Middle Ages: Quest 6: Religion and Art In the Middle Ages
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The Pope or the Catholic Church. It can also mean the government of the Roman Catholic Church
not pertaining to church matters or religion.
any large and important church. In the Middle Ages, Bishops preached here. Cathedrals also have gothic church architecture
A journey to a place considered sacred for religious purposes.
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to God in isolation from the outside world
a man who separates himself from ordinary human society in order to pursue a life of total dedication to God
someone who attempts to convert others to a particular program or religion, they travel from place to place.
a community of believers who worship and work together. Each manor was a parish.
relating to a style of church architecture that developed in medieval Europe, featuring ribbed vaults, stained glass windows, flying buttresses, pointed arches and tall spires.
Sacred rituals performed by the Catholic church. There are seven: baptism, confirmation, marriage, communion, penance, holy order (that is, becoming a priest), and extreme unction (words spoken at the death bed).
A luxurious handmade book with painted illustrations and decorations
Bones or other objects connected with saint; considered worthy of worship by the faithful. Valued Holy Objects that some people who pray to.
point of view: a way of seeing things.
patterns or pictures made by embedding small pieces of stone or glass in cement on surfaces such as walls and floors
In Gothic architecture, the colored glass used for windows, let light in and told story's
Church officials (any religious official)
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