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St. Michael's College Courses
Course
SMC103Y1
Professor
Carly Manion
Semester
Fall

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Making Sense: A Student's Guide to Research and Writing: Religious Studies (Pages 35 - 39, 153 - 161) 1. What are some good strategies for reading sources and drawing on them for your papers?  Recording all source's bibliographic info  Don't write down everything  Parapharse/quote it 2. How do you cite these sources properly and avoid plagiarism?  Use of footnotes/endnotes  Include author name, title, publishing details, date of publication, specific page number  Full Citation than shortened The Catholic Church: A Brief Popular History (Pages 111 - 130, 182 - 186) *Latin was not longer common language, Charl. = education 1. Who were Anthony and Pachomius of Egypt, and why are they important in the history of Christian monasticism?  Anthony and Pachomius weny to the Egyptian desert to live a monastic live o Inspired Augustine to allow his ppl. to come together 7/day for a common prayer and live in poverty o Influenced 4th century Martin of Tours, leaving military and lived a life of monasticism and leading church 2. What was so innovative about the Rule of St. Benedict in the fifth century? How did the Benedictine model differ from Celtic movements?  Described what a monk should and should not be deriving from Augustine's work o Influenced monasticism:  Humility and compassion  Eight daily worships and performing manual labor (physical work, study and prayer)  Believed in balance compared to other movement  Celtics - polytheistic (more than one God), solely on scriptures, started up Pagans o not common with Benedictine because did not believe in moderation (a lot of fasting) 3. Who were Francis of Assissi and Dominic De Guzman, and how were their visions of religious life distinct from those of Anthony of Egypt and Benedict of Nursia? Why?  Francis of Assissi: Left the life of rich to be poor o Did not all live together but moved around preaching, ideal of poverty o More interested in being an example rather than leading (received a stigmata) *Rejected rule  Dominic De Guzman: Focused on preaching rather than the spirituality of poverty, fighting Cathars 4. What were some opportunities for women in ancient and medieval monastic communities?  Creation of nuns by Bishop Caesarius of Arles: Nuns were not allowed to leave the monastery (far important for women)  Abbesses were suppose to get approval fr. the bishop before leaving cloister  Brigid of Kildare: solitary monks to live next door (double monastery where men/women lived in different places but came together for worship)  Famous figure: Leoba - studied Hebrew and writing while staying at the court with Hiltigard but wanted to leave Note: Easter was debated to be either Roman (Peter) or Celtic (Columba) => Benedictine won and Romanized Pope Succession: Leo l -> Gelasius l: Two swords, one for pop and one for emperor Life of St. Mary of Eygpt 1. What is it that Zossima is
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