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Emergence of groups reacting to whats going on

-Renounce property
-Travel the world to preach
-Primary mission: evangelization of the world through words and actions

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Difference between Monasticism & Mendicants

-Contemplatives (thinking introvert) vs. Active Contemplatives (acting extrovert)
- Monasticism:
-Act of dwelling alone
-little to no interaction w/ the world
-Devote themselves for prayer and sacrifice for the sanctification of the world
-Cloistered
-Mendicants:
-"Begging"
-traveling around
-More time spent serving the community through various ministeries

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Similarities between Mendicants and Monasticism

-Worship God
-Christian
-Community prayer
-Communal meals
-labor/ work
-Private prayer
-Meditation
-Study
-Religious vows
-heart and life is prayer and service to make the Church holier
-Have early Christian goals

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3 Groups

-Franciscans (Friars minor)
-Poor Clares (Poor ladies of assisi
-Dominicans (Order of preachers)

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Saint Francis (Founding of Franciscans)

-Born into wealth
-Fought in small military battles
-Encountered a leper whom he associated with crucified christ
-Heard Christ speak in San Damiano Chapel ('repair my house')
- Repaired San Damiano then fixed the people of the Church

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Saint Francis after "Repair my house" (Founding of Franciscans)

-Took up life of complete poverty
-Committed to strengthening the Church (spread the Good News)
-Eventually people followed
-Order approved by Pope Innocent III in 1209 (First mendicant group)

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Franciscans

-Living out the gospel is the reason for being
-model life after christ--> living in poverty in imitation o Jesus and the apostles
-Renounce all property individually and communally
-rely on support from their work an community

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Spirituality

-How you practice or live out your faith

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Ministry

-Service (job or work) for others caused by God in the Church

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Early Franciscans

-Positioned in towns among the people (especially poor)
-Pulpit, confessional, service for the sick and weak, foreign missions, peace crusades
-Powerful voice for renewal in the medieval church

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Franciscans Now

-Chaplains in hospitals and nursing homes
-Educators/ professors Kindergarden through College
-Spiritual guidance
-Parish ministry
-Homeless outreach
-Counseling addiction

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3 Orders of Franciscans

-Order of Friars Minor
-Poor Clare Nuns
-Secular Franciscan Order (Lay people)

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Founding of the Poor Clares

-St. Clare: Italian Noblewomen
-Inspired by Francis to live a life for Jesus
-Gave up all she had, and a group of women followed her
-Created First Rule for Women

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The Poor Clares Then

-Founded in 1212 in Assisi
-Religious community of cloistered nuns
-Dedicated to penance: Great sacrifices made through prayer
-Contemplative life of prayer and joy based on Franciscan tradition of simplicity and poverty

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Poor Clares Today

-Over 20,000 sisters in over 70 countries
-Small communities 4-13 nuns
--> Family is an important value
-Primary ministry (Mission): Life of prayer for the needs of the world

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Founding of the Dominicans

-Founder by Saint Dominic de Guzman
-Young priest in France who encountered a heretical group (group who believes in heresies)
-Created an order to live monastic ideals outside monastery
-Wanted well-educated clergy

Why?
-Reason through faith
-Teach others
-Know why heresies are wrong

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Dominicans

The Dominicans--> "Black Friars"
-Founded 1215 as The Order of Preachers
-Emerged to combat heresies
-Primarily teaching and preaching order

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Dominicans Then

-Emphasized theological study--> Educated friars are of the greatest service to the Church
-Could proclaim truth (veritas) of the Gospels & wisdom of Church's Tradition
-Dominican houses founded in university towns

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Dominicans Now

-Theologians and scholars
-Educators in colleges and high schools
-Traveling preachers
-Pastors (Head of parish)
-Chaplains (Priests in hospitals, schools, police stations)
-Campus ministers

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Romanesque Architecture

-Massive pillars
-Rounded arches
-Fortresses
-Small windows: Not as much natural light
-Square top entrances
-Thick, heavy walls
-Designed in a cross shape (cruciform)

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Gothic Cathedrals

-Thin walls
-rid-vaulted ceilings
-Tall windows
-concrete arches (Buttresses)
-Stained glass
-Steeps roves
-Very ornate (decorated)

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Why were Cathedrals built?

