The Church and the Age of Revolution
The problems in today’s church did not start in 1963. The roots of the revolution began more than 500 years ago.
Starting on September 15 2020 at 8:30 pm EST, the second of my Deep Dive courses will look at 500 years of Revolution and how the Catholic Church has responded.
This begins with the Protestant Revolution and goes through century by century to the present day. We will put together the pieces of the puzzle: history, politics, theology, philosophy and spirituality to help us understand why we are where we are and where the Holy Spirit may be leading us. Sessions will be live with time for questions and comments. Lectures will also be recorded and available here on the blog.
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The Church in an Age of Revolution – Session Six
The Catholic Church faces the huge challenges of the twentieth century and we look to possible futures.
The Church in an Age of Revolution – Session Five
The Napoleonic Wars, more revolution and yet more revolution...
The Church in an Age of Revolution – Session Four
In this session we study the philosophers and writers of the Age of Reason and see the result of their ideas in the bloody revolutions of the 18th century.
The Church in an Age of Revolution – Session Three
This third session reviews the events and philosophies of the sixteenth century and shows how they unfold into the seventeenth century and how the Catholic Church responded to the revolutions in culture and thought.
The Church in an Age of Revolution – Session Two
In the second session we dive into the events of the Protestant Revolution in the sixteenth century--a time of great cultural, religious and political upheaval. How did the Catholic Church cope and how did [...]
The Church in an Age of Revolution – Session One
Session One lays the foundation for a look at 500 years of history and how the Catholic Church has coped. With an overview of the first 1500 years philosophically and culturally, then we step [...]