IMC 2012: Sessions

Session 519: Monastic Communication Centres: Sermons, Masses, and Financial Transactions

Tuesday 10 July 2012, 09.00-10.30

Sponsor:Centre for Dominican Studies of Dacia
Organiser:Johnny Grandjean Jakobsen, Nordisk Forskningsinstitut, Københavns Universitet
Moderator/Chair:Kurt Villads Jensen, Institut for Historie, Kultur & Samfundsbeskrivelse, Syddansk Universitet, Odense
Paper 519-aMedieval Dominicans Preaching the Rules to Salvation
(Language: English)
Lidia Negoi, Senter for middelalderstudier, Universitetet i Bergen
Index terms: Monasticism, Religious Life, Sermons and Preaching, Theology
Paper 519-bIdentity and Commemoration in the Late Medieval North Sea Region
(Language: English)
Mads Vedel Heilskov, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, University of Aberdeen
Index terms: Liturgy, Monasticism, Religious Life, Theology
Paper 519-cInternational Cistercian Networking: Relations between Ter Doest, Scandinavia, and the British Isles in the 13th Century
(Language: English)
Eric Delaissé, Institut de Recherche Religions, Spiritualités, Cultures, Sociétés, Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve
Index terms: Economics - Trade, Monasticism
Abstract

Rules were central in the lives of mendicant friars. Not only did they live by a rule and set of constitutions of their own, they were also active promulgators of rules to other groups in society with regard to how we should all comply with the numerous regulations in Christian life, ultimately claiming to go back to the Rule of God. These sessions will look at the various roles rules played in the life of medieval friars: how they preached rules to be followed by laypeople and clergy; and how they administrated rules of Purgatory, inquisition, and monastic asylum – successfully as well as unsuccessfully.