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What role did monks and nuns play in the Church in The Middle Ages?

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Roman Catholic Answer. The same role that they have always filled: to give glory and honor to God. In the middle ages, there were more people who were closer to God, and thus, more people who gave their lives to God in the monastery. There are monks
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