Religion in the medieval period is frequently depicted as a "time of ignorance and superstition," defying reason and logic. While Christianity and its denominations made up the majority of medieval religion, Germanic paganism and Islam also existed.
Religion in the medieval period is frequently depicted as a "time of ignorance and superstition," defying reason and logic. While Christianity and its denominations made up the majority of medieval religion, Germanic paganism and Islam also existed.
A large majority of Hispanics ARE Roman Catholic.
Yes. One the spouse dies, the bond of marriage is disbanded. Therefore, the widowed man or woman can enter into a religious vocation (Priests, Nuns, Monks, etc..)
If you grew up Catholic but left the Church, and in doing so didn't speak out contrary to the Church or cause public scandal, all you need to do is enter into the Sacrament of Reconcilliation with a priest, explain your situation, and then be welcomed back home. If you're thinking of returning to the Church, welcome back.
Answer people communicated by letters or talking to the person face to face. Answer They had mail in the Middle Ages, which was generally provided by monastic orgainizations. Members of courts who wanted to avoid proof of communication commonly sent messengers who had memorized what to say. They also had a semaphore system called heliography, which was done by using mirrors to reflect sunlight. There were also primitive semaphore systems used on watchtowers. And they… Read More
You can, you can even do it on ebay.
In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, all callings are given through inspiration received by the Presiding Authority. They are then set apart to that calling. A release from that calling may be requested by the person or through further inspiration from the said Authority. A Bishop or Branch President may serve in the position for many years until released by a General Authority. In a Ward of say 400 members it… Read More
A Medieval Lord was simply known as LORD, YOUR LIEGE, or YOUR HONOR. The rank below a Lord was vassals, below vassals were serfs, which is the lowest position. Also he could be known as Sire.
Because you have to interpret what could have happened and to believe. have faith because there are no real proven facts.
The average middle school child eats a lot ,because he/she is growing and needs the energy. Ideally the child should be encouraged to eat a good breakfast containing some protein (such as yoghurt, bacon, eggs, sausage, cheese...) and complex carbohydrates (such as pronutro, all-bran, muesli, whole wheat bread, whole wheat muffin...) and diary (such as milk, yoghurt, cheese...). Encourage a child to eat breakfast by getting the whole family together early in the morning and… Read More
There were many roles for a monk in the 16th century. There would be a silent monk, who would live his life in silence as an act of honorary to his religion, a Prior who would be a deputy head monk, a Frior who would be the head monk, and Community monks who would help out with the community.
It affected it by killing all of Euroe's workers so Europe wasn't getting any work doen. Also all of the rats kept btting these people so they died.
post-reformation, most protestant churches would've been identical to catholic structures in architechtural construction and style. however they would've been much plainer, white-washed walls, and without statues or similar artwork, which filled catholic churches.
Answer The main reason that the church was so powerful was because the church was had so much money and land. Answer The origins of the power of the Church lay in the fact that people believed in its teachings. The fact that it gained power was to some degree the fact that it was officially accepted by Constantine, and the fact that Theodosius made it the state religion of the Roman Empire in 380… Read More
Nuns are enrolled in religious orders with various Apostolates ( missions, in the sense of career paths) It used to be fairly evenly divided between the teaching apostolate and the Health-Care hospital apostolate. At one time about half the Nursing schools in the United States fell under Religious hospital staffing . ( This was not remotely true of any other professional calling). In Hudson County alone St. Francis Hospital and St.Mary"s were both o r… Read More
Simply because it is nice to not feel like a stranger in a new place, and to have someone to help you know where to sit etc. or you can feel rather out of it.
just a traditional layout of the place.
Nobles found that when Henry 8 seized church land and distributed it to them, the power of the Papacy was reduced and democracy advanced in England through decentralization of land.
churchs were highly important because if you didnt go to church and pray every Sunday, get babtised or receive your sacriments you would go stright to hell!
bc in southpark the believe red heads have no soul and in return are doomed to hell
Nun is a contraction of the word renunciant. However, they are more commonly referred to as sisters in the church.
