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History of the Papacy Podcast

with Steve Guerra

119f: St. Napoleon and Locked Up Popes

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Reactionary leaders, reactionary popes, papal jiujitsu and much more will be the topic of today’s episode. We will see how Europe was fundamentally broken and needed to be changed after Napoleon, but not everyone, including the Popes, didn’t want to recognize the fact the status quo couldn’t be started over.

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Thank you for listening to the History of the Papacy. I am your host Steve. You can find show notes, how to contact me, sign up for our mailing list and how to support the History of the Papacy by going to the website: atozhistorypage.com.
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•I’d like to welcome our latest patrons on the History of the Papacy Diptychs. At the Antioch Level we welcome Isaac, at the Alexandria Level we welcome Augustus, at the Constantinople level we have Steve the Magnificent and reaching that ultimate power and prestige, that of the see of Rome we have Ama. Thank you so much Isaac, Augustus, Steve the Magnificent and Ama the Great for joining up and for your support!
•History of the Papacy/Diptychs Fun Fact – Paulinus of Pella, a Christian poet who lived during the tumultuous end of the 4th in the mid 5th century AD in southwestern Gaul, wrote in his epic poem, The Thanksgiving (Eucharisticus) about being taught the ABCs by his mom.
•Now, let us commemorate the Patreon Patrons on the History of the Papacy Diptychs. We have
oRoberto, Goran, William B, Brian, Jeffrey, Christina, John, Sarah, William H and Augustus at the Alexandria level
oDapo, Paul, Justin, Lana, John and Steve, all of who are the Magnificent at the Constantinople Level.
oReaching the ultimate power and prestige, that of the See of Rome: we have Peter the Great, Leonard the Great, Alex and Ama the Great!
•Reactionary leaders, reactionary popes, papal jiujitsu and much more will be the topic of today’s episode. We will see how Europe was fundamentally broken and needed to be changed after Napoleon, but not everyone, including the Popes, didn’t want to recognize the fact the status quo couldn’t be started over.
•With that, here is the next piece of the mosaic of the history of the Popes of Rome and Christian Church.
August 12, 2022
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