#154 – Avignon Papacy

Papal residence in Avignon

The Pope hasn’t always lived in Rome. In today’s episode we hear about why the Clement V decided to move, what it meant for the Church and why it became known as the Babylonian Captivity.

Links:
Catholic New Media Conference – Atlanta 22 June 2008

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podcasticon#154 – Avignon Papacy

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