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HIEU201LEcture24 - HIEU 201 Oct 24th, 2008 Those Who Pray...

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HIEU 201 Oct 24 th , 2008 Those Who Pray and Those Who Work and Believe: Popular Christianity, Movements of Reform and Heresies, Education 1. Characteristics of Medieval Popular Religion a. Sermons, preaching, catechesis b. Drama c. Icons d. Religious Life e. Monastic options f. Mendicant Orders g. Ley monastic movement (teriarties, widows, hermits, anchorites) h. i. Personal devotion – naming, gardian angels j. k. Life and Death i. ii. Death iii. Prophesy and Apocalypse l. Eucharist as visual event m. Holy Orders as extra grace n. o. Purgatory (1437) p. Treasury of Merit (1343) q. Communio sanctorum 2. Monasticism a. Emergence in Cluny (910) b. c. Rule of St. Augustine d. The Cistercians & the Rule of St. Benedict i. Abbot Robert: Molseme to Citeaux ii. Bernard of Clairvaux e. Women and Monastic Life
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