1513-1521

1513
Giovanni de Medici becomes Pope Leo X.   Catholic Reformation
  Battle of the Spurs: Henry VIII's forces defeat the French, at Guinegate. Henry
  Berchtold Haller moves to Bern. Haller
Magisterial Reformation
  Pope Julius II dies.   Reformation Happens
1514
Joachim Vadian begins to study medicine and is crowned poet laureate by the emperor. Vadian
Magisterial Reformation
  Katherine Parr is born   English Reformation
  Prierias begins teaching in Rome. Prierias
Catholic Reformation
  Prierias publishes *Summa Silvestrina.* Prierias
Catholic Reformation
1515
Teresa of Avila is born. Teresa
Catholic Reformation
  Battle of Marignano causes Zwingli to preach against mercenary system. Zwingli
Magisterial Reformation
  Battle of Marignano.  
  Karlstadt goes to Rome and studies to receive doctorate in canon law and civil law. Karlstadt
Radical Reformation
  Prierias named "Master of the Sacred Palace,"the court theologian to pope Leo X. Prierias
Catholic Reformation
  Sebastian Franck attends the University of Ingolstadt. Franck
Radical Reformation
1516
Erasmus' Greek New Testament published.  
  Ulrich Zwingli becomes rector of the monastic church at Einsiedeln. Zwingli
Magisterial Reformation
  Balthasar H?bmaier becomes cathedral preacher at Regensburg.
Radical Reformation
  Joachim Vadian is appointed rector at the University of Vienna and begins teaching rhetoric. Vadian
Magisterial Reformation
  Theodore Beza is born.   Magisterial Reformation
1517
The Oratory of Divine Love is founded in Rome   Catholic Reformation
  Cardinal Francisco Ximenez (Jimenez) de Cisneros dies at Roa. Ximenez
Reformation Happens
  Francisco Ximenez (Jimenez) de Cisneros' Complutensian Polyglot Bible (began in 1502) is completed   Catholic Reformation
  Cajetan named cardinal by pope Leo X. Cajetan
Catholic Reformation
  Joachim Vadian receives doctorate in medicine. Vadian
Magisterial Reformation
  Pope Leo X commissions Prierias to respond to Luther's 95 thesis. Prierias' *Dialogus* is sent to Luther who responds with *Responsio.* Prierias
Luther
Catholic Reformation
Magisterial Reformation
  October 31 Luther posts the 95 These to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church. Luther
Magisterial Reformation
1518
Ulrich Zwingli becomes priest at the Great Minster in Zurich. Zwingli
Magisterial Reformation
  Melanchthon begins teaching Greek at Wittenberg. Melanchthon
Magisterial Reformation
  Joachim Vadian resigns from his post at the University of Vienna and returns to St Gall where he is named city physician. Vadian
Magisterial Reformation
  Joachim Vadian and Conrad Grebel climb Mount Pilatus together. Vadian
Grebel
Magisterial Reformation
Radical Reformation
1519
Charles V elected as Holy Roman Emperor.  
  Leipzig Disputation between Luther and Eck. Karlstadt also debates Eck. [More] Luther
Eck
Karlstadt
Catholic Reformation
Magisterial Reformation
Radical Reformation
  Balthasar H?bmaier expels the Jews from Regensburg during Lent.
Radical Reformation
  Maximillian I dies.  
  Joachim Vadian marries Martha Grebel, Conrad Grebel?s sister. Vadian
Grebel
Magisterial Reformation
Radical Reformation
  Schwenckfeld experiences his first Heimsuchung (divine experience). Schwenckfeld
Radical Reformation
  Pope Innocent IX is born.   Catholic Reformation
  Thomas Bilney ordained by Bishop West of Ely.   English Reformation
1520
Luther Writes: To the Christian Nobility, On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church, and The Freedom of a Christian Luther
Magisterial Reformation
  Heinrich Bullinger receives BA from University of Cologne. Bullinger
Magisterial Reformation
  Berchtold Haller is ordained a priest. Haller
Magisterial Reformation
1521
Edict of Worms issued by Charles V declares Luther an outlaw. Luther
Magisterial Reformation
  Pope Leo X calls King Henry VIII ?Defender of the Faith? for his publication of an anti-Luther tract. Luther
Henry
Catholic Reformation
Magisterial Reformation
English Reformation
  Balthasar Hubmaier begins ministry in Waldshut.   Radical Reformation
  Diet of Worms [More] Luther
Magisterial Reformation
  Zwickau prophets arrive in Wittenberg. Luther
Magisterial Reformation
Radical Reformation
  Ignatius Loyola seriously wounded in battle at Pamplona. Loyola
Catholic Reformation
  Johann Oecolampadius enters a Briggitine monastery.   Magisterial Reformation
  Peter Canisius is born.   Catholic Reformation
  Balthasar H?bmaier becomes preacher at Waldshut.
Radical Reformation
  Robert Barnes introduces humanist scholarship to Augustinian house in Cambridge. Barnes
English Reformation
  Anne Askew is born. Askew
English Reformation
  Ulrich Zwingli and Berchtold Haller meet for the first time. Haller
Zwingli
Magisterial Reformation
  Peter Canisius is born. Canisius
Catholic Reformation
  Pope Leo X dies.   Catholic Reformation
  Henry VIII publishes *Assertio Septem Sacramentorum* in defense of the seven sacraments. Henry
English Reformation
  Johann Bugenhagen enrolls at Wittenberg. Bugenhagen
Magisterial Reformation
  December 25 Karlstadt celebrates the first public evangelical mass in Wittenberg. Karlstadt
Radical Reformation
  January 21 The first adult baptism of the reformation occurs. [More] Grebel
Radical Reformation
  May Luther is kidnapped and taken to Wartburg Castle. [More] Luther
Magisterial Reformation