Test: AP European History


One of the chief reasons for the founding of the Society of Jesus, better known as the Jesuits, was __________.

to fight as an army of Catholic soldiers against Protestant armies

to respond to the success of the Protestant Reformers

to develop a form of Catholic theology that was more effective in reaching foreign cultures

to counter problems perceived to be in the Catholic hierarchy

to provide a new method for electing leadership in the Catholic church

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