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Question 1: Although the move had precedent, the ________'s (1305-1377) image was damaged by accusations of corruption, favoritism toward the French, and even heresy.
Protestant ReformationAvignon PapacyWestern SchismCrusades

Question 2: At the convening of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-1517), Pope ________ reasserted the supremacy of papal authority over that of the councils.
Pope Julius IIPope Clement VIIPope Leo XPope Alexander VI

Question 3: ________ synthesized this strain of conciliarism, balancing hierarchy with consent and representation of the faithful.
Nicholas of KuesTimeline of the Catholic ChurchHistory of the Catholic ChurchCatholic Church

Question 4: A generation later, Thomas Cardinal Cajetan vigorously defended ________ in his "On the comparison of the authority of pope and council".
Catholic ChurchHistory of the Catholic ChurchPrimacy of the Roman PontiffHistorical development of the doctrine of Papal Primacy

Question 5: However, the text of the document as well as an explanatory note (________) by Paul VI makes the distinction clear.
Catholic ChurchPope John Paul IIEast–West SchismLumen Gentium

Question 6: Contradicting the idea of ________, Marsilius claimed that only the universal church is infallible, not the pope.
Pope John Paul IIPapal infallibilityPope Benedict XVICatholic Church

Question 7: The basis for conciliarism can be rooted in the ________ that acted as the first council that decided on the future of the Christian Church.
Apostle (Christian)JesusGospelNew Testament

Question 8: The Council of Basel (1431-1449) attempted to solidify conciliarism in the ________, but failed to take a lasting effect on the Church.
PopePope Gregory IPope John Paul IICatholic Church

Question 9: Indeed, many of the most important decisions of the ________ have been made through conciliar means.
PopePope Gregory ICatholic ChurchPope John Paul II

Question 10: The eventual victor in the conflict was the institution of the ________, confirmed by the condemnation of conciliarism at the Fifth Lateran Council, 1512-17.
Catholic ChurchPopePope John Paul IIPope Benedict XVI







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