How Influential was the Roman Catholic Church in Medival Europe?

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1. Orginazation of the Roman Catholic Church

2. The Increasing Power of the Church

3. Key Terms

3.1. Religion: a set of spiritual beliefs, rules, and practices.

3.2. persecuted: to cause a person to suffer because of what they believe.

3.3. Roman Catholic Church: The christian church headed by the pope in Rome

4. Sacraments and Salvation in the Middle Ages.

4.1. main idea

5. To believers, hell was an unreal and not a terrifying place. Its torments, such as fire and demons, were pictured in vivid detail in many paintings.

6. The Christian religion worshiped someone named Jesus who was supposedly crucified in the 1st century C.E. and then was supposedly resurrected afterward.

7. After the fall of Rome the church forced it's way to leadership and created stability in the hard times. The church converted everyone and took people in.

8. A roman church is seen in modern times.

9. Art and architecture

10. In the middle ages art was made for a religious purpose.

11. key term 1: sacraments

12. Pilgrimages and Crusades

13. During the Middle Ages, religious faith led many people to perform extraordinary acts of indevotion.

14. A second type of extraordinary service involved fighting in the Crusades. The Crusades were a series of military expeditions to the land where Jesus had lived, which Christians called the Holy Land. During the 7th century, this part of the Middle East had come under the control of Muslims.

15. a work of progres between p c

16. Soon everyone in a church had a rank.

17. The pope, the archbishop, cardinals, the bishops, and the parishes were the main levels.

18. Key Terms

18.1. Clergy: the body of people, such as priests, who perform the sacred functions of a church.

18.2. hierarchy: a system or organization with higher and lower positions

19. Cathedrals are large churches that are headed by bishops

20. A group of people are electing the new pope.

21. key term 1: pilgrimage

22. During the middle ages the church got a ton of land, power, and money. Everyone was required to pay heavy taxes so the church became rich. They were the only ones who could read so they wrote documents for monarchs.

23. The church finally got into conflicts with the monarchs because they had so much power it rivaled the monarch's. Other people helped them though.

24. Key Terms

24.1. Authority: the power to influence or command.

25. Christian Church Takes Shape

26. In the winter of 1077 Henry was forced to stay outside in the cold for three days for forgiveness from pope gregory.

27. Education

28. In the middle ages schooling happened in monasteries.

29. In the 1,200s the cathedral schools started to use university.

30. main idea: Chaucer lived in England from about 1342 to 1400.

31. A second type of extraordinary service and involved fighting in the Crusades. The Crusades were a series of military expeditions to the land where Jesus had lived in which Christians called the Holy Land.

32. Natural law is the concept that there is a universal order built into nature that can guide moral thinking.

33. This was the university of paris.

34. Pilgrimages and Crusades

35. this part of the Middle East had come under the control of Muslims. Jerusalem, which was a holy city to Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike, became a Muslim city.

36. a war between the pilgramges and crusades fighting

37. main idea: most Christians hoped to go on a pilgrimage at some point in their lives.

38. Holiday

39. Holiday means holy day.

40. Two main holidays are Easter and Christmas.

41. Easter is when Christians celebrate the Resurrection. Christians believed, the Resurrection is Christ’s rising from the dead.