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Christianity in the High Middle Ages - Part 10 of 11 - Political and Social Obstacles to Reform
Dr. John Rao
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  Political squabbles pitting popes against emperors, kings, princes and their supporters in the episcopacy troubled the Gregorian reform program. So did the economic ambitions of the growing cities and bourgeoisie in Europe. Dr. Rao outlines the complexity and interaction of these troubling elements. Taken from: Christianity in the High Middle Ages - 1995 VonHildebrand Institute



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