The Great Gregory Aftermath

Episode 87: The Great Gregory Aftermath

 

Description: Today, we are going to take a quick look at the popes right after the papacy of Gregory the Great. We recall that the papacy of Gregory the Great is generally marked as the point where the city of Rome and the Roman church hit their low point in all the important areas a power needs: finance, politics, influence, culture and any other metric you can think of. Gregory began the process of reversing the backwards slide of Rome and the Roman Church. Let’s take a look at what happens in the next few decades in the papacy. This is a challenging time for popes of Rome, the Church in general and the entire western world.

 

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