Religious challenges to the monarch 1100-1199

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  • Church
    • Pope
      • The head of the Catholic church
        • Lives in the Vatican city
    • Archbishop
      • The chief bishop responsible for a large area
        • Bishop
          • A senior minister in charge of a diocese
    • Monks
      • Members of the male religious community
      • lives in Monastry
        • expensive
      • Monasticism
        • Nuns
          • lives in Nunnery
        • The religious way of life a monk/nun devoting life to god.
      • Benedictines
        • The order of monks who follow the order of st Benedict (poverty, chastity, obedience)
          • Cluniac Reforms - reforms of Benedictine Monasteries, restored monastic life
      • Focus religion and god
    • Nuns
      • lives in Nunnery
    • Clergy - churchmen
  • Monks
    • Members of the male religious community
    • lives in Monastry
      • expensive
    • Monasticism
      • The religious way of life a monk/nun devoting life to god.
    • Benedictines
      • The order of monks who follow the order of st Benedict (poverty, chastity, obedience)
        • Cluniac Reforms - reforms of Benedictine Monasteries, restored monastic life
    • Focus religion and god
  • Coronate
    • Ceremony where a ruler is officially crowned
    • Religious challenges to the Monarch 1100-1199
      • Church
        • Pope
          • The head of the Catholic church
            • Lives in the Vatican city
        • Archbishop
          • The chief bishop responsible for a large area
            • Bishop
              • A senior minister in charge of a diocese
        • Clergy - churchmen
      • Secular - not religious
      • Excommunicate
        • Officially exclude someone from church
      • Martyr
        • Someone who dies for their faith
      • Penance
        • A punishment to repent for wrongdoing
      • Repent
        • To express repent for committing a sin
  • Constitution
    • Set of rules
    • Religious challenges to the Monarch 1100-1199
      • Secular - not religious
      • Excommunicate
        • Officially exclude someone from church
      • Martyr
        • Someone who dies for their faith
      • Penance
        • A punishment to repent for wrongdoing
      • Repent
        • To express repent for committing a sin
  • Exile
    • Send someone away and not allow them back

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