The Vatican naturally has an air of mystery and intrigue to it. It’s no secret that some may speculate on the Church’s most private affairs inside its walled nation.
On this episode, the guys spill the beans on secrets of the Vatican that hardly anyone knows about.
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• and much more
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By The Catholic Talk Show — 3 years ago
On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys dig into history and explore amazing discoveries that archaeologists have found that support the Bible!
In this episode you will learn:
• What is the oldest recorded mention of God ever found?
• The find that proves the existence of the House of David
• The evidence for the prophet Isaiah
• The location of the “first” Church
• The historical record of Pontius Pilate
• The shocking oldest depiction of Jesus ever found
• and more!
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- What Was Saint Patrick’s Birth Name?
- Was Saint Patrick Even Irish?
- Is The Shamrock A Good Analogy For The Trinity or Heretical?
- Why Drinking Was Illegal on Saint Patrick’s Day In Ireland
- PLUS: The Irish Saint Who Discovered America 1,000 Years Before Columbus!
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