catholicism Lutheranism Immediate Impact Lasting Impacts: Existence of the 'Society of Jesus'.
Schools, colleges, and seminaries teaching catechism.
Spiritual Exercise
Jesuit Constitution Believe that faith formed
with love and work alone
will save an individual. Believed that faith and Christ alone could save an individual. Blood and Body of Christ
is not symbolic and are present in Eucharist Believe that the body
and blood are not present
in the Eucharist. Baptism and being in the
state of union with God will
give us an eternal life. Only need faith to have an eternal life and the virtues
are fruit of salvation. Understands itself as the one,
holy, apostolic church. Both churches are liturgical
(observe the mass). Believe in the "true
presence" of Jesus. Prevented the Protestant Reformation from taking over Europe completely Reformed Catholicism itself Converted some to Catholicism The End!
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