The Reverend Canon Geoffrey Seagrave Pearson BA is the Bishop of Lancaster, in the Diocese of Blackburn (as of 26 July 2006)
PEANUT man went to Scotland then a RAT bit him!!! he screamed and drowned it. Then he coughed all over someone and he then fell over and died. He's family back in America, "the Penunts" then herd the news and bit rats in New York. They soon died after. So did the rats. The End. Writen by Gemima and Edgar Khan. Shut up you little pot licker or I'll shove you in the microwave. PEANUT… Read More
He was sometimes portrayed as God or evil
Ultimately, the cause of the Great Schism of 1054 was a question of who was the highest authority. The underlying reasons why there was a split, however, developed in earliest beginnings of the Church. In those days the Church was never completely unified, and several of the original organizations, such as the Coptic Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches, which date from ancient times, still exist as separate entities. By far, the largest body of the… Read More
A Humanist is essentially any person who has a high view of human beings. Some Humanists are people of faith and some are not. The basic idea is that there is "good stuff" inside of human beings which should be valued and utilized for the betterment of all. The Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation (15th-16th centuries) were produced by a kind of Christian humanism, so it was a Humanism spring-boarding largely from Christian values and… Read More
No, a serf was not a slave, though it might be difficult for many people to understand the difference. A slave is a possession of an owner, and must do whatever he is told to do. A serf was free to the extent that he could decide what to do himself. He had obligations to fulfill, just as people do who enter into contracts. He was obliged to work the fields of his feudal lord… Read More
They seldom used plates. Most of the time they used a hard chunk of bread to hold the food and either ate it or threw it to the dogs when they were done.
The CATHEDRAL were characterized by the buildings' large scale and follows. They had certain complex structural forms.
There were schisms, the East-West schism of 1054 was the worst, but there were others including the schism in the Western Schism from 1378 to 1417. There were important people, such as St. Benedict and St. Francis, starting monastic organizations. Thomas Becket was martyred. There were a lot of times when popes and kings or emperors came into conflict. The papal excommunication of King John of England is an example. There were many important Church… Read More
During the Renaissance era, astrology was considered one of the sciences. Educated men and women, including Elizabeth I, used astrology. Astrological calculations were used for the diagnosis of physical and mental issues. Relationships between the planets were used to predict anything from birth to death.
They lived in basic housing usually passed down from parent to son. Their diet consisted from pottage and bread. Meat was a sign of wealth so it was rarely avaliable except for feasts and if it was poached. Not all poor people were serfs. After the Norman Conqest of 1066 the new lords from Normandy enslaved many people but gradually these people freed themselves though they were still under the law of their lords but… Read More
Cardinal Peter d'Ailly declared that the immorality in the nunneries was so notorious that it was common for girls who wanted to enter a life of prostitution simply to take the veil. One of the reasons for the Church's denunciation of Savonarola was that he declared the nuns in the convents were no better than harlots, and that the whole fabric of morality was being corrupted by the adultery of members of the religious orders… Read More
Answer relating to climate Some people say that the cause of the fall of the Roman empire in the West around 400 AD was a change in the climate, which caused famines and plagues and made people unhappy with their government. •It is true that there was a cold period around this time in Western Europe, but it probably came a little later, in the 500's and 600's AD, too late to be the cause… Read More
Reformation it was accociated with pagen rituals
the Roman Catholic church.
Nestorianism is the doctrine that Jesus exists as two persons, the man Jesus and the divine Son of God, or Logos, rather than as a unified person.
It wasn't only in medieval Germany that the state was able to interfere in religious matters! From the 3rd, Century in Rome the Emperors used the Bishops of Rome, the Popes, as civil servants and the Church as a dept of state. It happened all over Christian Europe! Why? Because the King, or whoever, tribal chief, had power and needed every help to preserve it. The Church had authority amongst their flock and were prepared… Read More
In Mesopotamia, merchants' boats may have been destroyed, causing them to not be trusted by the buyer.
