February 25

Communism and Catholicism

Adventures in Imperfect Living Catholic Podcast, Podcasts

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Join us on this week’s episode of “Adventures in Imperfect Living Catholic Podcast” as we dive deep into the heart of resistance with Kristen Van Uden, author of “When the Sickle Swings.” We discuss the awe-inspiring stories of Catholics who stood firm in their faith against the oppressive forces of communism throughout the 20th century.

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From secret Masses to clandestine clergy and peaceful protests that shook the foundations of totalitarian regimes, this episode explores the incredible resilience and bravery of individuals who risked everything for their belief in spiritual freedom and the triumph of their immortal souls. Kristen shares her journey of uncovering these stories, her methodology, and the profound impact these accounts have on understanding Christianity’s pivotal role in history’s ideological battles. Tune in to uncover how faith acted not just as a beacon of hope, but as a formidable weapon against the darkness of communism. Don’t miss this powerful discussion on the episode titled “Communism and Catholicism” – where history, faith, and the fight for the soul of humanity converge.


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