Essay on How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization

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Roles of the Catholic Church in Western civilization has been scrambled with the times past and development of Western society. Regardless of the fact that the West is no longer entirely Catholic, the Catholic tradition is still strong in Western countries. The church has been a very important foundation of public facilities like schooling, Western art, culture and philosophy; and influential player in religion. In many ways it has wanted to have an impact on Western approaches to pros and cons in numerous areas. It has over many periods of time, spread the teachings of Jesus within the Western World and remains a foundation of continuousness connecting recent Western culture to old Western culture.-
During the Great Jubilee year, John
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The Pope's request for forgiveness applied to the Church understood in this second sense. That idealistic apology is a faultless structure for the author’s fine explanation of the several ways in which the Catholic belief formed what we call Western Civilization. The author establishes that the West is progressively more spread throughout the world as the product of Catholicism and believing Catholics. In the present day, there are increasing signs that the Europe defined by the author which established out of brutal communities mainly by English and Irish monks, was continued by Benedictine religious foundation in the early millennium, succeeded into what we know as "Christendom" in the beginning of the second millennium, and move into a gradual 500 year succession resulting the great crack-up of European Christian agreement starting in 1517 now looked like it was headed for elimination due to demographic inflexibility, Islamic immigration, and a lot of apostasy from Christ and his Church. In the possibility, of the Church's role in the coming generations will be to improve this culture outside of Europe, most importantly in Africa and Asia, the site of current rapid growth.
The author states, "In our media and standard culture, little is forbidden when it comes to imitating the Church. Students, to the extent that they know anything at all about the Catholic
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