How did the spiritual knightly orders differ from the mendicant orders of monks?

The aim of the mendicant order of monks is to advance the Christian faith. The poor entered this order. Monks walked through towns and villages, treated, taught peasant children, conducted religious rituals, and were engaged in scientific research.

The purpose of the spiritual knightly order is the promotion of the Catholic faith by military methods among pagans, Orthodox Christians and Muslims. Members of this order were nobles who were taught to use weapons from childhood. Monks-knights guarded pilgrim caravans, maintained guard posts and fortresses in strategically important areas and at crossroads, participated in crusades and organized them themselves.

In short, mendicant monks are preachers, teachers and healers, and the knights of spiritual orders are warriors, pushing the boundaries of the Christian world with a sword.

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