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By Margaret Deanesly

A vintage background of the church from the accession of Gregory the good to the Reformation.

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The monks were to live as a family under the government of the abbot, their father. ” No monk might, as was usually allowed at the time, pass from one monastery to another as through successive schools of holiness: he must live all his life in the family which had accepted him. He must obey the abbot as Christ himself, and patiently bear with his fellow monks’ infirmities, whether of body or character. He must share in the agricultural and domestic work of the community, and to do this he could not have been strictly, in the modern sense, “enclosed;” but he passed most of his life within his monastery, within whose gates strangers, except those seeking succour or hospitality, were forbidden to enter.

Peter. All bishops and patriarchs could be corrected by the pope, if guilty of heresy or offence against the 24 HISTORY OF THE MEDIEVAL CHURCH canons. ” “As regards the church of Constantinople,” he wrote, “who can doubt that it is subject to the apostolic see? ” Constantinople, the seat of the emperor, was in fact the only patriarchate likely to prove a dangerous rival to Rome in Gregory’s day. Gregory was willing to allow a share in the apostolic primacy to the older patriarchates of Antioch and Alexandria, which neither historical fact nor political expediency could concede to Constantinople.

At each of the seven deaconries (not merely offices, but buildings at this date), food was given to the starving on application; the xenodochia sheltered the infirm, the sick, and strangers, monthly distributions were made to the poor of that part of the revenue of the patrimony still collected in kind (wine, cheese, vegetables, bacon, fish and oil), “thus the church came to be regarded as a source of supply for the whole community:” special alms were given to monasteries; and in the papal palace strangers were entertained, and food cooked to be borne by special officials to the sick.

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