The Organization of THe Church

By Frankie and Santiago

What is the The Organization of The Church About?

First of all, The Organization of The Christian Church had a very important role in the growth of the new European civilization. The order of the church is according to their authority and power that they have: this is the order of the church

  • Pope
  • Bishop
  • Priest
  • Monk
  • Nun
  • Missionaries
  • Abbesses

Responsibilities of The People In The Organization of The Church

Pope- he was the main leader and had the most authority throughout the whole church. He decided what was going to be done and what was not. Without a Pope the church wouldn't have a lot of authority. They were know as the chief apostle's.

Bishop- It was a group of parishes headed by a bishopric and so the bishop are charge of many parishes.

Monk- Is a man who seperates himself from ordinary human society in order to pursue a life of total dedication to God.

Nun-They were almost like the same thing as a monk but the only difference was that they were girls instead of males.

Missionaries- They were people who sent out to carry a religious message to everyone even if they weren't christian or catholic.

Abbesses- The nuns lived in covents headed by abbesses. Many of the abesses were royal, and they were intelligent.

7.6.2,4,8 Roman Catholic Church in Medieval

Essential Questions

1. What was the significance of the organization of the church?

2. How do the activities and characteristics develop the organization of the church?