Explain how the catholic Church dominated the lives of medieval people?
The Catholic Church dominated the lives of medieval people by telling them when they should work, what religious traditions they should follow, and what punishments they should get if any laws were broken. It was even more powerful than the king or queen.
The Medieval Church played a far greater role in Medieval England. In Medieval England, the Church dominated everybody’s life.
they expkained it in a good detail
The evidence is the art. When every bit is a bible story or has a saint as the subject there can be only one conclusion is that it was dominated by the Catholic church.
They dominated the lives of the medieval people cause they wanted pizza pops and coca-cola. The reason why they killed is for kraft dinner also they killed for the D
The term Medieval Church could be construed to apply to the Christian religion. It could also apply to a church organization dominating a given area. So the Church of Rome dominated the Roman Empire of the fifth century, The Eastern Orthodox dominated the eastern parts of Christian Europe after the Great Schism of 1054, just as the Roman Catholic Church dominate the West, and each of these might be referred to as the Church in… Read More
The only church was Catholic so it was the structure of the Catholic church.
. Answer from a Catholic I don't think it did, I think you have this backwards: the Catholic Church influenced Medieval art, not the other way around.
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The Roman Catholic Church
The Catholic Church, or simply "the Church": there was no other in medieval Europe, and it certainly wasn't referred to as the Roman Catholic Church until the protestant revolt in England centuries later. The center of the Church was in Rome; the word "catholic" means universal. It was meant as the "universal church", or the church for everybody.
The church was Catholic so it was the Pope and the priests.
The religious beliefs of medieval people were typically Christian. The Church dominated every part of their life.
The official language of the Catholic Church since the fourth century, and still is, is Latin.
People who were not Catholic took over.
In Europe it was dominant, esp during the dark ages. But in the middle east, Asia, Africa, North and South America there were unique philosophies developing.
They had no choice as it was the only church at that time.
the role that the roman catholic church played in medieval europe was big. the roman catholic church had more power then the monarch. they king would usually ask the priest for advise in wha he should do.
It was Catholic and the Pope was the head.
In summary there is a big participation between the church and the monarchy in terms spiritually because Catholic church wants peace between them.
during the medieval time period
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The Catholic Church and the monarchs.
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Puerto Rico's religious scene is dominated by the Catholic Church.
Puerto Rico's religious scene is dominated by the Catholic church.
Church represented God's authority on earth.
No, the Catholic Church did not really stifle medieval literature. There was a reason for this, which was that the literature during the middle ages was copied by hand or memorized, and the church could not really control individual writing literature easily prior to the invention of the printing press. The Catholic Church did stifle preaching, but that was a matter of something happening in public.
The Roman Catholic Church dominated life in medieval society. It was important to people for spiritual reasons and thought to be necessary for people to go to heaven. It also demanded much of people in their everyday lives including the requirement that peasants work church land for free and also tithe to the church in money or in kind. The huge cathedrals built at this time were a constant reminder of the place of the… Read More
they made the church less popular and less efficient
Germanic political traditions, as far as medieval times, usually stressed loyalty to Church (Roman Catholic Church) and the state. Germanic political traditions, as far as medieval times, usually stressed loyalty to Church (Roman Catholic Church) and the state.
The Medieval church was not accepting of scientific advances. The church felt that scientific advances tried to explain things that was done by God and would take away power from the church.
The Roman Catholic Church
The pope was always both the spiritual leader and the administrative leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
The Catholic Church was enthusiastically behind the persecution of all that did not profess to agree with its doctrine especially if they had a little money.
The roman catholic church was the strongest church during the medieval ages. They built GIANT cathedrals which took life times to complete. *Sources: My Social Studies textbook
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The Catholic Church, which divided in 1054 into the Roman Catholic Church in the West and the Eastern Orthodox Church in the East, was the main body of Christianity in medieval Europe. There were a number of other churches, some orthodox, and some not.
Christian--Constantinople split with the Roman Catholic church in 1054 and became the center of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
because they practiced catholicism and not islam
there were 2 million and 500 catholics
It was the Roman Catholic Church
Do you want to know the key features of the building or the religion?
the catholic church
Which two historical events affected the power of the roman catholic church and contributed to its decline in medieval europe?
In medieval Europe the Roman Catholic Church experienced an affect on its power due to two reasons. The first was the discovery and conquest of the Americas. The second was the Protestant Reformation.
Medieval Inquisitions were instituted by the Catholic Church. They were responses to movements the Church viewed as heretical. Authority for the Medieval Inquisitions was held on a local level with guidelines from the Holy See. They were either classified as papal or episcopal inquisitions.
Most medieval Christians were Catholic and the head of the Catholic Church was the Pope. Popes were usually located in Rome, but there were times when they were in residence elsewhere. The head of the Eastern Orthodox Church, which was divided from the Roman Catholic Church in 1054, was in Constantinople. There were other church sects but they were much smaller.
Roman Catholic Answer The Church has had seven sacraments since Our Blessed Lord established the Church at Pentecost, no more, no less. This is not something that the Church can change. So, of course, in medieval times, they had exactly the same as they did at the beginning, and as they do now - Seven: Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Penance, Matrimony, Holy Orders, and Anointing of the Sick.
Yes, because the medieval times was after jesus and they had Catholics all in Rome and the rest of Italy atleast.