Charles I Religion and the Church

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  • Charles I Religion and the Church 1516-56
    • Moriscos
      • Asked to leave or convert 1525
      • Charles lenient after payed by them
    • Spain
      • Erasmians: associated with protestants- persecuted by Inquisition
      • Charles' weakness= allowed group to form, unlike in F+I's rule
      • Illuminists: group denounced
    • Heresy
      • Disastrous in the HRE
      • Little success suppressing Lutheranism
      • Diet of Worms 1521
      • Rise of Calvinism+ Protestantism
    • Reform in the church
      • Jesuits helped with conversion in the NW
      • Need for better training of clergy
      • Cisneros- University of Alcala set up to train clergy
      • Religious reforms come about due to Jesuits + individuals such as Teresa of Avila
    • Relations with the Papacy
      • Pope didn't want Charles or Franics to get too much power in Italy
      • Poor relations w/ Charles
      • Sometimes allied w/ France or Charles
      • Conflict over Catholic Church reforms
      • Couldn't convice papacy until later in reign
  • Relations with the Papacy
    • Pope didn't want Charles or Franics to get too much power in Italy
    • Poor relations w/ Charles
    • Sometimes allied w/ France or Charles
    • Conflict over Catholic Church reforms
    • Couldn't convice papacy until later in reign

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