What did the church play in medieval Europe?
They were the nobility and ran the government with the Church.
The Roman Catholic Church
powerful and big
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.
They had no choice as it was the only church at that time.
it got to powerful
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roman catholic church
The Catholic Church and the monarchs.
Church represented God's authority on earth.
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.
the role the church played was nobility and they ran the government with the church. Moe Sheikh Decatur High School Football #57/28 pleaz i improved it :P anonomus azngirl!!:p
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Allowing the bible to be printed and distributed to the people.
Multiple sets of beliefs
The Roman Catholic Church
it led to the questioning of church authority
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
It made the Church dependent on individual monarchs.
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 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.
Because of the harsh conditions of the medieval times people turned to the church because they only hoped to get to heaven, this caused the church to become powerful because it could influence the people.
Yes, because the medieval times was after jesus and they had Catholics all in Rome and the rest of Italy atleast.
A church in medieval times.
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They played as protection towards the lords
The church ran the government and society of Europe. They made the rules and if a king didn’t follow their laws they excommunicated him. In medieval Europe this was the worse thing to happen to a person. The church taught that they were the only means to communicate with God and it wasn’t until the Neoplatonic thought and the printing press man finally realized they didn’t need a Middle man to communicate with God.
The Roman Catholic Church
It was used by the Catholic Church and in academic settings
it wasused by the catholic church in academic situations.
Latin - but not classical Latin. Church Latin (also called Low Latin or Medieval Latin) was used throughout Europe during the medieval period, which meant that meetings (synods) of bishops, abbots and other Church officials from many different countries could be held in that universal language.
What institution provided unity and some degree of stability in Medieval Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire?
The Catholic Church
Archtecture gave people jobs and made churches ergant
Which of the following is true of the roman empire and and the roman catholic church in medieval Europe?
Please tell us what the following are.
It influenced society and the way people ran government. Medieval and Early Modern Times textbook. Every ROLE, as most wee not allowed to speak/pray/believe for themselves...for fear of their lives/families, they had to conform or suffer the consecquences.
I am not sure what you mean by "reserve". Please restate what you want to know.
During the medieval in Europe the political power of the kings and great nobles was often constrained by the actions of?
High church officials.
This question as written makes no sense. Does it ask what the role is of the woman in Medieval Europe or what her role was in the Ancient Period. Furthermore, it fails to specify a locality.
1=most important 1)Pope 2)Cardinal 3)Archbishop 4)Bishop 5)Priest Hope this helps!
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During the Middle Ages, the Church ran monastic schools and cathedral schools in Western Europe. Later, some of the medieval universities were also run by the Church. There is a link to a related question below, where more information may be found.
The hierarchy of the Church in medieval Europe is the same as it is today. The hierarchy from top to bottom is as follows: 1. Pope 2. Cardinals 3. Archbishops 4. Bishops 5. Priests 6. Deacons 7. non-ordained religious men and women 8. the Laity (faithful Catholics)
"the life of a merchant in Medieval Europe"
Up until the Reformation, starting in 1517, there was one church in Europe, the Roman Catholic Church. Both before and after the Reformation the religion was Christianity.
During the medieval period in Europe the political power of the kings and great nobles was often constrained by the actions of who?
high church officals
During the medieval period in Europe the political power of the kings and great nobles was often constrained by the actions of?
Pope and church to some extent, but in the late middle ages the kings often fought the Pope and ignored him.
Europeans began questioning their faith in the catholic church -Apex