History of the Papacy Podcast
This show will detail the biographies and interesting facts of the Papacy of Rome. It will start in the beginning, but will not go straight through. There will be many side tracks and detours along the way. We will investigate the backstreets of the Papacy where the tour normally doesn't go.

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Description: This is part two of three parts of the book “On Illustrious Men” by Jerome.

 

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Description: When Theodosius was appointed to clean up the mess in the eastern part of the Roman Empire, he was served with a tall order. The Goths were rampaging through the countryside and who could blame them the way they were treated? Theodosius would embrace Christianity in a serious way, but not just Christianity in general, but a specific form of Christianity. Orthodox Catholic Trinitarian Christianity was Theodosius’ choice and he was going to use all of his power to push all other forms of the religion out of the picture. Not only that, he was going to push out any and all other religious faiths, making Trinitarian Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire. Theodosius was the new sheriff in town and nothing was going to be the same after.

 

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Description: This is part one of three parts of the book “On Illustrious Men” by Jerome.

 

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To access De Viris Illustribus: www.newadvent.org/fathers/

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Description: In this episode we will introduce another thread in the story that leads up to the Second Ecumenical Council in Constantinople in the year 381AD. The thread we will focus in on today is how a larger than life intellectual, bishop and theologian would help to define the dogma of Christianity and seriously impact the political situation of his own day. Gregory and Nazianzus and his fellow Cappadocian Fathers are key players in the development of the Catholic Orthodox party position.

 

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Direct download: Episode204520The20Arian20Century20Part2072C20The20Cappadocians.mp3
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Description: Jerome, born Eusebius Hieronymus, was one of the most important and influential Christian writers. Jerome knew just about every important personality during his lifetime and participated in just about every important event. This episode will also feature an introduction to the audiobook for one of Jerome’s historical treatises, On Illustrious Men.

 

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In the next few episodes, we are going to explore several individual stories which will all lead us into the Second Ecumenical Council held in Constantinople in 381AD. In this episode, we will focus in on a schism that happened in the city of Antioch. Two rival camps would form around two different Orthodox Trinitarian Bishops. There will be plenty of meddling in this situation by Popes, Patriarchs and Emperors and not everyone will have the best interest of the people of Antioch in mind.

 

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Check out Robin Pierson’s History of Byzantium at thehistoryofbyzantium.com

Direct download: Episode204420Arian20Century20Part2062C20Meletius20of20Antioch.mp3
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Arianism is what this series is all about, so let’s take a closer look to see what the state of Arianism was toward the end of the fourth century. In this episode, we will see how Arianism evolved over the fifty years or so since the Council of Nicaea. Arianism won’t end with the Second Ecumenical Council, but it will not be a factor in the theological debates to come.

 

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Direct download: Episode204320Arian20Century20520To20Be20or20Not20to20Be20Arian.mp3
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In this Sidetrack Episode, guest host Garry Stevens will provided detail and background on the Vulgate, the Latin translation of the bible used by Roman Catholics for over a thousand years. Listen in to learn how and why St. Jerome developed this incredible document. Garry has a forthcoming history podcast on the Bible in History. You can learn more and receive updates at: http://www.historyinthebible.com/.

 

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Description: The Papacy of Damasus marked a major turning point for the history of the Church and the Popes of Rome. The power of the Pope of Rome was beginning to crystallize and the Western, Latin Church would become distinct from the Eastern, Greek Church. With the crumbling Roman Empire as a backdrop, we will see the power and grandeur of the Bishop of Rome increase dramatically.

 

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Rites Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 
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 In this episode we will go back to College as in the College of Cardinals. Popes are powerful, but behind each Pope is a group of powerful advisors. The College of Cardinals developed out of the clergy who were the closest advisors and councilors to the Popes.  We will take a look together to see where the earliest foundations of this influential group of Churchmen.

 

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Direct download: Episode204120Arian20Century20320Back20to20College.mp3
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