Popes Against the Modern Errors, Episode 3: Diuturnum Illud


Do today's Catholics really have a proper sense of “right government”? While the secular world of today and the Vatican II sect in the last 50 years have done much to destroy order, the sense and reasons behind governance, and the proper and Catholic attitude of obedience, all such issues were addressed in 1881 by His Holiness Pope Leo XIII in Diuturnum Illud.

Listen as His Excellency Bishop Donald Sanborn guides listeners through this masterful encyclical, discussing the roles and duties of rulers, the Church’s positions on forms of government and elections, where power truly lies (hint: not with the people), a reflection on the Holy Roman Empire, and a reminder that the Church has no ambitions to rule temporally, only to ensure temporal safety and happiness en route to the most important goal of this life: eternal life with God.

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Episode Notes:
For a link to Pope Leo XIII's Diuturnum Illud, click here. For Pope Leo XIII's Libertas Praestantissimum, click here.

Original Air Date: April 16, 2015
Show Run Time: 1 hour 6 minutes
Show Guest(s): Bishop Donald Sanborn
Show Host(s): Stephen Heiner
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