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The Interplay between the life of one significant person, their context and religion.
Terms in this set (12)
Spaniard: "Symbol of"
"Symbol of resistance to the Moors."
Spaniard: 'Commit to' (Russo 1980)
'Commit to the monastery in Santiago De Compostela at age 15.'
Spaniard: "Death to" (Russo 1980)
"Death to the monks."
Spaniard: "Committing himself" (Russo 1980)
"Committing himself to marriage or to his Church."
Benedictine: "Pax (peace) and"
"Pax (peace) and ora et labora (prayer and work)"
Benedictine: "To sustain himself" (Russo 1980)
"To sustain himself in the strange, crude land of material values which was then hardly even a name to him."
Benedictine: "Able to adapt" (Russo 1980)
"Able to adapt to the needs of the people in all parts of the world."
Benedictine: "Helped Indian tribes" (Russo 1980)
"Helped Indian tribes with the clashing of cultures."
Missionary: "Barren, unhealthy and" (Russo 1980)
"Barren, unhealthy and useless."
Missionary: "Native people were" (Russo 1980)
"Native people were considered to be footloose nomads who lacked any sense of ownership."
Missionary: "Appreciated the aborigines" (Russo 1980)
"Appreciated the Aborigines and their knowledge of the land."
Missionary: "They were without" (Storemon 1977)
"They were without Church, altar or Priest."
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