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Unformatted text preview: Concordat of Worms (1122) o Innocent III (1198-1216) – the strongest pope of all time 4 th Lateran Council (1215) – a lot of the sacraments were set down and made strict law • Popular religion o Augustine of Hippo (345–430) – wrote about mans relationship to women, its eve’s fault we are sinners 1 o Mystics – women, “I don’t need a priest to tell me about religion, I can read the bible myself”, could be sent to a nunnery, or silenced permanently o Saints – people who actually lived on earth, most popular – Mary, Jesus, and apostles, miracles, o Relics – something that a saint had touched or warn, could be a part of a saint’s body 2...
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- Fall '09
- History, Popes, Pope Gregory VII, Concordat of Worms, Benedict of Nursia, Investiture Controversy