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The birth of Christianity: the Monasteries

3 Lessons

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  • Materials:
  • • Smart board
  • • Power point
  • • Reference texts
  • • Smartphone
  • • Video


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  • Results:
  • -Importance of work ethic.
  • -Problematize the legacy of the rule and emphasize the importance of the work.

What Will I Learn?

  • Objectives:
  • -Knowledge of the political, economic and social causes of the spread of Christianity.
  • -Knowledge of the origins of monasticism.
  • -Knowledge of the difference between Eastern and Western monasticism.
  • -Knowledge of the rule of St. Benedict: ora et labora
  • -Understand the educational function of monasteries.
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