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    The Reformation (alternatively named the Protestant Reformation or the European Reformation) was a major movement within Western Christianity in 16th-century Europe that posed a religious and political challenge to the Catholic Church and in particular to papal authority, arising from what were perceived to be errors, abuses, and discrepancies by the Catholic Church.

  2. Reformation (lateinisch reformatio „Wiederherstellung, Erneuerung“) bezeichnet im engeren Sinn eine kirchliche Erneuerungsbewegung, die zur Spaltung des westlichen Christentums in verschiedene Konfessionen (katholisch, lutherisch, reformiert) führte.

  3. The Reformation also had a severe impact on church music, with song schools closed down, choirs disbanded, music books and manuscripts destroyed, and organs removed from churches. These were replaced by the congregational singing of psalms, despite attempts of James VI to refound the song schools and choral singing.

  4. The Protestant Reformation was a series of events that happened in the 16th century in the Christian Church. Because of corruption in the Catholic Church, some people saw that the way it worked needed to change. People like Erasmus, Huldrych Zwingli, Martin Luther and John Calvin saw the corruption and tried to stop it.

  5. Le Monument international de la Réformation, généralement connu sous le nom de Mur des réformateurs, se situe à Genève (). Élevé dans l'actuel parc des Bastions et long d'une centaine de mètres, il est adossé à une partie des anciennes murailles construites au XVI e siècle et qui entourent la ville jusqu'au milieu du XIX e siècle.

  6. Der Reformationstag, das Reformationsfest oder der Gedenktag der Reformation wird von evangelischen Christen in Deutschland und Österreich am 31. Oktober im Gedenken an die Reformation der Kirche durch Martin Luther gefeiert.

  7. Reforma (alternativamente chamada de Reforma Protestante ou Reforma Europeia) [1] foi um movimento importante dentro do cristianismo ocidental na Europa do século XVI que representou um desafio religioso e político para a Igreja Católica e em particular para a autoridade papal, decorrente do que eram percebidos como erros, abusos e discrepâncias cometidos pela Igreja.