Another myth busted!
Was there a separate Catholic Church in England 600 years before the arrival of St. Augustine of Canterbury. Many Brits believe it but it is way off from the truth. And the truth is splended.
It's year 20 A.D. and you are there in the Roman empire. When you walk by a Catholic Church what do you see? What are those Catholics in there up to? The record needs to be set straight on the bold and annoying existence of the peculiar entity known as the Catholic Church in the early centuries. Spoiler Hint : It was a well organized entity and disciplined in doctrine.
It was a clash between Saint Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, and King Henry II of England. Listen to a hair-raising story about one of the most infamous battles in the long history of collusions between secular power and sacred power. Hear how two former friends rush towards an almost inevitable fate. But who is the murderer?.
What Did the Early Church Look Like to Other Romans Part 2
What Did the Early Church Look Like to Other Romans
On each program of “Setting the Record Straight” you will hear another fascinating yet neglected story from two thousand years of magnificent achievements of the Catholic Church. Historical Apologist Charles Coughlin presents these intriguing stories based upon respected and authoritative historical sources. Misinformation and disinformation about the earthly work of the Catholic Church is corrected. “Setting the Record Straight” will quench the thirst of Catholics who want to hear true stories explaining their glorious heritage.