Lessons Learned Through Cultural Indoctrination – Msgr. Stuart Swetland

March 29, 2017 | No Comments

By applying Catholic Social Teaching to the historical experience of the Church in the New World, Msgr. Stuart Swetland looks at the ways Catholics engaged in mission and inculturation in

The Northern Missions – Msgr. Frank Lane

March 22, 2017 | No Comments

In this lecture from our 2007 Deep in History Conference, Msgr. Frank Lane looks at the missionary efforts of Jesuits in Upstate New York and Canada, and what the examples

Catholic Life in the Colonies – Helen Hull Hitchcock

March 15, 2017 | No Comments

In this lecture from the 2007 Deep in History Conference, the late Helen Hull Hitchcock, a leading voice on liturgy and women in the Church, presents a picture of what

Engaging the Apostolic Mission of the Church -Deacon Alex Jones

March 08, 2017 | No Comments

Beginning by explaining how he himself overcame anti-Catholicism in his own upbringing, Deacon Alex encourages Catholics to overcome whatever obstacles may face them as they embrace the apostolic call of

The Roots of Fundamentalism – Richard Chacon

March 01, 2017 | One Comment

The word “Fundamentalism” gets tossed around a lot these days, often used to describe anyone who is a strict adherent to any religious belief. Historically speaking, however, “Fundamentalism” refers to

Lord Baltimore – Fr. Charles Connor

February 22, 2017 | No Comments

Who exactly was Lord Baltimore?  Cities, railroads, and even the first diocese in the United States bear the name, but few know about the man himself.  In fact, there were

The Southwestern Missions – Dr. James Hitchcock

February 14, 2017 | No Comments

In this fascinating lecture from the 2007 Deep in History Conference, Dr. James Hitchcock, professor of history at St. Louis University, looks at the history of Catholic missions in the

The Attempted Return: Mary Tudor – Joanna Bogle

February 08, 2017 | No Comments

Joanna’s husband, Jamie, had to cancel his 2006 Deep in History lecture because he was at a wedding for a Royal Family member, who had to renounce his claim to

Shakespeare and the Catholic Recusants of the English Reformation – Joseph Pearce

January 25, 2017 | One Comment

In this lecture for the 2006 Deep in History conference, literary biographer Joseph Pearce looks at the English Reformation, and specifically recusants- those English under the rule of Anglican monarchs

Henry VIII – Marcus Grodi

January 18, 2017 | No Comments

In this 2006 lecture from the Deep in History conference, Marcus Grodi gives background on the lineage of Henry VIII, what Catholicism looked like in England leading up to his

A Look at the Reformation – Marcus Grodi

By Marcus Grodi
January 11, 2017 | One Comment

In this 2006 Deep in History lecture, Marcus Grodi looks at how for so many of us in the United States, our understanding of the Reformation is colored by the

Martyrs – Paul Thigpen

By Paul Thigpen
January 05, 2017 | No Comments

Paul Thigpen, who currently serves as editor of TAN Books, looks at the Christian meaning of martyrdom as explained in scripture and tradition. Taking specific instances of saints from the

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