#340 – A History of the Catholic Church – New Rome

After an evaluation of Constantine’s Christianity, we look at the establishment of Constantinople and review earlier theological debates to prepare ourselves for the outbreak of the Arian Controversy.


Image of Mosaic of Constantine presenting Constantinople to Mary and Jesus

Constantine’s “Oration to the Saints”

Coins of Constantine from 312 and 318 showing Sol Invictus

Coins of Constantine from 315 showing the Chi Rho on the Constantine’s helm and from 327 showing the labarum

Map of Constantinople showing early walls of Septimus Severus and how Constantine expanded the size of the city. The map also shows Hagia Irene, where Constantine had the liturgy dedicating Constantinople, and Holy Apostles where Constantine will be buried.

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  1. […] in this volume: #339 – Constantine Stands Alone #340 – New Rome #341 – The Presbyter of Alexandria #342 – The First Ecumenical Council #343 – The […]

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