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Religion In The Middle Ages

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Transcript of Religion In The Middle Ages

Religion
By: Andrew, Nimay, Varun, and Alexis
bubonic plague
Faith
Lay Investiture
The ceremony of a noble
appointing a church official
Crusades
Canon Law
People who broke Canon law were subject to excommunication.
Monasticism
-Abstain from sex, meat, wine
and gave their lives to the church.
-Another type of person is a hermit,
who excommunicated themselves
and gave their lives to the church.
Church

Crusades were religions fights between the Christians and the Muslims for Holy Land
Anchorites and the People
-Deeply religious men or women
that chose to live a solitary life
devoted themselves to the church.

-They tied themselves to the church,
to act as an anchor for the church, and
offered wisdom to church comers.







Effects on the people:
Anyone who chose to not follow the Canon law was excommunicated. This forced the monarchs to follow the church, whereas before they could plea indifference. If the monarch's did not follow Canon Laws then it would cause them, as well as their people to go to hell.
System:
Everything was ran through the church via the bishops. The pope commanded the bishops, then the bishops followed through. The bishops had a lot of authority, they were the "nobles" of feudalism.
Effect on the Church:
It gave them more power because they controlled the law, and the consequences that followed. It also required the nobles to follow the church. It also made the Monarch's follow Christians in order to keep peace within their nation.
Ultimately the Power of the church
simply relied on faith, when the
people lost faith the church lost power.
Wealth
Relation to the modern world:
Terrorists try to spread fear in the
hope they will go to heaven.
Unique
There have been many religious battles
but none of this magnitude.
Hermits
-A man or woman that has excommunicated themselves to live a solitary life

-Spent most of their days and nights in prayer
-Anyone of any social stature could become a monk as long as they went through the multiple steps

-The monks had an extremely strict discipline that had very severe consequences
Monks
The
Pope's
Power
Crusades
Pope
Urban II' s request
Concordat of Worms
Otto the Great
1122
Henry IV
Secular Learning
http://www.thearma.org/essays/Crusades.htm
http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/middle-ages-religion.htm
http://history-world.org/crusades.htm
History Textbook
-Important part of Middle Ages
-Set life and order
-Controlled morality
Description
Ways the money was spent:
On Themselves
Building cathedrals
Building catholic schools

How they got money:
They taxed people highly.
The taxes
If you sinned they made you pay a fee depending on how bad your sin was.
-Extreme
Unique to Feudal Life
-Controlled everyone
-from rich to poor
-Even the monarch
-Ordered everyone what to do
in day to day life
-Probably the most important
aspect of the people's lives
Importance
Relation to modern day
-Wealth
-Church still has some political power
-As scandal occurs the church loses power
Bibliography
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