The twentieth century sees the Catholic Church in clash with modern culture as the world is rocked by two world wars, the fulfillment of the Fatima prophecies and the ongoing struggle with modernism. This session concludes with a look at the post war generation, the sexual revolution and what the future might hold for the Catholic [...]
The nineteenth century has the Catholic Church dealing with the rise of the Industrial Revolution, huge social upheaval, Darwinism, Marxism and Utilitarian and Nihilistic philosophy. In the Church liberalism threatens the true faith.
The fourth session moves into the eighteenth century to see how the Catholic Church deals with the terror of the French Revolution, the American Revolution and the Age of Reason.
The second session dives deep into the events of the Protestant Revolution in the sixteenth century and shows how that upheaval set the stage for further unrest and revolution in the centuries to come.
The first session lays a foundation for the course--looking at the religious, philosophical and cultural environment leading up to the events of the sixteenth century