Discovering Faith and Wisdom:
Your Comprehensive Guide to Catholicism
Discovering the Life and Teachings of Jesus Christ: A Journey Through Our Lord’s Ministry and Legacy.
Tracing the Roots of Christianity:
A Journey Through the Milestones of Catholic Church History
Navigating Contemporary Issues:
A Catholic Guide to Understanding and Discussing Today's Hot Topics
Understanding the Faith with Youcat:
A Catechism Guide for Young Catholics
Uncovering the Catholic Church's Impact on Science: A Look at the Rich History and Contributions of Catholicism to Scientific Advancement
Exploring the Word of God:
A Guide to Effective Bible Study for Personal Growth and Understanding.
Inspiring Lives of Holiness:
Discovering the Stories and Legacy of Christian Saints
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Church & Science
Word of God
Council of Chalcedon
Pope Gelasius declares that the Pope, not the king, has authority in spiritual matters
Council of Chalcedon affirms apostolic doctrine of two natures in Christ.
The Coronation of Charlemagne, Father of Christendom
Charlemagne crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III
The Great Schism
Turks overrun Constantinople; Byzantine empire ends.
posts his 95 Theses
Constantinople taken by the Muslim Turks
Martin Luther nails his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenburg Cathedral, begins Protestant Reformation.
The Holy Spirit descends on the Apostles and gives birth to the Church. 33-100 known as the Apostolic age. Rapid spread of the Church throughout the Roman Empire and beyond.
Council at Jerusalem (Acts 15) establishes precedent for addressing Church disputes in Council. James presides as bishop. Gradually Sunday (called the Lord's Day) replaces the Sabbath as the day of worship.
Destruction of Jerusalem as foretold by Christ
Destruction of Jerusalem, foretold by Jesus (Matt. Ch. 24).
Book of Revelation written by the Apostle John on island of Patmos; later John writes his Gospel.
Justin Martyr describes the Divine Liturgy
Emperor Constantine ends persecution of Christians and gives them the right to freely exercise their faith. The Edict of Milan marks an end to the period of Roman persecution of Christianity.
St. Justin Martyr describes the liturgical worship of the Church centered in the Eucharist. Liturgical worship is rooted in both the Old and New Testament.
First Ecumenical Council
The First Council of Nicaea converged by Roman Emperor Constantine I. The Council attempted to structure church leadership around a model similar to that of the Roman system, and also formalized key articles of faith.
Synod of Carthage ratifies Biblical Canon (NT closed)
The Great Schism occurs. The Orthodox Church neglected the universal papal supremacy and the addition of the Filioque clause to the Nicene Creed.
Our Lady of Guadalupe appears to St. Juan Diego
Council at Jerusalem
Book of Revelation written
The Edict of Milan
“Then he said to the disciple, “Here is your mother.”
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To have as an intention thought to return early
The Legacy of our spiritual father
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