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Clues# 1. The secular and non-secular head of a monastery. # 2. A cross-shaped church often found within monasteries. # 3. This 6th C. monk established one of the earliest monastic orders. He was an Abbot and wrote a popular # set of rules to organize monasteries. # 4. A conceptual understanding of the Christian community resembling the territorial nature and ruling of a # kingdom. # 5. An area within a monastery where monks can contemplate, pray, and tend gardens. # 6. The split (1054) between the Roman Catholic Church of the West (Rome) and the Eastern Orthodox Church of # the East (Constantinople). (Two Words) # 7. This early Church father (6th C.) was both political and religious leader. Contributed significantly to # the concept of Christendom. (Two words) # 8. Structures that were centers of religious communities during the Early Middle Ages. They were homes for # monks and contributed to 'fixing' moving populations. # 9. That which is of, or associated with, the office of the Pope. # 10. Justification for the supremacy of the Bishop of Rome over all other Christian clergymen. (two words) # 11. The Bishop of Rome has this official title in the Roman Catholic Church # 12. An object of, used by, owned by, or is part of a religiously significant figure of the past. # 13. Area of a monastery where religiously significant objects are safeguarded or displayed. # 14. The sector of society and personal lifestyle that is removed from religion. # 15. Area of a monastery where church objects made of precious metals are safeguarded.

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