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Title: The Papal Struggle

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In places like France and Italy royal influence was impossible due to lack of kingship. Thus Cluniac influence was strongest in this area. However, in regions like Germany and England, the reformation of the monastery was the responsibility of a Christian king. The major difference between the two was kings guaranteed freedom from outside interference and appointed new abbots verses the election by monks...

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(Chapter 9 page 262) The start of conflict began reformed monks and non-monastic bishops were appointed by kings. The Cluniacs wanted an entire reformation of the church which included the parish clergy, bishops, and unreformed monasteries. (Chapter 9 page 264) Simony was the fuel for their disputes...

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