Bishops - Part 11: Three 6th Century Figures of Great Influence
May 20, 2011 Length: 50:26
In the 6th Century, three individuals played a huge role in forming and influencing the ecclesiastical structure of the Church. They were the Emperor Justinian, Pope Gregory the Great of Rome, and Dionysius the Areopagite. Fr. Tom deals with the first 2 here and the third in the next episode.
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