The Catholic Hack Episode No 29 –Mike Aquilina Part 1

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Show Notes:
Mike is author or editor of more than a dozen books on Catholic history, doctrine, and devotion. He is vice president of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology based in Steubenville, Ohio.

Mike is co-host, with Scott Hahn, of “The Lamb’s Supper” (2001), “Hail, Holy Queen” (2002), “First Comes Love” (2003), “Lord, Have Mercy” (2004), and “Swear to God” (2005) — all airing on EWTN. He also appears regularly as a panelist on “The Weekly Roman Observer,” broadcast by Catholic Familyland Network.

Mike’s career in publishing spans two decades, and hundreds of his articles have appeared in many periodicals and journals in the United States and abroad.

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Welcome Back!

I want you to say hello to Mike Aquilina who is the author of more than a dozen books a few of which open up the early Church writings to us. I’m especially fond of The Mass of the Early Christians. Mike has a great way of bringing the early church alive for us and it was a great joy for me to speak with him.

It was the early Church Fathers that kept/made me Catholic. I was on my way to a protestant church when I discovered some fantastic Early Christian Writings. I began to read these documents and was astonished to find just how Catholic the early Church was. My wife bought me, as a Christmas gift, two of the 4 volumes of Faith of the Early Fathers, by William A. Jurgens. It is truly fantastic reading. I cannot encourage you enough to pick up these resources.

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1 Comment

  1. Anne

    I was totally weirded out today. I finally got a chance to start re-listening to these after the holidays and being a bit distracted and heard my name at the end of this one! That was sweet. 🙂 God willing I will keep up more now.

    I liked these two also, the first one on the church fathers (will listen to the next one tomorrow God willing) and the last two on the “rapture.” I guess that teaching is why I went Church-hunting a couple of years ago(?) now. It was when Lebanon went to war with Israel and the pastor there preached a sermon about how this was a fulfillment of biblical prophecy. Long story extremely short, that’s why I “left” “the church,” one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. So it was really great to hear about that, made me feel like I’m not alone!

    I’m rambling sorry. But this was all very timely for me. 🙂 As the Easter Vigil draws ever nearer I’m taking a lot of deep breaths.

    It’s great to hear more about the early church fathers too. Oh and the salvation history site is awesome also. I’m finishing up the section on Mary now, really good..

    Anyway thanks again for the info. But not for weirding me out. =D Seriously, thanks for the work you put into it.

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