What role did the church have in the medieval times?
There were no merchants within the Church of Rome during the medieval period.
Those who lived in the medieval times took their religion seriously, realizing that we are only on this earth for a short while, and that this short time determines where we are going to spend eternity. Thus the role that the Church played in their lives was huge, they lived their life around the Church, her prayers, and her set times were their times.
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
A church in medieval times.
The Medieval Church played a far greater role in Medieval England. In Medieval England, the Church dominated everybody’s life.
Yes. Almost all medieval art was made for the Church.
medieval times queens position at middle ages.
The church had a huge role in the lives of peasants. The church collected the tithe, carried out mass and services (marriage, funerals and baptism)
The role of a messenger in Medieval Times was to give messages to the King and Queen or give them presents from other Kings and Queens.
Being a Squire in medieval times
The Catholic Church
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 made the Church dependent on individual monarchs.
Church represented God's authority on earth.
The leader of the Eastern Orthodox Church in Medieval times was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, who is still the 'first among equals' in the Orthodox Church to this day.
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.
The kings role in medieval times which is the greatest one of the kings roll is the leadership.
To hold church services for the townspeople and people of the manor
They were the nobility and ran the government with the Church.
The cardinals were the most important of the archbishops. They were leaders of the Church in the areas they came from. They had one authority no one else had, which was the ability to elect a new pope when the old pope died.
In medieval times, the common people only attended church on special holy days. The nobles and ruling classes tended to attend weekly.
The role of a cardinal is very simple to understand. The cardinal would encourage peasants to go to church
The pope was always both the spiritual leader and the administrative leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
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is a working person
To get work done.
A tax paid to the Church in Medieval times was called a tithe.
Yes, often times it was a requirement.
The most numerous, and living the hardest live of all the Medieval peasants, were the villeins. The land they were living on belonged to the feudal lord, they had to pay taxes both to their master and to the Church, and they could not move freely from one domain to another.
The Pope's role in the Medieval society is to represent the spiritual authority of the Church and, later, the state authority, which was normally represented by a King or Emperor, but was changed with the argument titled the 'Doctrine of Swords', which claimed that the Pope had authority over both the church and the state.
It played a major role in people's lives and was very influential in government as well. The clergy were among the very few educated people in medieval times (in the West).
Back then, Religion was a part of everything in life (ceremonies, markets, mass, festival. etc) Oh and the church had strict punishments :(
because it played a great role in every bodies life
they influenced society and the way the people ran the government
they are the middle class in the chain
The Church and the nobility.
In medieval times, religion was the #1 central thing to life. Religion was your culture, your education, your beliefs, everything. These were sad times and people relied on religion to save them. And so they loved their church.
The church played a huge role in peasants life. They told them they lived a hard life now but once they died they would be rewarded equal in heaven.
Failure to support the Catholic Church would have resulted in persecution, possibly torture or execution, in medieval times. Even the Cathars found that being a Christian was not enough, people had to belong to the mainstream Church of their day.
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
This made religious gov't, like in medieval times when the church was in control
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.
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people used tiths to serve a church
Church, nobility, peasant/serf.
the church collected most of the taxes
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Most of the medieval festivals were based on Church holidays, such as Easter, Christmas, and so on.
There were no other Christian religions in medieval times. All Christian nations were Christian and still attending the Church that Christ founded.