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This is the webpage of Controversies in Church History, a podcast for faithful Catholics who want to be historically informed about the Catholic faith. You can find out more about me and the podcast on our “About” page.
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Pius, bishop, servant of the servants of God, with the approval e sacred council, for an everlasting record. The eternal shepherd and guardian of our souls, in order to render permanent the saving work of redemption, determined to build a Church in which, as in the house of the living God, all the faithful should… Continue reading The Text of Pastor Aeternus
Hello everybody! As promised a new episode just for patrons of the podcast is now available. In it, I take a look back at the work of Lucien Febvre, a French historian of the 20th century. In his book “The Problem of Unbelief in the Sixteenth Century” he argued that it was impossible for anyone… Continue reading New Patrons Only Episode: the Problem of Unbelief in the Sixteenth Century
Hey everyone! Just a few updates on the pod for all the listeners. First off, the podcast if you are just clicking on this website is free. Pretty much all of the past episodes are available on Spotify or YouTube, though I need to update the YouTube channel. However, new episodes will be available to… Continue reading Update on the Podcast
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