A Companion to Pastoral Care in the Late Middle Ages, by Ronald J. Stansbury

By Ronald J. Stansbury

Utilizing various resources and disciplinary angles, this e-book exhibits the numerous and sundry ways that pastoral care got here to play such an enormous position within the daily lives of medieval humans. 1 quantity, 335-page, 17-chapter, English-language survey of analysis of medieval pastors (priests, bishops, abbots, abbesses, popes, etc.) and their courting to their respective congregations (1215-1536).

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17 Alexander Murray, “Confession Before 1215,” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 6th Series 3 (1993), 62. teaching the creed and articles of faith in england 45 Christian faith—St. Paul agonized over his conflicting desires and St. Augustine of Hippo gave us the autobiography with his Confessions. Nevertheless, throughout much of the early Middle Ages, a thoroughgoing examination of conscience would have been confined to monks or the otherwise particularly devout. 18 Just as the Christian was required to understand whether his behavior was virtuous or sinful, he was also required to understand the faith that was necessary as a foundation of his Christian life.

17 Alexander Murray, “Confession Before 1215,” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 6th Series 3 (1993), 62. teaching the creed and articles of faith in england 45 Christian faith—St. Paul agonized over his conflicting desires and St. Augustine of Hippo gave us the autobiography with his Confessions. Nevertheless, throughout much of the early Middle Ages, a thoroughgoing examination of conscience would have been confined to monks or the otherwise particularly devout. 18 Just as the Christian was required to understand whether his behavior was virtuous or sinful, he was also required to understand the faith that was necessary as a foundation of his Christian life.

Robson, Maurice de Sully, pp. 120–122. 28 ronald j. stansbury from God the Father. 14 Also there is the sermon for the first Sunday in Lent where Maurice instructs his audience about the proper confession of sin and the meaning of penance. 15 Maurice’s sermons are filled with this sort of basic catechetical instruction connected with the liturgical cycle. It is instruction that usually comes at the end of the sermon after he has taken his audience through a brief explanation of the reading for that particular day.

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