It was everything it controlled every aspect of life for everyone, it was life
Religion and the Church
The church almost became a commercial enterprise during the Middle Ages thanks to the fact that it had a majority of the money during the time. Money meant control.
they went to church and prayed in large cathedrals
Religion was very important in the middle ages. there was a church in the middle of every village and religion effected all aspects of life.
The church, more specifically the religion of Christianity.
most of the time a peasants religion during the middle ages was Christianity in the form of catholic religion whether you were a king, knight, lord or peasant your life was dominated by the church
The Catholic Church was the most powerful church during the Middle Ages, as it was the only church at the time.
the pope because he ruled the church and everyone had to follow him or they would be kicked out of the church and are you tlc?
The Catholic church was the only religion in the middle ages and it taught that man was born in sin and to reach heaven he needed to do as the church told him. The church was seen as the "middle man" between man and God. If a person was excommunicated by the church he/she would not be saved and that there would be no salvation for them.
The original message was being lost in all the religion.
Because religion was so important during the Middle Ages, most people owned Bibles.
The Roman catholic church during the middle ages in Europe can best be described as a church that was a stable influence. This was during a time where central governments were weaker.
In Europe during the Middle Ages the only recognized religion was Christianity, in the form of the Catholic religion.
Catholicism was the predominate religion during the Middle Ages.
Islam, during the time of the Ottoman Empire.
Overall, Europe during the Middle Ages was predominantly Catholic. However at the begining of the period, their religion was partly Christian.
There were no reformers. The Catholic church was in full control of the society.
i think its the catholic church
Charlemagne is the greatest catholic church leader during the Middle Ages. He was crwon as the Holy Roman Empire.
There was one church and one religion in the middle ages and that was Catholic. So, any timeline would be of the Catholic Church.
The major religion in western Europe during the Middle Ages was Christianity, usually a form of Roman Catholicism.
The middle ages were the dark ages or the medieval ages. During this time period the church was pretty much the head and rule. Everyone was roman catholic and they put God first then the priest. Religion united the people during this time because it was the one thing they all had in common during those hard times.
The Protestants left the Roman Catholic Church after the Middle Ages ended, during the Renaissance.
During the Middle Ages art was mainly commissioned by The Church.
the ate chicken and fish