Answer: My suggestion is to work your way up.. start with a 50cc and next go no higher then a 125cc. This bike will easily go 55mph or a little higher~ not fast by automotive speeds go.. But can cause alot of problems if you fall off the bike. Another bonus for a 125cc is the fact that they are very cheap if you buy used on eBay or at a local bike store.. As… Read More
Religious orders will not accept people for membership until they have reached 18 years of age; many require that applicants be older. The process takes several year before full membership is achieved, and can be anything from 7 years to 12 (for a Jesuit). Postulancy: 6 months Novitiate: 1-2 years Simple vows: 3-5 years Final vows: after simple vows
There are no 'holy' people in Buddhism. Many people in Taiwan practise a syncretic religion of which Buddhist practice only forms a small part. However, in recent times Tibetan Buddhism has been gaining popularity.
Cardinals were Church officers, usually archbishops, who had the additional authority to elect a pope, should one be needed.
A new form of architecture that emerged in the high Middle Ages was called the French style, or Gothic architecture.
Maria Agnesi was not born until may 16 1718.
The split of Chrisianity 1054 The title of Pope was not used until the fourth century; until then the title was "Bishop of Rome." The first papal see was traditionally the Apostle Peter, who had been martyred in ROme in AD 67. It is from this that the popes claimed the authority of represtenting Christ in the Chruch, becoming the rulers of all Christendom. For the frist five centruies of Christianity the bishops of Rome… Read More
Yes, according to Wikipedia under the entry 'Pocahontas.' Several renowned personalities claim ancestry to her, as you can discover in this section... My dad, his siblings and cousins are 13th generation great grandchildren, my sisters, siblings and cousins are 14th and my daughter and her cousins, 15th. My dad had an aunt named Pocahontas, who went by the name of Pokie. I remember her always staying at the Pontchartrain Hotel in New Orleans when visiting.
In the Middle Ages the whole of Western and Central Europe was Catholic. Eastern Europe, Greece and much of modern Turkey was Orthodox. roman catholic when the church took over.
look their are several things you have to take into account A: just because the gun is high calibre does not mean it can punch through armor B: a gun may be the same calibre as another one however one of them may be armor piercing C: depends what bullet you use some may be expanding non expanding or armour piercing however in calibre probably a 50 cal vickers machine gun i know its not… Read More
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Many nuns do live in monasteries and convents, but some live out in the community where they work, too. For example, if a nun was a leader in a university campus Catholic Student Center, she would probably live in a house somewhere near her work. A nun lives in a convent or a nunnery. Many nuns live in convents (or nunneries), but some now live out the community. Roman Catholic Answer Nuns live in a… Read More
The definition of Arson is 'the criminal act of setting fire to owned property with an intention to damage property or endanger lives.' Burning a house down is arson and punishment if caught the arsonist could be given a five year to life imprisonment (if there were people in the house that sustained injuries from the fire or died in the fire). My ex received a felony arson charge with $5,000 of property damage on… Read More
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A monk strap is the nonfunctional strap at the ankle of a man's shoe overlaying the throat.
There are a couple of ways to answer your question. A nave (Latin navis, "ship") is "the long central section directly inside the main (liturgical west end) doors" according to Wikipedia. (See the Wikipedia article for more information.) In some churches, there are miniature models of ships. They may be gifts from parish members who have been rescued from an accident on a ship, or a memorial object of a naval accident.
