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Lecture 14

HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Berno Of Cluny, Pope Gregory Vii, Cluniac Reforms


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History
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HIST-UA 157
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Lecture
14

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a. Reform movements of the Church
a.i. Abbot Berno of Cluny
a.i.1. Cluniac Reforms
a.i.1.a. He attempted to reform the Church by
declaring that nobles could no longer interfere with
monastery affairs
a.i.1.b. He revived the Benedictine Rule
a.i.1.c. He filled the monastery with extremely religious
men
a.i.1.d. Only for the monastery of Cluny (eastern
France)
a.ii. Pope Gregory VII and Simony
a.ii.1. Extended Cluniac reforms throughout the Church
a.ii.2. He outlawed the marriage of priests
a.ii.3. He also prohibited simony (selling of Church offices)
a.ii.4. Christians got to renew their faith
a.ii.5. The Church got to choose Church officials  caused
conflict w/ nobles and church
b. Jews in Europe
b.i. The Muslims were tolerant of the Jews, but the Christians were not
as much
b.ii. Anti-Semitism and its development in the middle ages
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