• reforming monasteries,
• introduction of a new, harsh charter, based on the principles of strict ASKETISM and obedience,
• strict control over the observance of TELIBAT (celibacy of the clergy),
• prohibition of SIMONIA (sale and purchase of church positions),
• proclamation of complete independence of the reformed monasteries from any secular and local spiritual authority (ie, from bishops) and their direct subordination to the Pope.
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