Chapter 2 Quiz, Part 1: The Spiritual and Social Role of the Church, c.1529
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1. What term describes the Church year, which included feast days, Eastertide and Christmastide?
The liturgical year
The apostolic year
The secular year
The divinational year
The congregational year
The diocesan year
The sacred year
The ecclesiastical year
2. What holy day is being celebrated here?
All Saints' Day
Rogation Sunday (Beating the Bounds)
Maundy Thursday (Mass of the Lords' Supper)
3. The vast majority of people could not afford a chantry chapel so they joined what type of organisation, to say regular prayers for the souls of the dead, as a type of insurance for the afterlife?
The building where this organisation used to meet in Bristol
A royal society
A friendly society
A trade union
A social security union
A chivalric order
4. When a person died, they would go to purgatory where their sins would be judged against their 'good works'. What did people try to earn (or purchase) in order to lessen their sins and reduce their time in purgatory?
Achievement points on SIMs
5. Choose THREE examples of what people did to earn this type of 'pardon'.
The skull of Saint Ivo
Washing cardinals' feet
Going on pilgrimage
Eating feasts at Lent
Reading the Bible in English
Praying to saints
Touching holy relics
Kissing the feet of the Pope
Gambling with monks
6. What term refers to the following deeds, which could help and individual to guarantee 'salvation' and a place in heaven: saying prayers for the dead; giving gifts to the Church; helping the poor
Acts of Atonement
7. What was the most important Church service? (It is also known as the Eucharist)
8. In this very important service, the priest blesses the bread and wine, just as Jesus did in the Last Supper. What term is used for the theory that bread and wine change miraculously into the body and blood of Christ during the Eucharist?
9. Who drank the wine and ate the bread during this religious ceremony, until the Protestant reformation? (This was slightly different at Easter, although at every other time it was the same).
The altar boys
This form was created inside of Bristol Grammar School.