• Pope Gregory Vii and Pope Innocent Iii: a Comparative Study
    the spiritual: Emperor/kings Henry IV and John of England, and the popes who aggressively challenged their exertions of authority, Pope Gregory VII and Pope Innocent III, respectively. The years and conditions through which the worldly battled the holy for the command of the people differed, but...
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  • GREGORY VII (Hildebrand)
    -VII-and-Henry-IV-and-the-Battle-over-Investiture http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/~fisher/hst205/readings/InvestitureControversy.html Gregory VII and Innocent III Joseph Kendrick Western Civ I March 10, 2013 ...
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  • Funny Term Paper
    - Gregory VII & Innocent III Review - Avignon Papacy o Boniface III and Philip IV (1285-1314) 1. These two confronted each other, and it would seem there would be a replay of the issue between Gregory and Innocent. 2. Philip needed money, so he began to tax...
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    loved. But that was only until Pope Gregory VII came into power and steered the church and the people of society in the right direction. After Pope Gregory VII served his time from 1073 to 1085, he passed his skills and knowledge down to Pope Innocent III who served as pope from 1198 to 1216. He...
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  • My Note
    (1049-1054) and Gregory VII (1073-1085) called numerous synods and gatherings to combat the abuses that had made their way into the Church. They also made progress in reducing the Emperor's power over the papacy and put it back into the hands of the Cardinals and Popes. In 1075 Gregory wrote and...
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  • Christianity History
    -Charles the Great ruled Europe 5. Nicholas I- wanted to expand his power 6. Gregory VII- opposed the practice of Simony 7. Alexander III- twenty years had a rival pope 8. Innocent III- peak of the papacy 9. Boniface VIII- when he was crowned he had on of the kings hold stirrups as he mounted...
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  • Theology- Church and Sacraments
    spiritual leaders, became a counselor to the popes and kings. The birth of two mendicant orders happened afterwards. The Franciscans and Dominicans, which inspired the renewal and rejection of abuse in the Church. During Pope Gregory VII (Hildebrand)’s rule as pope, he strengthened the Church’s control...
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  • History of the Catholic Church
    relics; called Iconoclasm (image-breaking), it caused turmoil in the East until about 843. 731: Pope Gregory III and a synod at Rome condemned Iconoclasm, with a declaration that the veneration of sacred images was in accord with Catholic tradition. Venerable Bede issued his Ecclesiastical History of...
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  • The Rise of an Anti-Christ
    monks known as Arnold reported back to Innocent III “Today, Your Holiness, 20,000 citizens were put to the sword, regardless of age or sex.”13 The worst part is this was just the beginning of the cruelty hand down by the papacy to the heretic. The successor to Innocent III was Gregory IX he was...
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  • World History-High Middle Ages
    IX (1049[->97]-1054[->98]) gave the papacy independence. Gregory III, who was pope from 1037[->99] to 1085[->100], tried to establish church authority over state authority by standing against the German emperors. Although he was driven from Rome, he established a precedent of opposition to the...
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  • To What Extend Was the Papacy Successful in Asserting Its Dominance over the Western Church?
    important example of this was the Magna Carta created in 1215 which Pope Innocent III publicly condemned. Clanchy states that Innocent used the Magna Carta to highlight his authority as Pope, “To emphasize the authority of papal monarchy Innocent cited the text from Jeremiah.” From this, one can see...
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  • An Essay on the Reformation.
    its ideal of becoming a ‘moral super-state’: in accordance with Image [ 2 ] Pope Gregory VII, portrayed as a Saint. the doctrine of a ‘Christian Republic of Europe’ by Pope Gregory VII. This ideal, however, proved itself to be far-fetched and its implementation was temporary. Human Nature was...
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  • Ancient History
    * Simeon forces the Byzantines to pay tribute to Bulgaria - 924 | 4 outcomes of 4th Lateran Council (called by pope Innocent III) | * Innocent deposes (fires) Otto IV * Frederick II becomes emperor – 5th Crusade – makes a deal for Jerusalem * Innocent gets the right to confiscate your land...
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  • Popes
     (1061-1072) 157. St. Gregory VII (1073-85) Gregory and the following three popes were opposed byGuibert ("Clement III"), antipope (1080-1100) 158. Blessed Victor III (1086-87) 159. Blessed Urban II (1088-99) 160. Paschal II (1099-1118) Opposed by Theodoric (1100), Aleric (1102) and...
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  • Ecumenical Councils
    all that follows to the end. Further Reading: www.newadvent.org/cathen/04308a.htm III. COUNCIL OF EPHESUS Year: 431 Summary: The Council of Ephesus, of more than 200 bishops, presided over by St. Cyril of Alexandria representing Pope Celestine I, defined the true personal unity of Christ...
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  • Middle Ages
    . Europe, 1000 | | Location In what empire was Rome located at this time? 2. Region What kingdoms surrounded the Holy Roman Empire? Primary Source | POINTS OF VIEW | Views of Power | Pope Gregory VII thought popes should have the power to choose...
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    should not meddle with religion Cardinals-appointed the pope The Pope vs. the Holy Roman Emperor Investiture conflict and contest  APPOINTMENT OF BISHOPS Pope Gregory VII- a Benedictine monk -aka Hildebrand -demanded that the HRE submit to papal authority -wanted the HRE to stop...
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  • History 4b
    , and as Christian teaching went up, more power was taken away from secular leaders and given to the pope. So in turn, the pope became extremely powerful. This increase in papal power was mainly due to one man, Pope Gregory VII and his conflict with Henry IV. However this isn’t the only reason for the...
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  • World History
    superior to another Oath of fealty- homage plus a military commitment -Investiture controversy (1075-1076) King Henry IV – French king who claimed to be Christian Popo Gregory VII – -in 1075, Gregory VII issued the Dictates of the Pope, outlawing some common secular law -1122 Concordat of worms...
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  • The Roman Catholic Church of the High Middle Ages
    servants.” Later, Gregory VII (11th century) believed that he was a Vicar of Christ and everyone was to recognize him as Christ’s representative on earth (Perry 240). Innocent III also took the same position as Gregory VII in the belief that he was a true Vicar of Christ. The position of the pope became...
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