At about 4 p.m. the general conversation came to a close, and the gathering dispersed, except for a few gentlemen with whom Swamiji continued his talk on different subjects, such as England and America, and so on. In the course of conversation he said: "I had a curious dream on my return voyage from England. While our ship was passing through the Mediterranean Sea, in my sleep, a very old and venerable looking person, Rishi-like… Read More
Unsure of what you mean by accepted. The Old Catholic Orthodox Church is NOT in communion with the Vatican and is not part of the Catholic Church (Under the authority of the Pope). REPLY As far as I know The Old Catholic Orthodox Church does not needs to be accepted andor aproved by the Roman Catholic Church. God(Previous answer from some Catholic) Updated Answer(From an agnodiestic): The idea of Christianity has been around long before… Read More
The Medieval Times, or Middle Ages, stretches from a time period of about 800 A.D.-1400 A.D. Religious practices varied across the different regions of Europe, Asia, and Africa. The various religions during this time period are much the same as they are today. In Europe we see the development of Christianity, in its Protestant and Catholic forms. Judaism was still being practiced, but had taken a "back seat" to the rise of Christianity. Buddhism and… Read More
In the grand scheme of thing the Crusades were an unmitigated disaster. At the beginning of each Crusade there had been high ideals preached by the hierarchy of the Church and temporal rulers promised to reestablish Christendom in the lands where God had walked as man. Knights enlisted with thoughts of winning glory for God, for themselves and to drive the heathen from the Holy Land. Very quickly this disintegrated into personal greed, nationalism and… Read More
The medieval buildings that have survived best in Europe are mainly castles and churches, especially cathedrals. This suggests that the Middle Ages was a time when violent grandees imposed their will by force on others; it was often marked by lawlessness. It was also a society where the power and wealth of the Church were enormous ... There are also a few fine residential buildings, especially in Italy, but they tend to be from the… Read More
The powers of kings and emperors were limited in various ways. Very few kings of the Middle Ages attempted to assert unlimited power, and came too close usually met with trouble. First of all, in some countries, such as Scotland and the Holy Roman Empire, the monarch did not come to the throne by inheriting it. These monarchs were elected by groups of powerful men who had their own agendas and who had things to… Read More
Especially with the conflicts of the medieval period, its difficult to sort the chickens from the eggs. In order to impose a religious faith on others, you'd want a noble with an army behind you. If you're a nobleman seeking power and wanting to have a cause that rallies people willing to get killed in wars, religion can be a good cause to sell.
a king, or greater noble in the Middle Ages of Europe
Answer It took around 10-12 years to build one Answer Usually, stone castles took years to build, but there was a great deal of variation. The construction of a simple castle, as a motte and bailey on an existing tump, could take less than a year. According to the Wikipedia artlcle on castles, the cosntruction of such a simple castle on a mound 5 meters high and 15 meters across could be done by 50… Read More
== == The "Dark Ages" or "Middle Ages" are not unique for their superstitions and mythology. There has yet to be a race of human beings that has not produced or embraced a set of superstitions or fables. While indeed such things helped explain the unknown, it was seldom comforting filling the unknown with mysterious beings that were even more threatening. Many of these mythologies and superstitions were brought over and adapted from the paganism… Read More
The pope derives his power from an unbroken succession of the line of bishops begining with Jesus telling Peter you are the rock upon which I build my church throughout history to today and Pope Benedict XVI.
the manor system and the importance of land ownership
not all of them.
No one discovered Thomas Becket's body; his murder was witnessed by a number of people. Thomas Becket was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral during Vespers. His murder was witnessed by monks, and we even have a record of the testimony describing the murder from at least one of them.
During the Middle Ages, there were two primary centers of Christianity, Rome and Constantinople, which had been the capitals of the Roman Empire. The main body of the Church was united, more or less, until the Great Schism of 1054, when the Roman Catholic Church remained in Rome, and the Eastern Orthodox Church prevailed in Constantinople. There were other, smaller, branches of Christianity, such as the Coptic Orthodox Church, and the Oriental Orthodox Church, which… Read More
The government at this time was actually supporting the church financially is some cases. They were very seperated, but not as much as in years to come.
Thomas Becket was killed by knights . Whether or not that King Henry told him to, we just don't know.
Political and exchange rate risks
Most of the bible was written well before the time of the church(s) as we know it today. Todays chruches can all be traced down to one man who was smitten with some sort of reformation or protestation bug. Only one church can be traced to Christ and it was in place before he came as a man. All else one reads outside the Bible is of man, by man and for nothing but confusion… Read More
Most historians predict that it was 25-35 for a normal human. However, you must remember that for a nobleman or King then you could expect to live well into your 60's or 70's. Although some normal people could live until their 50's/60's if they were treated well by their local nobleman, which was unlikely but some did live to this age.
It is called the 'nave'
There are many advantages to joining a mega church. For example, mega churches have a huge degree of fellowship and offer lots of support to their members. Furthermore, they offer alternative services which feature live Christian rock and alternative music.
