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3m 28s
2019
Who are these giants in our history? What makes Augustine, Clement of Rome, or Ignatius of Antioch a "Father" of the Church? And why are the Fathers so important to us?
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
A look at the history of how bishops came to be appointed by the pope.
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
1m 1s
2019
Let's remember the election of the Venerable Pius XII with this historic footage.
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
3m 16s
2019
Divine Liturgy instead of "Mass," "eparchies" instead of "dioceses," married priests, a different canon law... and fully Catholic. Who are the Eastern Catholic Churches?
3m 25s
2019
We may say it every Sunday, but what is a creed and why is it important?
In preparation for our upcoming Deep in History Pilgrimage to Italy this September, the Coming Home Network will be hosting a live online webinar on the topic of being 'Deep in History'.
Many Christians who are frustrated with denominationalism wish they could just go back to the early Church and start Christianity over from scratch.
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
8m 18s
2019
Throughout the stories that compose Christianity's pedigree and history we are presented with the most unlikely cast of characters that are commissioned with the unrealistic expectations of God.
3m 34s
2019
Have you ever heard that Catholic bibles have "extra" books? In this episode, we just begin to look at a complex topic - how we know what books make up the Sacred Scriptures.
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
Almost every depiction of the Christian God is of a man, and the way we speak of God is in masculine terms. Is this correct, and if not, what might we be missing?




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