What Happened When James II Converted to Catholicism? #shorts
What Happened When James II Converted to Catholicism? #shorts


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1 AD – 300

c.33 This was the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples, the preaching of St. Peter in Jerusalem, where he confirmed about 3,000 persons to the Christian community. http://stpetersbasilica.info/Altars/Baptistery/Baptism%20Processo-Martiniano.jpg
c.34 St. Paul, formerly known as Saul, the prosecutor of Christians, was converted and baptized. After spending time in the desert, he joined the apostles and became known as the Apostle to the Gentiles. http://francis.guillaume.pagesperso-orange.fr/images/stPaul.jpg
c.117-138 Persecution of Christians under Hadrian. Many Acts of Martyrs date from this period. http://vwhl.soic.indiana.edu/villa/assets/_art/pantanello/sculpture/Hadrian-BM.jpg
196: Easter Controversy, concerning the day of celebration — a Sunday, according to practice in the West, or the 14th of the month of Nisan, no matter what day of the week, according to practice in the East. The controversy was not resolved at this time. http://thecreatorscalendar.com/wp-content/uploads/title-constantine-statue.jpg
257: Persecution under Valerian, who attempted to destroy the Church as a social structure. http://portraittimeline.com/200s_Portraits%20-%20f_files/image040.jpg
c. 292: Diocletian divided the Roman Empire into East and West. The division emphasized political, cultural and other differences between the two parts of the Empire and influenced different developments in the Church in the East and West. http://ih.constantcontact.com/fs011/1103404634488/img/345.jpg?a=1109047140836
303: Persecution broke out under Diocletian; it was particularly violent in 304.

400 AD – 1000

382-c. 406: St. Jerome translated the Old and New Testaments into Latin; his work is called the Vulgate version of the Bible. http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/66/123166-004-87CB3F17.jpg
711: Muslims began the conquest of Spain. http://khutbahbank.org.uk/v2/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/muslim-conquest-of-spain.jpg
846: Muslims invaded Italy and attacked Rome. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/15/Raphael_Ostia.jpg
962: Otto I, the Great, crowned by Pope John XII, revived Charlemagne’s kingdom, which became the Holy Roman Empire. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/f6/49/64/f649647705a785eb3e46df2d6138d8ef.jpg
993: John XV was the first pope to decree the official canonization of a saint — Bishop Ulrich (Uldaric) of Augsburg — for the universal Church.
1059: A Lateran council issued new legislation regarding papal elections; voting power was entrusted to the Roman cardinals. http://www.bellenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Roman-Catholic-cardinals-from-around-the-world-are-due-to-meet-in-Rome-to-begin-the-process-of-electing-the-next-Pope.jpg
1079: The Council of Rome condemned Eucharistic errors (denial of the Real Presence of Christ under the appearances of bread and wine) of Berengarius, who retracted.
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5c/Francisco_de_Zurbar%C3%A1n_032.jpg Bishop Ulrich

1100 – 1500

1118: Christian forces captured Saragossa, Spain; the beginning of the Muslim decline in that country. http://www.destination360.com/europe/spain/images/s/zaragoza.jpg
1337-1453: Period of the Hundred Years’ War, a dynastic struggle between France and England. http://csmithdms.weebly.com/uploads/2/6/3/9/26390962/301436001.jpg
c. 1456: Gutenberg issued the first edition of the Bible printed from movable type, at Mainz, Germany. http://tudorhistory.org/blogpics/KJB/10.jpg
1476: Pope Sixtus IV approved observance of the feast of the Immaculate Conception on Dec. 8 throughout the Church. http://saint-gregory.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/IC-BVM.jpg

1500 – 1700

1540: The constitutions of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola, were approved. http://www.jesuitseast.org/Assets/Sections/Photos/art1021.jpg
1643: Start of publication of the Bollandist Acta Sanctorum, a critical work on lives of the saints. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e9/Acta_Sanctorum_(IANUARIUS_1643).jpg
1673: The Test Act in England barred from public office Catholics who would not deny the doctrine of transubstantiation and receive Communion in the Church of England. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cd/Repeal_of_the_Test_Act_Sayers.jpg
1689: The Toleration Act granted a measure of freedom of worship to other English dissenters but not to Catholics. http://mrshively.pbworks.com/f/1442194554/Maryland_Toleration_Act.JPG

1800 – 2016

1814: The Society of Jesus, suppressed since 1773, was restored. http://onlineministries.creighton.edu/CollaborativeMinistry/GC35/pauliii.jpg
1881: The first International Eucharistic Congress was held in Lille, France. http://media02.radiovaticana.va/photo/2016/01/15/RV12610_Articolo.jpg
1992: Approval of the new Catechism of the Catholic Church. http://thoughtfulcatholic.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Catechism1.jpg
1997: Pope John Paul II issued an apology for any anti-Semitism by Catholics; a conference on anti-Semitism was also held in Rome and a number of Catholic leaders in Europe issued apologies for historical anti-Semitism. http://www.abc.net.au/religion/stories/Pope_John_m733456.jpg
2000: The Catholic Church celebrated the Holy Year 2000 and the Jubilee; commencement of the third Christian millennium. Pope John Paul II issued apology for the sinful actions of the Church’s members in the past. Pope John Paul II traveled to the Holy Land. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/99/af/a5/99afa5560861d55bc81ae9e28c2dba1a.jpg
2003: Pope John Paul II appealed for a peaceful resolution to the Iraq War. A coalition headed by the U.S. removed Saddam Hussein. http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/38799000/jpg/_38799791_pope300ap.jpg

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