Which statement about the Roman Catholic Church during the Middle Ages is most accurate?
The Roman Catholic Church and the government worked hand in hand to direct people's lives in the Middle Ages.
During the Middle Ages, the Church and government were separate but equal.
The Roman Catholic Church was the religious, but not the social, center of the village.
Parish priests were only concerned with religious issues.
The Monks of Cluny believed that ____.
it was not necessary to follow Church rules strictly
they did not need to be attentive to the poor
corruption in the Church was not as bad as people thought
only the Pope, not kings or nobles, should choose Church leaders
Universities developed because ____.
students wanted to go to schools that were not run by the Church
cathedral schools taught too many subjects, but none of them well
students and teachers were dissatisfied with cathedral schools
cathedral schools were too strict
Pope Urban II called for a Crusade in order to _____.
reunite the eastern and western Churches
drive the Muslim Turks out of Palestine
get people to move out of western Europe
free western Europeans from debts and taxes
A major effect of the Crusades was ____.
the permanent split between eastern and western Christianity
the Christian control of Palestine in the 1200s
strengthening feudalism in western Europe
the beginning of a dark age in western Europe in which there was a decrease in learning, trade, and the growth of towns
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