Margaret Deanesly's A History of the Medieval Church: 590-1500 PDF

By Margaret Deanesly

ISBN-10: 0203626915

ISBN-13: 9780203626917

ISBN-10: 0415039592

ISBN-13: 9780415039598

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

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The “planus cantus” was the ordinary development of the old Graeco-Roman music, when applied to church hymns and chants: it was “open” (planus) or unbarred, not divided as modern music by a recurrent, regular accent. Peter under Gregory was simply the Graeco-Roman music of the day. The tradition by which Gregory himself trained and chastised the boy singers of the schola cantorum represents no historical impossibility. It was the duty and custom of all pious bishops at the time to instruct their young lectors or cantors in the chanting of the office, expositions which probably combined moral explanations with liturgical and musical directions: and there is no reason why even so great a bishop as Gregory should have omitted these instructions.

So keen was Gregory’s sense of his responsibility for the poor, that he held himself guilty and refused to say mass for some days when a certain pauper had been found dead without help in the back room of a common lodging-house; and John the Deacon tells us that a large volume existed in his day, containing the names of all the recipients of Gregory’s bounty, not only in Rome and the suburbs, but even in distant coast towns. Over the churches within the old canonical patriarchate in Italy Gregory exercised constant supervision, writing directly to bishops, receiving appeals at Rome, and using the officials of the patrimony to a certain extent as his agents for the supervision of the local clergy.

62–3) that the Benedictine rule actually became the standard for all continental monasteries. CHAPTER III THE MISSIONARIES: AUGUSTINE, AIDAN, WILLIBRORD, BONIFACE Augustine’s mission to Ethelbert of Kent—Missionary work from Canterbury—Aidan’s mission to Northumbria—Archbishop Theodore— Willibrord’s mission to Friesland—Boniface commissioned by Gregory II—Boniface founds German episcopate— Boniface reforms Frankish church The transformation of Christianity from a Mediterranean to a European religion was slow and gradual; the years of unsettlement during the barbarian invasions were not favourable to missionary progress.

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