Religious Movements in the Middle Ages: The Historical Links Between Heresy, the Mendicant Orders, and the Women's Religious Movement in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Century, with the Historical Foundations of German Mysticism
Medievalists, historians, and women's studies specialists will welcome this translation of Herbert Grundmann's classic study of religious movements in the Middle Ages because it provides a much-needed history of medieval religious life--one that lies between the extremes of doctrinal classification and materialistic analysis--and because it represents the first major effort to underline the importance of women in the development of the language and practice of religion in the Middle Ages.
The Religious Movement in the Twelfth Century
The Religious Movement under Innocent III
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abbot Albertus Amaurians Amaury apostolic archbishop assertion beghards beguinages beguines Beguines and Beghards Bernard Bernard of Clairvaux bishop bull Bullarium Cęsarius canons Cardinal Cathars Catholic Poor chapter Christ Christian chronicler Church Cistercian clergy clerics Cologne convent curia Damian decree deutschen doctrine Dominican Order ecclesiastical Engelthal Francis Franciscans fratrum friars German Mysticism Geschichte Gregory Grundmann heresy heretics Humiliati ibid incorporation Innocent itinerant preachers James of Vitry Johannes later Latin Leipzig letter literature living Mechthild Meister Eckhart mendicant orders MG Scr Mittelalters monastic monks nuns Oignies Order of St ordinis origins papal Paris particularly pastoral pious pope poverty movement preaching Premonstratensians priests Prouille quam quod religious movement religious women Ripoll Rome rule sacraments says Sbaralea Scheeben sects sermons sisters social spiritual statutes Strasbourg sunt synod thirteenth century tion translation twelfth century Ugolino vernacular vita Waldensians Waldes women's communities women's houses women's religious movement Zanoni