Papal resignation of a holy pope and his Imprisonment.
Most Catholics understand that there is some connection between the Eucharist and Jewish Passover, but how deep do those connections go? In this episode, Fr. George and Fr. Conrad revisit Exodus and the story of the first Passover while they draw the connections to how we celebrate and interact with the Eucharist today.
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When people think about St. Paul, his life and duties as a priest are not one of the first things that come to mind. In this episode, Fr. George and Fr. Conrad take a deeper look at St. Paul and how he shared the Mass and Eucharist with others.
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The first Franciscan Friar is elected Pope.
An old gout ridden Pope who doesn’t do too much.
Sometimes God grants gifts to particular individuals for the purpose of raising up the Church. In this episode, Fr. Conrad and Fr. Alec dive into glossolalia, or the gift of speaking in tongues, and answer the questions of its authenticity, its relation to God, and how it affects His church.
The conflict between Italians and French boils over during the Sicilian Vespers.
The origin of the word nepotism.
A miscalculation about the number of Pope John’s and the first Portuguese Pope.
Elected Pope but died before he could be consecrated a bishop.