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ARCHIVES OF INSTALLMENTS OF

THE HISTORY OF THE MASS AND HOLY MOTHER CHURCH

         Below are all the installments to date. Dating back to January 1996 there are a total of 105 installments thus far. Even though it goes through 106, there is no installment 45. In the transition from A Call To Peace to the DAILY CATHOLIC late in 1997, we inadvertantly skipped from 44 to 46. Thus there is no installment 45.

1999 INSTALLMENTS

APRIL

MARCH

FEBRUARY

JANUARY

1998 INSTALLMENTS

NOVEMBER

OCTOBER

SEPTEMBER

JUNE

MAY

APRIL

MARCH

FEBRUARY

JANUARY

1997 INSTALLMENTS

NOVEMBER

  • installment 49: Pope Alexander III

  • installment 48: Pope Adrian IV

  • installment 47: Pope Anastasius IV

  • installment 46: Blessed Pope Eugene III

      NOTE: In the transition from A CALL TO PEACE to the DAILY CATHOLIC we skipped from installment 44 to 46, thus missing 45. Be assured you're not missing any articles for there is no installment 45.

  • installment 44: Pope Lucius II: Last hurrah for feudalism as Romans rebell

  • installment 43: Pope Celestine II: a reconciler who accomplished so much in so little time

  • installment 42: Pope Innocent II: The only innocent one in a sea of guilt

  • installment 41: Honorius II: A Pope with honor except in his own country

  • installment 40: Pope Calixtus II: The Concordat of Worms wipes away the conflict between Church and State

  • installment 39: Pope Pashcal II: The 12th century dawns in the shadows of emperors & antipopes throwing the Church into discord

  • installment 38: Blessed Pope Victor III and Blessed Pope Urban II: Two Popes Further the Gregorian Reforms as the First Crusade is launched

  • installment 37: Pope Saint Gregory VII: The lasting impact of a Pope and Saint named Hildebrand

  • installment 36: Pope Nicholas II and Pope Alexander II: A time when politics made strange bedfellows and the Sacred College of Cardinals was established

  • installment 35: Pope Saint Leo IX, Pope Victor II and Pope Stephen IX: The Germanic Papal Line and the Great East-West Schism

  • installment 34: Pope John XIX to Pope Damusus II:The Rise and Fall of the Roman Families taints the Papacy

  • installment 33: Pope Gregory V to Pope Benedict VIII: The Beginning of the Second Millennium

  • installment 32: Pope Benedict VI to Pope John XV: Conflict among the popes, the people and the Holy Roman Emperor clog the closing years of the first millennium

  • installment 31: Pope John XII to Pope John XIII: The influence of the Holy Roman Emperor Otto I on the Holy See

  • installment 30: Pope Stephen VII to Pope Agapitus II: Marozian Manipulations and Alberic Atrocities darken the doorsteps of the Holy See

  • installment 29: Pope Benedict IV to Pope Leo VI: Tension, Theophylact and Theodora terrorize the Holy See at the start of the Tenth Century

  • installment 28: Pope Formosus to Pope John IX: Poison penetrates the papacy

  • installment 27: Pope John VIII to Pope Stephen V: Invasion, intrigue and in-fighting mark the end of the Charlemagne era

  • installment 26: Pope Sergius II to Pope Saint Hadrian III: Saracens swoop into Rome at the height of the Ninth Century as relations between East and West deteriorate

  • installment 25: Pope Saint Stephen IV to Pope Marinus I: The Ripening of and Rips in the Holy Roman Empire in the first half of the Ninth Century


1996 INSTALLMENTS

    • installment 24: The Reign of Charlemagne ushers in the Birth of the Holy Roman Empire Alliance


    • installment 23: The seeds of the Holy Roman Empire are sown


    • installment 22: The Image of Christ's Holy Church in the shadow of Iconoclasm and Islam


    • installment 21: The Viper in the Desert: the rise of the infidel


    • installment 20: The Gregorian Era - Pope Saint Gregory the Great


    • installment 19: Benedictine Beginnings


    • installment 18: The Light of Faith lights the way as the world and the Church enter the Dark Ages


    • installment 17: The Fifth Century: The Century of Saint Patrick, Pope Saint Leo the Great, and the Fall of the Roman Empire


    • installment 16: The Fourth Century: 350-400 The Arian Threat in the West: The Augustinian Era


    • installment 15: The Fourth Century: 350-400 The Arian Threat in the West: The Ambrosian Influence


    • installment 14: The Fourth Century: 350-400 The Arian Threat in the West: The Vulgate influence of Saint Jerome


    • installment 13: The Fourth Century: "In Hoc Signo Vincis" - freedom at last!


    • installment 12: The Blood of the Martyrs replenishes a flourishing Church: 250-300


    • installment 11: The Blood of the Martyrs replenishes a flourishing Church: 200-250 AD


    • installment 10: "The Blood of the Martyrs is the seed of Christianity."


    • installment 9: The Second Century: Century of the Christian Apologists - the early Doctors of the Church


    • installment 8: The evolution of the early Christian spiritual life and liturgy


    • installment 7: Nothing can destroy the Spirit!


    • installment 6: "Thou art Peter and upon this Rock I will build My Church."


    • installment 5: The Embryo Years: Forming the Foundations of Faith


    • installment 4: New Traditions are established for the New Sacrifice


    • installment 3: Out with the old, in with the New


    • installment 2: The meaning of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass


    • installment 1: The Establishment of the Blessed Sacrament



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