Furthermore, the friar “therefore instead of weeping and or prayer one should give silver for a friars care. “(tact line 235) “He kept his tippet stuffed with pins for curls and pocket knives, to give the pretty girls” (tact line 236). He would use the young girls and also want money and power. The summoned “why, he’s allow Just for a quart of wine any good lad to keep a concubine” (tact 667) “And he had finches of his own to feather” (tact 670). Thus, they wanted power but yet they were hypocrites In their own ministry.
The Nun and the Monk weren’t much disturbance to the catholic monastery. For example, the nun “at meat her manners were all taught” In addition, “no morsel from her lips did she let fall”. She was very clean a decent. Furthermore, her veil was gathered in a seemly way’ The monk “many dainty horse he had In a stable” they both cared more of one thing either looks of objects. “Hunting a hare or riding at a fence was all his fun, he spared no expense” “He had a wrought-gold cunningly fashioned pin” Thus, they had their bad sans goods but they weren’t a threat to anyone.
In conclusion, the corrupters of the church and the ones who only wanted one thing either power, money, or attention. They either obtained It by being hypocrite to their own ministry. The friar obtained It by deflowering young girls. The summoned by knowing other peoples secrets and the pardoner by forgery. Feather” (tact 670). Thus, they wanted power but yet they were hypocrites in their own gathered in a seemly way’ The monk “many dainty horse he had in a stable” they thing either power, money, or attention. They either obtained it by being hypocrite to their own ministry. The friar obtained it by deflowering young girls. The summoned