THE AGE OF THE REFORMATION 

Source Review 13:             Lindberg, Ch. 13   Catholic Renewal and Counter-Reformation

Read the Source Materials and Select the sentence/passage which you belief sums up the central argument of the author 
 
 

13.1 Girolamo Savonarola: "On the Renovation of the Church" (1495)

 
 

 

13.2 John Colet: Convocation Sermon (1512)

 
 

 

13.3 Egidio da Viterbo: "Address to the Fifth Lateran Council" (1512)

 
 

 

13.4 Gasparo Contarini's Conversion Experience (April 19, 1511)

 
 

 

13.5 Contarini on Justification (February 7, 1523)

 
 

 

13.6 Pope Adrian VI:  Instruction to the Diet of Nuremberg (1522)

 

 

13.7 Proposal of a Select Committee of Cardinals and other Prelates Concerning the Reform of the Church (1537)

 
 

 

13.8 Anonymous: The Beneficio di Christo (1543)

 
 

 

13.9 Henry Cornelius Agrippa: "The Art of the Inquisitors" (1530)

 
 

 

13.10 Loyola's Conversion

 
 

 

13.11 Pope Paul III: Regimini Militantis Ecclesiae (September 27, 1540)

 
 

 

13.12 Loyola: "Rules for Thinking with the Church"

 
 

 

13.13 Loyola: Letter to Father Peter Canisius on Opposing Heresy (August 13, 1554)

 
 

 

13.14 The Council of Trent on the Cononical Scriptures (April 8, 1546)

 
 

 

13.15 Decree and Canons Concerning Justification (January 13, 1547)

 
 

 

13.16 Canons on the Sacraments in General, Seventh Session (March 3, 1547)

 
 

 

13.17 Decree Concerning the Eucharist (October 11, 1551)

 

 

13.18 Antonius Caucus: Sermon for the Opening of Session Eighteen (February 26, 1562)

 

 

13.19 The Sacrifice of the Mass, Twenty-Second Session (September 17, 1562)

 

 

13.20 Ten Rules Concerning Prohibited Books Drawn Up by the Fathers Chosen by the Council of Trent and Approved by Pope Pius IV