The Church of Laplana (II): The Religious Orders

On the previous post the dioceses of Laplana had been explained. In this post we will explain the way of working of the another religious institution, the religious orders.

Origins

The laplanian religious orders were born during the conquest, when groups of religious people decided to live together on rural communities.

When the big cities were created or rebuild, the orders went urban again and the dioceses were created. Finally, the dioceses became more powerful than the orders themselves.

Structure

On the next images we explain the orders structure. You can find this slides presentation on an editable / exportable format in this link:

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 1

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 1

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 2

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 2

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 3

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 3

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 4

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 4

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 5

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 5

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 6

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 6

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 7

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 7

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 8

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 8

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 9

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 9

Religious orders of Laplana - Slide 10

Religious orders of Laplana – Slide 10

 

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