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Role of the Church

The Roman Catholic Church in Medieval Europe Chapter 3 Vocabulary

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monastery A community of monks; communities devoted to prayer and service to fellow Christians.
monk A man who has taken a solemn vow to devote his life to prayers and to help people; service in a monastery.
pilgrimage A journey to a holy site.
convent A community of nuns, also called a nunnery.
nun Women who live in convents; important reformers and thinkers, advised Pope, NOT married. Service in a convent.
theology Christians ideas and teachings; christian truths, God and religious truths.
monasticism A way of life with men and women who devote their life to their religion.
friar A person who wanted to live a religious life without the seclusion of a monastery.
Created by: jkirkpatrick97