Investiture Controversy

what is lay investiture

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The situation now became extremely critical for Henry. It became clear that at any price he had to get his absolution from Gregory. At first he tried this by an embassy, but when Gregory rejected this, he went to Italy in person. In the long term, the decline of imperial power would divide Germany until the 19th century. Similarly, in Italy, the investiture controversy weakened the emperor's authority and strengthened local separatist forces. My house is small cos I come from middle class family But he has doctorate and is rich. But someone told me not to worry cos men don't care about stuff like this. They just want pusssy. My house is small cos I come from middle class family But he has doctorate and is rich. But someone told me not to worry cos men don't care about stuff like this. They just want pusssy. My house is small cos I come from middle class family But he has doctorate and is rich. But someone told me not to worry cos men don't care about stuff like this. They just want pusssy. My house is small cos I come from middle class family But he has doctorate and is rich. But someone told me not to worry cos men don't care about stuff like this. They just want pusssy. High Middle Ages a papacy (pope) that was dedicated to reform emerged. At the time, only large landowners appointed their own priests, while dukes and kings selected bishops and abbots. The Catholic Church played an important role in the 10th and 11th century, but all important appointments to church positions were made by the lay(not priests or ministers) ruling class. Lay lords often sold church offices to unscrupulous people who recouped their purchase price by exploiting their people. The new reformers wanted a Christian commonwealth in which laymen no longer made church appointments. Italian named Hildebrand. Hildebrand and another papal official named Humbert of Silva Candid emerged as leaders of the reform group. Both had served under Pope Leo IX, and both had left monastic life to become amazing leaders.