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Reform - Survey of the Great Reform Movements

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Author(s): Hubert Anton | Jean Leclercq | Friedrich Kempf | Giuseppe Alberigo | Piergiorgio Camaiani
Part of Reform: 1. Reform Movements in the Church 2. Survey of the Great Reform Movements A. Carolingian Reform The Carolingian Reform denotes the efforts proceeding directly from the ruling house in the 8th and 9th centuries, or at least promoted by it, to rid of their shortcomings and depravities the Church institutions, the inner life of the Church, the morals of the Christian people and also the worldly sector of the corpus christianum, and to subject them to the obligatory norm of the Christian faith, the norma rectitudinis. The beginnings of the efforts towards reform, which f…