Unit VII: The Age of Enlightenment (+/- AD 1600-1800)

Focus: the impact Rationalism and Nationalism on the Church in the 18th c. and today

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à You will do #4 of this lesson. 

à Be sure to download and print the notes for the next day’s class on the Galileo Affair.  It’s one of those small print ones.  You’ll get some stuff to do in class where you’ll need that information.

 

 

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à You will be assigned CHI #7 (due Monday, April 20th) and you will do question #2 from the note package.

à Be sure to print these notes out to bring to class.  It’s a detailed one.

à If any of you are interested in a bonus assignment, click on this link to look at a primary source written by Cardinal St. Robert Bellermine about his opinion on the Galileo case.  The assignment is on the bottom of the primary source.

 

***Pro-D Day Apr. 3rd—no classes***

 

 

Monday, Apr. 6: Test Units 5-6 for Day 2 classes

Tuesday, Apr. 7: Test Units 5-6 for Day 1 classes

 

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à You will do #2.

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à Friday, Apr. 10: Good Friday—no classes

à Monday, Apr. 13: Easter Monday—no classes

à Tuesday, Apr. 14: Study Block/CHI Day for Day 2 classes

 

 

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à You will be doing question #1 today.

 

 

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à You will only do the 1st of the 3 questions based on Napoleon’s Catechism.  Don’t forget to cite!

à CHI #7 is due today. 

 

 

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à You will do #1.

à Optional Text Deconstruction: Between Berlin and Rome (1875)

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Pius IX: The last move was certainly unpleasant for me, but the game is not over yet.  I still have a very nice move in petto [look it up].

Bismarck: That will be your last one, and then in a few moves you will have lost—at least in Germany.

Hints:

·         The box to Bismarck’s right reads “interned” or “confiscated”

·         Bismarck’s queen is Deutchesreich.

·         Pius IX’s pieces read “Syllabus” and “Encyclical”

 

 

 

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