|The Catholic Church †|
|Real Name:||Roman Catholic Church|
|Pope:||Pope Paul IV|
|Cardinal:|| Cardinal Tesson
|Nuns:|| Sister Delphine
Sister Abbess †
|Servants of God:|| Mother Superior
|Location:|| St. Peter's Basilica, |
|Affiliations:|| Kingdom of Italy |
The Catholic Church practices Roman Catholicism, which is the main religion of Europe and is present in most, if not all of its countries. Catholics believe in God, His Son, Jesus Christ, and The Holy Spirit.
- Elisabeth and Philip's Wedding
- The Michaelmas Banquette
- Mary and Francis' Wedding
- Sebastian and Kenna's Wedding
- Lola and Julien's Wedding
- John Philip's Christening
Louis Condé is informed by Jacob Rivell of a Protestant gathering, but they're afraid to worship in their villages so they come here, despite persecution. Christians who only want the freedom to worship. But is he want to prevent them from suffering the same fate as his nephew, they need his help, King Francis has sent a letter to Rome, asking the Pope to recall his Inquisitors. Confronting Rome in this way takes courage, and gives them hope that Francis is a tolerant man. They want to get their minister an audience with The King and Queen. Unbeknown to him, it was a ploy, untimely to have the minister murdered and use him as a martyr for their cause.
Queen Elizabeth's privy Counsil informes her, her collusion with Catherine de Medici has placed England in the middle of an international crisis. The Vatican knows England sponsored the nobles sent to slander Mary Stuart, a plan the two queen's hatched. And what the Vatican knows, Spain knows. King Philip views the attack on Mary as an attack on all Catholic monarchs, and threatened to walk away from the trade agreement they have spent months negotiating. To amends their situation, Her Majesty will give testimony speaking to the circumstances surrounding Catherine's time in England. Testimony that clears England's queen of any involvement.
Kingdom of France
Kingdom of Scotland
Pope Paul IV - The current Pope of the Roman Catholic Church. 
Cardinal Morosini - He arrived to discuss negotiations with King Henry of France. 
Father LeDukes - He was a patiaent under Nostradamus, and when he returned to him for more medicine, he found a sleeping Olivia D'Amencourt who was having nightmares. When he tried to cast the demons from her sleep, she awoke, and still delirious, she stabbed him with his crucifix. 
Sister Delphine - Is a nun with special healing abilities, sent from God. However, it comes with a price. 
- Pope Clement VII not only saved Catherine de' Medici from being held hostage when she was a child, but prior to that, he raised and housed her after the death of her parents and grandparents when she was 4. 
- King Francis has already, unknowingly started The French Wars of Religion after Lord Narcisse forced him to sign an edict agents Protestants. 
- They assassinated a dozen people to keep Mary Stuart's affair with Louis Condé a secret. 
- In March 1513, Lucrezia de' Medici's other brother became Pope Leo X.
- Lucrezia de' Medici's was with Pope Leo X when he died.
- The Swiss Guards saved the life of Pope Clement VII during The Sack of Rome agents King Charles V.
- The Kingdom of England denounced its association to The Catholic Church after Pope Clement VII refused to agree to King Henry VIII's divorce so that he could marry Anne Boleyn.
- Lucrezia de' Medici opposed Pope Clement VII's decision to marry her grand-niece Catherine de' Medici to the future King Henry II of France, wantingt such an important Medici heir to marry within Italy.
- December 1543 – March 1551 the The War of the Rough Wooing broke out between Scotland and England. Following England's break with Rome, they decided to attack Scotland, partly to force Scotland to agree to a marriage alliance between its child Queen, Mary, Queen of Scots and King Henry VIII's son and heir, Prince Edward.
- In 1557 Duke of Guise led an army into Italy to aid Pope Paul IV, but he was recalled to France and made Lieutenant-General of France by King Henry II
- The French Wars of Religion were started in France between Catholics and Protestants.