Founded in 1321 by Carmelite monks, this fine Gothic church went on play a role in the history of the Reformation. It is notable for its fine works of art and its Luther museum.
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- St. Anne's Church
- 48.367811° N, 10.895176° E
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- October 8, 2013
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- April 11, 2015
Luther meets Cardinal Cajetan in Augsburg
Martin Luther meets with papal legate Cardinal Cajetan at St. Anne's Church in Augsburg, Germany. Cajetan demands that Luther submit to the Pope; Luther replies that the papacy is not biblical and the Pope is the Antichrist.
St. Anne's Church, Augsburg, is founded by the Carmelite order.
Addition of the Goldsmith's Chapel.
Construction of the Fugger's Chapel.
Spire added to St. Anne's Church in Augsburg by Elias Holl.
St. Anne's Church in Augsburg converts to Lutheranism.
During the Thirty Years War, Protestants are barred from St. Anne's Church in Augsburg.
For a second time during the Thirty Years War, Protestants are barred from St. Anne's Church. The congregation worships in the courtyard of St. Anne's College.
St. Anne's Church, Augsburg, is restored and redesigned in the Baroque and Rococo styles.
Catholics and Protestants sign Joint Declaration on the doctrine of salvation
Catholics and Protestants sign an important Joint Declaration on the doctrine of salvation in St. Anne's Church, Augsburg.
Construction of St. Anne's Church
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