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75 Other Important Events in Church History
A brief listing of significant dates that also earn a place in the "Christian History 100"

Catherine of Siena
She lived only 33 years, but her vibrant faith and writings were so influential she has been declared a Doctor of the Church.

Five Religious Options for Medieval Women
In the High Middle Ages, Christian women found many ways to live a holy life.

Terms of the Religious Life

Inside the Convent
How did convents arise? Why did so many medieval women enter them?

Women in the Medieval Church: A Gallery of Christian Women Writers of the Medieval World

Women in the Medieval Church: The Christian History Timeline

Women in the Medieval Church: Did You Know?

Heloise and Abelard's Tumultuous Affair
She became an acclaimed abbess; he was one of the greatest philosophers of the medieval world. Yet their fabled love deeply damaged them both.

The Mystics
Why did mysticism flower in the medieval world—and why did women often lead in it?

The Fighting Monks
In the new religious orders, Christians blended poverty, chastity, and military fervor.

How We Got Our Bible: From the Apostles To You

John Chrysostom: Christian History Timeline

Scripture-Drenched Life
Medieval monasteries were Bible schools extraordinaire.

The Spirit-Bearers
If you know a little about Eastern monasticism, you know a great deal about Eastern Orthodoxy.

Eastern Orthodoxy: Recommended Resources
Eastern Orthodoxy

Evangelism in the Early Church: Christian History Timeline - The Growth of Early Christianity
Christian History Timeline

The Fury of the Northmen
The Viking invasions destroyed the glory of Celtic monasticism.

St. Patrick and Celtic Christianity: Did You Know?
For a culture so reputedly bloodthirsty and 'barbarian,' the Celts were surpringsly winsome.

Rooted in the Tradition
Celtic Christianity is not as theologically unique as many have supposed.

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