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A People’s History of Christianity: The Other Side of the Story. Part II: The Cathedral – Medieval Christianity, 500-1450. Ch. 4: Christianity as Spiritual Architecture Ch. 5: Devotion – Paradise Restored. Caro salutis est cardo. The flesh is the hinge of salvation.

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    1. A People’s History of Christianity: The Other Side of the Story Part II: The Cathedral – Medieval Christianity, 500-1450 Ch. 4: Christianity as Spiritual Architecture Ch. 5: Devotion – Paradise Restored

    2. Caro salutis est cardo. The flesh is the hinge of salvation.

    3. Jesus depicted as a Roman soldier, in a mosaic in Ravenna, ca. 500.

    4. Celtic Spirituality: Gallarus Oratory in County Kerry.

    5. Skellig Michael, site of an early monastic community, off the W. coast of Ireland.

    6. Monastic “beehive” huts on Skellig Michael.

    7. Another aspect of Celtic spirituality: voyaging at sea under the guidance of the Spirit, as St. Brendan is depicted doing in this manuscript illumination.

    8. Another visualization of St. Brendan and his adventures spreading the Gospel.

    9. St. Benedict (d. 547) founded a monastic community near the caves of Subiaco, in the hills east of Rome.

    10. Fresco of St. Benedict teaching boys. Many Benedictines have devoted their lives to educating the young.

    11. Ivory carving showing Pope Gregory I (d.604) at work in his cell, with the Holy Spirit as a dove on his shoulder providing inspiration.

    12. Camaldoli, Italy, site of another order of monks, showing hermit cells.

    13. Studying in a modern-day cell at Camaldoli. Passing a meal to a monk, through the window of his cell.

    14. Chartres (13th-c. cathedral) in France.

    15. Chartres, North Rose Window

    16. Christ blessing, at the summit of the ‘Good Samaritan Window’

    17. Creation story starts here, in the ‘Good Samaritan Window’.

    18. Parable of the Good Samaritan starts here in the ‘Good Samartan Window.’

    19. The next three panels depict Shoemakers, who donated the window to the cathedral.

    20. Vita contemplativa sculptures, North Portal, Chartres

    21. Vita contemplativa sculptures, North Portal, Chartres

    22. Vita contemplativa sculptures, North Portal, Chartres

    23. Notre Dame de la Belle Verrie`re

    24. Sedes sapientiae – Throne of wisdom

    25. Byzantine icon of the Annunciation with Mary spinning the scarlet yarn for the Temple Curtain.

    26. Another icon of the Annunciation with Mary spinning the scarlet yarn for the Temple Curtain.