LISTEN UP! Mike Aquilina


Monday, April 21, 2008

Mike Aquilina

From Spirit Catholic Radio in Nebraska comes a series of programs from perhaps the foremost patristics scholar in America today. Mike Aquilina’s work has been rather exhaustive and he’s exceedingly good at making the early Fathers accessible. If you’ve ever been confronted by someone who claims that the Early Church wasn’t Catholic or that the Catholic Church was invented by Constantine (ala Dan Brown), be sure to be prepared by having listened to at least a few of these programs.

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.

the glory, the shame & the hope for tomorrow

The Glory, the Shame, & the Hope for Tomorrow

Latetst Morning Show Appearance:
St. Cyril of Jerusalem

His blog, ‘The Way of the Fathers’, can be found at:

Mass of the Early Christians – Part 1
Mass of the Early Christians – Part 2
Mass of the Early Christians – Part 3

Fathers of the Church
St. Polycarp
St. Gregory Nyssa
St. Ambrose
St. Basil

St. Athanasius
St. Justin the Martyr
St. Irenaeus

Roman Martyrs
St. Benedict
St. Augustine
St. Gregory the Great
St. John Chrysostom
St. Cyprian

St. Jerome
St. Ignatius of Antioch
St. Leo the Great
Rome Pilgrimage
St. Clement of Rome
St. John of Damascus
St. Clement of Alexandria
Fathers and The Feast of the Epiphany
St. Anthony of the Desert
St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Hippolytus

St. Maximus the Confessor




Mothers of the Church
St. Syncletica

St. Agnes
St. Perpetua

The Chair of St. Peter

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