Tag Archives: history

Church History in 5 Moments | Catholic Central

– How old are you here? – Uh, like three I guess. – You haven’t changed a bit. – What? But I’m so much taller! And I’ve got this deep voice. And I don’t play with toys anymore. – Well, you can change and still stay the same, you know, you’re like a tadpole, or… Read More »

Are the illuminati real? – Chip Berlet

The year was 1776. In Bavaria, new ideals of rationalism, religious freedom, and universal human rights competed with the Catholic church’s heavy influence over public affairs. Across the Atlantic, a new nation staked its claim for independence on the basis of these ideas. But back in Bavaria, law professor Adam Weishaupt’s attempts to teach secular… Read More »

19th Century Reforms: Crash Course US History #15

Episode 15 Reform Movements Hi I’m John Green. This is Crash Course U.S. history and today we finally get to talk about sex. Also some other things. Today we’re gonna discuss religious and moral reform movements in 19th century America, but I promise there will be some sex. Mr. Green, Mr. Green. Is it gonna… Read More »

Early Christian Schisms – Before Imperium – Extra History – #1

We are going to start this off in a way that we’ve never started off an Extra History before; with a disclaimer. These next few episodes are designed to help modern students get a handle on one of the most confusing and yet most important parts of Roman history. The topics discussed in these episodes… Read More »

What Was Life Like? Episode 5: Medieval | Meet a Medieval Monk

When sleep is sweetest we rise at the bidding of a bell. There is no moment for idleness or self-indulgence. Everywhere peace, Everywhere serenity, and a marvellous freedom from the tumult of the world. Hi I’m Emily, and I’m Sam, we’re here at Rievaulx Abbey. We’re here to discover what it was like to live… Read More »

Should Malta Be Catholic?

Should Malta be Catholic? On our first night in Gozo we went out for a pizza. And an old man was feeling chatty at the table next to us. As per usual, we asked him if you were in charge of our series what would you say about your island. And then after he learned… Read More »

fabio rocha – As origens do Thanksgiving canadiano e americano

Hello brothers and sisters in Christ. We’re close to celebrate Thanksgiving Day (also colloquially known as “Turkey Day”). It’s a North American feast celebrated in family environments. It’s customary to have a roasted turkey on the table to eat. In Canada, Thanksgiving is celebrated in October. In the US, it’s celebrated in November. “Thanksgiving” is… Read More »

Ted Hardgrove

So, actually, if we can just start with, if you can just tell us something about yourself, where you grew up and how you became involved with New Brunswick, but if we can start at the beginning. Okay, I grew up in Philadelphia, right outside of Philadelphia, south of Philly in a little town called… Read More »

Why some states and communities are doing away with Columbus Day in favor of celebrating indigenous

IF IF YOU IF YOU LOOK IF YOU LOOK AT IF YOU LOOK AT YOUR IF YOU LOOK AT YOUR CALENDARS IF YOU LOOK AT YOUR CALENDARS TODAY, IF YOU LOOK AT YOUR CALENDARS TODAY, YOU IF YOU LOOK AT YOUR CALENDARS TODAY, YOU MAY IF YOU LOOK AT YOUR CALENDARS TODAY, YOU MAY SEE… Read More »