-Pride in religion after Edict of Milan
-Many people had to go to mass in large cities due to urbanization, so they had to fit everyone (Wanted to worship through their structures)

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Education in the Early Middle Ages

-Education was provided by monastery schools (They have the books)
-Taught by monks or nuns
-Primary focus was training the clergy
-Children of nobles and villages went (wanted to be literate)

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12th Century Educations

-Universities grew out of the early schools
-Teachers and students group together to study certain topics
- Studied Liberal arts and Sciences
-Universitas formed= Masters had to earn a license & students had to earn degrees

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Liberal Arts and Sciences

Liberal Arts: Astronomy, music, grammar, logic, math, geometry
Sciences: Theology, law, medicine

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The Begining of Universities

-Students (male only) could enter at 14
-Liberal arts took 6 years
-Further study in medicine, law, or theology could take an additional 12 years--> Master or Doctoral degree
-Major universities sprang up in Paris, Oxford, Cambridge, Salamanca, etc. all across Europe
-University of Bologna--> First university in 1088

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Scholasticism

-Method of thinking, teaching, and writing in medieval universities
-Emphasized dialog to come to a truth through reasoned arguments
-Centered on knowledge about God
-Faith and reason work off of each other

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Whats going on in the Church before the Mendicants?

-Corruption in the Church
-Crusades led to thirst for wealth, power, glory over all else
-Use of Mercenaries: Foreign soldiers payed to fight in wars

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Albigensians

-Heretical group in France
-Pose new threat to the Church
-Believed all creation is evil (even humans)
-Anti-sacerdotal: Opposed the priesthood
-Rejected Eurcharist
-Combatted with Lateran Council IV

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Lateran Council IV

-Instated by Pope Innocent III to combat the Albigensians
-Established 70 Cannon laws
-Ex: Seal of Confession, enforcement of celibacy, no simony, no lay investiture

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Transubstantiation

-The real presence of Christ in the Eucharist through the transformation of the substance of bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ
-Changes by the power of the Holy Spirit during Consectration
-Outlined by Council of Trent (Church doctrine)

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Eucharistic Adoration

-The exposed Eucharist displayed in a monstrance
-St. Francis is credited to this practice
-Started when giving thanks for victory in the Albigensian crusades

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Lateran Council IV Canons

-Enforcement of clerical celibacy
-Elimination of simony
-Annual confession
-Seal of confession
-Eucharist at Easter
-7 sacraments instituted by Christ
-Defined Transubstantiation

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Corpus Christi

-Feast that celebrates the Body of Christ consecrated in Mass
-Means "The Body of Christ"

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Medieval Inquisition

-Brought about to address common heresies of the 13th Century
-Capturing and punishing heretics began 4th Century--> Could be fined, imprisoned, flogging (beating, whipping), etc.
-First execution was 350 AD--> Pope objected to this
-Believed purpose of capturing a heretic is conversion, not execution

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Papal Inquisition

-1231: Established by Pope Gregory IX primarily in Germany, Italy, France
-Goals:
1. Suppress doctrine that were inconsistent with Church teachings
2. Reunite the sinner to the Church and God

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Inquisitors

-Were Franciscans and Dominicans
-Educated to combat heresies
-Did works for society (reputable)
-Travelers
-Approved by the Pope & devoted to him
-Good at explaining (showing and doing)
-Have no attachment to secular leaders (feudal lords), only answer to the Pope

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Heretic Sentences

-Organized into panels of 3 to investigate and judge
-Travel to towns to speak to townspeople
-The accused were given list of charges, witnesses were summoned, trial followed
-Sentence coukd be anything from fasting, pilgrimages, more Mass, different clothes, etc.
-1% put to death by secular authorities
-10% in prison
-Abuses did take place

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Spanish Inquisition

-Late 15th Century
-Adherence to Catholicism in Spain to converts
-Under authority of Kings of Spain, not the Church--> King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella
****Goal: To stamp out any possible opposition to their leadership and unite Spain, must conform to Catholicism

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Spanish Inquisition Beginning and End

-Began in 1481: People executed
-Pope Sixtus IV authorized inquisition but wanted accused to appeal to Rome and have legal counsel
-Ferdinand rejected this
-Targeted recent converts to faith- especially Jews and Muslims
-Changed to trials on offense to the faith--> Sins committed, Protestant believers, "purity of blood" (New World) for those wishing to be ordained
-Abolished in 1834