Social movements transform present realities, spiritual movements define eternal ones. Spiritual movements are like seeds, they start small, tranforming the hearts and minds of a handful of people before growing tall and strong, with wide ringed trunks and deep roots sunk deep into the soil. They become places of refuge, a source of nourishment and a beacon of hope in a beleagured social landscape. History would be poorer for not being graced by their presence and society would be unrecognisable without them.

The German Reformation

How did the German Reformation begin? The German Reformation was sparked by Martin Luther, a renegade Catholic priest. The catalyst for the reformation was the sale of indulgences throughout Germany by John Tetzel under the authority of Pope Leo X but in reality, the...

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The Albigenses and The Papacy

The Papacy: A force to be reckoned with At the turn of the 13th century, Europe was no longer held together by the common political tie of the Pagan Roman Empire yet it was being slowly gathered together under the decidedly religiopolitical banner of the Papacy....

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The Celtic Church

Early History of the Celtic Church Celtic Christianity is a term given to the Christian Church of the Celtic peoples occupying the British Isles, spanning what we now know as England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Many scholars believe that Celtic...

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