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Books: Inside the Vatican
The pope's chief doctrinal officer has always been in dialogue with the Reformation traditions. Now he reveals his vision for Christianity in the new millennium.
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Taming the Reformation
What the Lutheran-Catholic Justification Declaration really accomplished—and what it did not.
From the Archives: In the Year of Death, Wycliffe Wrote to Pope Urban VI
This translation from the Latin appears in The Prosecution of John Wyclyf by Joseph H. Dalmus, published by Yale University Press. 1952. Used by permission.
Christian History Timeline: Wycliffe's World
The 14th Century
The Pen-and-Ink Wars, or Tyndale vs. More
The Search for a Holy Life
A Brief Overview of Medieval Monasticism
A Chimaera of His Age
A Man of Peace and the Church Militant
1378 The Great Papal Schism
When two popes, and later three popes, vied for supremacy, the medieval church entered a dramatic, forty-year crisis of authority.
Catherine of Siena
She lived only 33 years, but her vibrant faith and writings were so influential she has been declared a Doctor of the Church.
Women in the Medieval Church: Did You Know?
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