WEEK 6 TERMS--Church Reform and Crusades

WEEK 6 - EUH 2001 Terms and Outline WEEK 6 They are in error indeed Medieval Church Reform and Crusades Church Reform I Context of Reform Churchs

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EUH 2001 Terms and Outline WEEK 6:: “They are in error indeed”: Medieval Church Reform and Crusades Church Reform I. Context of Reform Church’s attempt to consolidate authority 1. Large-scale reform program 2. Consolidation of church law Æ canon law Harden lines between orthodoxy and heresy, Xns and non-Xns Papal need for reform P. John XII Monastic need for reform II. Wave I—Monastic ( Cluniac ) Reform Movement Cluny –“the greatest single religious event of the 10 th century”, 910 Dk. William of Aquitane, Burgundy A. Elements of Revitalization B. Result of movement Prior III. Wave II—Papal Reform A. P. Leo IX (1049-1054) Cardinals B. Lay Investiture Controversy P. Gregory VII (1073-1085) Hildebrand God’s “vicar on earth” “freedom of the church” Henry IV (1056-1106) Investiture: regalia / scepter and spiritualia / ring and crozier (staff) Bpc. of Milan Gregory v. Henry Excommunication Canossa, Italy, 1077 Gregory v. Henry, Round 2 Concord of Worms, 1122 Significance of Controversy C. Consolidation of Church Law
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course EUH 2001 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '10 term at Santa Fe College.

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WEEK 6 - EUH 2001 Terms and Outline WEEK 6 They are in error indeed Medieval Church Reform and Crusades Church Reform I Context of Reform Churchs

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