The Spread Catholicism was a big spread all around for the Native Americans across the United States. It was a big deal to Native women especially. Native American converted to Catholicism because they felt it was a way to express them freely of what they truly wanted for themselves. As well, with all the tragic happenings during that time, they needed something to be guided to and help them all throughout. These women gained social, economic, and spiritual power through it. Once they have the opportunity to feel this way by having some sort of power, they grasped into something that they truly believed in. It is known through history that men held all the power so there is such power when it comes to believing Catholicism. One woman made it clear that it is what she wanted to follow and she goes by the name of Marie Rouensa. She is the influential leader of it all too all women because she went ahead and did what she had to do to make everything happen the way she wanted it to. Socially, the idea spread from place to place around different areas. According to Document #1, it illustrates a map with the whole movement of Catholicism. It states that “it is how they adjusted to the many challenges of life in rapidly changing colonial environment.” On the map, it shows how the Kaskaskia moved around and relocated themselves in different parts because it was important to grow into the belief and surround themselves to be helpful in economic reasons for it. Catholicism spread around so much as you can see and was beginning to be a big part of parts of the world. You can see that it was the women’s mission to make it known and for people to follow into it. They thought if they went around to different locations to help find different resources on how to have the belief increase by interacting with other people about it and receiving new items by trading with one another (Document 2). This gives the women a chance to give one another different ideas and exchange so that they can form a strategy and get the idea out there to grow. Women faced Catholicism spiritually and looked up to a big figure who was the Hail Mary. She had a big impact on these women and made them stronger each day by practicing prayers. This allowed women to feel that they can have the power over themselves with their “bodies and lives” (Document 8). By doing this women came together and related to one another so they can becoming stronger and like it says in this document they did all this by forming social groups. As you can see their faith took them over strongly because women was easily influenced into Catholicism and wanted to build communities for the Illinois. In the letter by Father Jacques Gravier, explains how there was a routine basically everyday on how they praised the lord. He also speaks about the chapel in the community and how women who strongly believed in baptism. There was a woman whose child had past and took all her anger out on the Father because of a baptism he had done a year ago to him. People thought that after you baptize their children they would soon after die and that scare many of them. It made them have some sort of hatred towards the Father. In the culture you would have to learn some languages that they came up with and this would help with the conversion of Christianity. The natives spent so much time creating more and more beliefs for them. For example, identified there “Identity through individual acts of prayer” (Document 16). In document 11 it states that according to Marest, women and children in particular were creating the foundations for a Catholic Indian Community.
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Causes and spread of infection
Unit reference H501/7103
Understand the causes of infection
1.1 And 1.2.
See unit 9 lo 4.2
HCAI’s have been on the rise and certainly focused on by both local and national press. The pathogens and infections are outlined below:
Bacteria are single celled organisms, and are shaped like rods spheres or spirals; they reproduce by dividing and can multiply quickly in the body. Less than 1% of all bacteria are harmful. Harmless bacteria live in our bodies…
Islam was one of the largest empires of all time. Its religion spread, its population grew, and to this day has a large impact on history. As of right now, it is one of the most practiced religions in the world. But how did it come to be this big of an empire? How did people of all ethnicities begin to practice it? The civilization spread through many factors.
Most cases of cultural diffusion happen through conquest or trade. In document 9, it shows a map of the Islamic trade routes. These routes…
the will of God and obedience to his law in Arabic. When the prophet Muhammad received 2 years of words from Allah in the Hira mountains, he spread his words and teachings to the public and that became Islam. His recitations and life is written in the Quran. Islam spread so quickly because of conquest, trade, and values/beliefs.
The first reason Islam spread so quickly was because of conquest. In Doc D, the objective of conquest was plunder and a common activity that would preserve the unity of…
The spread of Buddhism is a particularly fascinating phenomenon which not only transformed
the worlds which it affected, but also developed through its social movement and patronage from India
through the rest of the Asian world. An important point about the rise of Buddhism in the first place is
that it caught on in places that Brahmanical Hinduism, which appealed to the religious and social elite
only, was weak. Buddhism appealed to the socially unprivileged because it offered them…
Understanding the causes of infection
1.1 Identify the differences between bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites.
Bacterial and fungi infections are easy to cure with the use of antibiotics, where as viruses can be hard to cure or vaccinate against, such as the common cold. Bacteria can be found everywhere and anywhere Soil, Water, Plants, Animals, material and even deep in the earth's crust. Bacteria feed themselves by making there food with the use of sunlight and water. We would not…
In “Nietzsche’s Rereading of Plato” by Catherine Zuckert , Zuckert identifies Nietzsche’s strong claims and opinions on Socrates. She mentions how Nietzsche helps us to be able to raise questions on traditional views on philosophy and look into not only Plato, but those theories of who he has inspired.
Zucker states how Nietzsche is able to relate philosophy with politics. As politicians in today’s society are frequently known as hiding ones truth in order to appear differently to others…
Buddhism spread widely throughout India, thanks to King Asoka, the third ruler of the Mauryan Empire, who converted to Buddhism after the devastation he witnessed after the battle of Kalinga. Asoka helped spread Buddhism throughout his kingdom which went beyond its boundaries till the southern tip of India. In India, Buddhism was mainly accepted by members of lower castes because it gave them an opportunity to escape the rigid caste system of Hinduism. During the times of political disorder and instability…
World History, Period 1
September 18, 2014
The Enlightenment Spreads and the American Revolution
Modern civilization today is based on an enlightened problemsolving approach to
government and society. In 1751, Denis Diderot began publishing the first volume of the
Encyclopedia, which spread Enlightenment ideas to educated people throughout Europe. During
the Enlightenment, new art styles such as baroque and neoclassical began to emerge. Baroque
style dominated the 1600s and early 1700s…
Conflict about the spread offense
In the world of American sports, one of the most famous games is football. Football has been around since 1869, when it was first invented. The game of football has had many different rule changes, personal changes, and game style changes in its almost 150 years of being around. With football being around for so long, the controversies about it, and within it are also around as well. One of the biggest talking points in football is the formations that are used by…