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  • 1. Growth of Christianity History 126 Dr. Anita Fisher
  • 2. Major Church Fathers
    • St. Jerome 340-345?-420
    • St. Ambrose 340-397
    • St. Augustine 354-430
  • 3. St. Jerome and Lions
  • 4.
    • Vulgate Edition of Bible
  • 5. Ambrose Bishop of Milan and Emperor Theodosius
  • 6.
    • Christianity Only religion allowed 380 c.e.
    • Excommunication
    • Interdict
    • Penance
  • 7. St. Augustine 354-430 c.e.
  • 8. Augustine’s Legacies
    • No birth control
    • No divorce
    • Interpretation of Bible
      • Historical
      • Etiological = moral
      • Analogical = Old Testament as prefiguring New Testament
      • Allegorical
      • Books – City of God & Confessions
  • 9. City of God
  • 10. St. Benedict ca. 520 c.e. founder of the first monastic order in west - Benedictines
  • 11. Basic rules of Monasticism
    • Humility, Chastity, Obedience & Poverty
    • Work of God = Opus Dei
      • 7 liturgical offices or service of worship
    • Gregorian Chant developed
      • Monophonic initially
      • Polyphonic & organs added in 9 th c.
  • 12.  
  • 13. St. Scholastica founder of first nunnery Benedictines
  • 14. Basic Rules for Nunneries
    • Abbess over the Nunnery or Convent
    • Nuns must take vows of poverty, chastity & obedience
    • Usually only wealthy women allowed to be nuns as they needed an extensive dowry
    • St. Scholastica founded the Benedictine Order of Nuns – she was the sister of St. Benedict
  • 15.  
  • 16. Monte Cassino Ruins
  • 17. Other Ways of Celebrating Christianity
    • Celebration of Saints’ Day (day died and went to heaven)
      • Started in 2 nd c.
      • No formal canonization until 12 th c.
    • Relics
      • Miracles could be performed
      • Reliquaries
  • 18.  
  • 19.  
  • 20. Relics of St. Lucy & St. Agnes – fragments of bone & hair – sealed by wax
  • 21. Relic of True Cross of Jesus Christ’s
  • 22. St. Martin of Tours Convertor of the Gauls
  • 23.
    • St. Columba
    • Converter of the
    • English
  • 24. Iona Abbey
  • 25.  
  • 26.  
  • 27. Lock Ness
  • 28. St. Columba
  • 29. Lock Ness Monster
  • 30. Celtic Trinity
    • St. Columba
    • St. Bridgit
    • St. Patrick
  • 31. St. Bridgit
  • 32. St. Patrick
  • 33. Shamrock
  • 34. Gregory the Great 540-604 c.e.
  • 35. Roman Catholic Popes
    • Peter – first Pope
    • From then on Apostolic Succession process of selecting new pope
    • College of Cardinals added later
  • 36. Lindisfarne Carpet Page
  • 37. Lindisfarne Gospels
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