Protestantism is called the three major schools of Christianity along with Catholicism and Orthodox Church. Including the 16th century European Reformation from the Ecumenical Church of Rome (the Grand Duke of Christianity) and the emergence of new denominations: Lutheran, Calvinist, Anglican, and more sectarian afterward from these sects continue to split off. Protestantism is also called "Corrected Church" and "Anti-Luo Zong". China often uses the term " Christianity " to refer solely to Protestantism. The folks often call it the Church of Jesus, because they protest against the Roman Catholic Church (that is, the Catholic Church ) and do not recognize the pope status of the Roman bishop. Therefore, the West generally refers to Protestantism as the "Anti-Roman Sect" or "Protest Sect". This term originated from the German word "Protestanten" (protestant), which originally referred to the Protestant princes and city representatives who protested the resolution to restore Catholic privileges in the German Reichstag in 1529 and later became the common name of all Protestant denominations. Mainly distributed in the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, the five Nordic countries, and the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and other countries.