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usually of peasant origin, had little formal education; served the smallest division of the church (the parish)
special ceremonies at which the participants received the grace of God to help them overcome the consequences of sin
1. secular clergy- priests, bishop, pope; lived among ordinary people
2. regular clergy- monastics (monks and nuns); strict rules
Christianity in Ireland and England
Ireland: arrived in the 400s; St. Patrick's missionary work
England: arrived in 597; St. Augustine's missionary work
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