The glory of the Catholic Church in the Medieval Times:  The Crusades, Art and Architecture

Damsel of the Faith

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As the medieval times marched towards the creation of Western Civilization, the Catholic Church was the driving force behind all that was good at that time such as the Crusades, the wars fought in defense of the Church, as well as the art and architecture of that time which was the crowning glory of society and the Church.  Medieval comes from the latin word, “medium aveum” meaning the Middle Ages. The medieval times were a glorious era in the Church and the history of the world, but many refuse to see it and instead refer to these times as the dark ages.  In demonstrating the truth about the crusades, one should be able to see that they were just wars fought in defense of the Church and the Holy Land.  The medieval times was a major period in classical civilization, as shown through the art and architecture that came forth from that period. The Catholic Church was the driving…

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2 thoughts on “The glory of the Catholic Church in the Medieval Times:  The Crusades, Art and Architecture

  1. Renee

    Beautifully written. I just wish more Trditional atholics would devote their time and energy in educating themselves on the wonders and glories regarding our Holy Churchs physical and spiritual foundations, In regards to art, literature and music!

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