Tag Archives: Henry VIII

English Reformation Podcast part 1: The Young Henry VIII

I’ve been behind on podcast production, and owe a few back episodes. I am currently upgrading some equipment to more easily produce video. In the meantime, I am producing these podcasts on the English Reformation. This is one from a few years ago that was meant to kick off the series which never came to […]

Interview — 040: Phillip Campbell on the Nitty Gritty of the Middle Ages, part 2

Download       Play in New Window Phillip Campbell joins us for part 2 of our conversation exploring the nitty gritty of the Middle Ages. In this conversation we will discuss lay control of the Church, Episcopal absenteeism, the failure of the two-sword theory; tournaments, jousts, trial by ordeal, whether peasants actually liked the days off as […]

Interview 039—Phillip Campbell on the Nitty Gritty of the Middle Ages, and why most people will hate it

Download        Play in New Window Today, Phillip Campbell (aka Boniface) of Unam Sanctam Catholicam joins us to talk about the history of the Middle Ages, and why most people, traditional Catholics in particular, who have romantic notions of medieval life, would positively hate it. Not to dissuade one from study or admiring the Middle Ages, […]

Interview 033 — Catholic Reform before Luther on The Mike Church Show

Download                 Play in New Window Today I was a guest on the Mike Church Show to talk about the myths surrounding Luther and the beginning of the “Reformation” and the Catholic reformers that began before Luther even appeared on the scene; so that Luther’s revolt was not due to abuses in the Church, but errors […]

Interview 023 – Charles Coulombe on the English Civil War

Part 1 Download [Right Click]             Play in New Window Part 2 Download [Right Click]           Play in New Window Noted author and historian Charles Coulombe joins us again (You may recall him from Interview 20) to move a little further back in time to the layout of the modern world. 150 years before the French Revolution […]

Interview -019 Fr. Joannes Petrus on Revolution and Counter Revolution Part 1

Download [Right Click]             Play in New Window Today we are joined by Fr. Joannes Petrus, a priest who has researched and studied revolution as well as the occult, masonry and history.

The Glory of St. Patrick and the Tragedy of Ireland

The 17th of March as most know is the feast of St. Patrick in the Catholic Church. The story is well known, that Patrick was a Roman in Britain, who did not take the faith seriously and dabbled in various adventures, which led to him being caught by slave traders and sold into slavery in […]

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