- 1 How did monasteries contribute to the spread of Christianity in Europe?
- 2 How did building monasteries help spread Christianity?
- 3 How did monasteries affect the spread of Catholicism?
- 4 What is the monastic movement in Christianity?
- 5 What were the three major effects of the monasteries in Europe?
- 6 What was one of the main purposes of monasteries throughout Europe?
- 7 What was the most powerful force that helped spread Christianity?
- 8 How did some monasteries grow wealthy?
- 9 What were the long lasting effects of the Crusades?
- 10 Who spread Catholicism?
- 11 How did Christianity affect Europe?
- 12 How long did the Catholic Church rule Europe?
- 13 What religion do nuns follow?
- 14 What do monks do all day?
- 15 Do monks still exist?
How did monasteries contribute to the spread of Christianity in Europe?
Monasteries were built in remote areas. Most powerful force that helped spread Christianity were missionaries. Monks were the men who lived in the monasteries. They both helped Christianity spread throughout Europe.
How did building monasteries help spread Christianity?
How did building monasteries help spread Christianity under Charlemagne? People became monks to gain the benefit of living in monasteries. People became Christians because monks taught and cared for them. People who needed work became Christian to obtain jobs from monks.
How did monasteries affect the spread of Catholicism?
The Catholic Church in the Middle Ages Monasteries became major conduits of civilization, preserving craft and artistic skills while maintaining intellectual culture within their schools, scriptoria, and libraries. They functioned as centers for spiritual life as well as for agriculture, economy, and production.
What is the monastic movement in Christianity?
Christian monasticism is the devotional practice of Christians who live ascetic and typically cloistered lives that are dedicated to Christian worship.
What were the three major effects of the monasteries in Europe?
What were the three major effects of the monasteries on Europe? Recovery and evangelization of rural society, intellectual growth, and civilization of the Germanic peoples.
What was one of the main purposes of monasteries throughout Europe?
Monasteries were a place where travelers could stay during the Middle Ages as there were very few inns during that time. They also helped to feed the poor, take care of the sick, and provided education to boys in the local community.
What was the most powerful force that helped spread Christianity?
1. The most powerful force that helped spread Christianity was the pope.
How did some monasteries grow wealthy?
Some monasteries found ways to increase their wealth even while individual monks accepted a life of poverty. For instance, a wealthy outside patron or visitor might donate money, land, or goods to a monastery. Farmers could rent fields from a monastery and pay their rent in the form of money or goods.
What were the long lasting effects of the Crusades?
In fact, religious intolerance increased during and after the Crusades. During the 200 years of the Crusades, Christians killed thousands of Muslims and Muslims killed thousands of Christians. In fact, some Western European Christians killed Eastern European Christians because they dressed like Muslims!
Who spread Catholicism?
Through the late 15th and early 16th centuries, European missionaries and explorers spread Catholicism to the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Pope Alexander VI, in the papal bull Inter caetera, awarded colonial rights over most of the newly discovered lands to Spain and Portugal.
How did Christianity affect Europe?
Christianity had a significant impact on education and science and medicine as the church created the bases of the Western system of education, and was the sponsor of founding universities in the Western world as the university is generally regarded as an institution that has its origin in the Medieval Christian
How long did the Catholic Church rule Europe?
Target 3: I can explain how influential the Roman Catholic Church was in medieval Europe. The Catholic Church in Europe had a heavy influence during the High Middle Ages, the period from about 1000 to 1300 C.E. The Church was the center of life in medieval western Europe.
What religion do nuns follow?
Nuns are most common in Mahayana Buddhism, but have more recently become more prevalent in other traditions. Within Christianity, women religious, known as nuns or religious sisters, are found in Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, and Lutheran traditions among others.
What do monks do all day?
What do monks do all day? They do the things that make them communal — Mass, prayer, reflection, service. They also do the things that make them unique — exercise, collecting, composing, cooking.
Do monks still exist?
Some orders and communities have already become extinct. There are however, still several thousand Anglican monks working today in approximately 200 communities around the world. The most surprising growth has been in the Melanesian countries of the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea.