Essay heading: The Strengths and Weaknesses of Cluniac Monasticism

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June 30, 2009

 

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This meant Cluny was immune to challenges to its authority from both without and within the church. Cluny became of particular note to sucessive Popes, with its reputation for reform, and the papacy continued to support the cluniacs, with Pope John XIX giving Clunys monks complete freedom from interference whereever they were in 1024...
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The continual use of vocal prayer was popular with the laity, with many wishing to be included in the prayers of the monks. The personal qualities of the abbots were also much admired, as was the way of life practised at Cluny. The cluniac model of benedictine obervence was seen by many by the time of Abbot Hugh to be an achieved ideal, the most perfect way of life and worship...
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