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.
In the Middle Ages, royalty had access to aspects of the Church to which the peasants did not have. For example, many monarchs had a priest who acted as the monarch's personal confessor.
Ano Domino, or after Christ, the better and more politically correct suffix to a date is CE meaning "Common Era" or BCE meaning "Before the Common Era".
Generally either you are baptised as a baby, or you may be baptised as an adult. If you wish to be baptised as an adult (or you have already been baptised in another church) you have to undergo what is called "The Catechumenate" or the Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) during which you are instructed in the faith, at the end of which you may be rebaptised (using a specific form of baptism called provisional… Read More
Many old noble families were so wealthy that their influence rivaled that of the monarch. The Church controlled great wealth also.
A monk is a person who dedicates his life to his religion. Not by becoming a priest but by placing himself outside the day to day activities of normal society and family life and responsibilities and adopting the rules and traditions of the religious community he is joining.
Maybach it is!
eg: blacksmith, farmer, ale-maker
Medieval doom paintings are pictures of what medieval people thought of. A picture of Heaven and a picture of Hell. A doom is a painting of the last judgment, an event in christian eschatology. Christ judges souls, and then sends them to either heaven or hell. Many Dooms survive in medieval churches dating from around the 12th to 16th centuries, although they were virtually standard in churches from much earlier than that. Dooms were used… Read More
when Jesus was born, because Mary and Joseph was not married, and back then you didn't have any sex until you were married. so Mary and Joseph didn't have any sex, but Mary still got pregnant with Jesus.
A Hoosier is a person that was born and raised in Indiana. While the exact source of the word is unknown, it's speculated that it originated from when someone would say "hoosier?" instead of "who's here?" after someone would knock on their door.
It is important to note that there are many varieties of Roman Catholics among the laity. Cultural Catholics are people who observe the religion's rituals as an ethnic tradition with little concern for the Church's doctrines. Liberal Catholics interpret the religion with a grain of salt - often condoning things like homosexuality and premarital sex. Folk Catholics practice a variety of superstitions that they've amalgamated together, such as the use of religious items to ward… Read More
Black Death Plague killed one in every three. This left Europe empty and broken.
Thomas Becket was born on December 21, 1118.
Vatican city (CNS) - The church should teach unity in diversity and promote the well-being and dignity of all people, Pope Benedict XVI told a group of bishops from Cameroon. "The church is called to become more and more a home and school of communion," the pope said in his March 18 address to bishops on their "ad limina" visit to the Vatican, which heads of dioceses make every five years. The pope noted how… Read More
The duty of a monk is to pray. Particularly the monk chants the Psalms in what is called the Divine Office (Work of God). A typical traditional Catholic monastic prayer day looks like this: 3:30 AM Vigils (12 Psalms) then about an hour for private prayer 6:00 AM Lauds (Morning prayer, 5 Psalms) 7:30 AM Prime (3 Psalms) 9:00 AM Tierce (3 Psalms) 9:30 AM Holy Eucharist 12:00 PM Sext (3 Psalms) 3:00 PM None… Read More
The "pillars of the earth" are cathedrals. I am currently reading a novel entitled "The Pillars of the Earth" which revolves around people building a cathedral!
They went to theaters and played nine man morris and they did some else for a report i would suggest that you can write this down or go to www.google.com and then type in your question they also went to carnivals and played games and had fun.
I'm sorry, but I do not see the issue here. It's like asking "how can you have black shoes and white shoes?" You just do it. It's not like there's anything illegal going on here; if you can afford two homes, you certainly should be able to afford two cars.
This is a strange phenomenon that happens to a lot of people. On one hand, patting can indicate that the hugger is a little uncomfortable with hugging and doesn't know what to do with his hands or how to remain in the embrace for an extended period of time. On the other hand, back-rubbing can serve to emphasize the emotion of the hugger. It's like underlining a hug. Whatever the sentiment that went into the… Read More
It depends greatly upon the church. Many churches pay their organist. Some pay professional musicians that come in for special programs. Some will even pay singers to insure the proper voices are available in the choir, particularly for special presentations, such as Handel's Messiah.