Why Did The Church Have So Much Power?

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Beckett accepted in 1162. Henry hoped that by Beckett being Archbishop, he would get control of the church. He was wrong. Beckett had a new master ? GOD. Another example of the power of the church is monks could murder someone and be sent to the church courts and get away with it. Nothing more would be said...
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Another example of power is the church saying who could be buried at the church and who couldn't. People who had committed suicide were not allowed to be buried in holy ground. But why was the church so powerful? The answer to that is William, Duke of Normandy (William I). When William became the King of the whole of England, he brought over a system that was used in Normandy ? the feudal system...
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