The Roman Pilgrimage: A Vivid Sense of God

By |2020-06-13T01:04:47-05:00March 30th, 2016|Categories: Architecture, Catholicism, Christianity, Civilization, Culture, Religion, Rome, Theology|

Christians adopted the practice of pilgrimage from their spiritual forebears, the ancient Israelites, after Christianity ceased to be a persecuted Church of the catacombs. This occurred after Constantine’s Edict of Milan brought her out from illegality and persecution. Roman Pilgrimage: The Station Churches by George Weigel, with Elizabeth Lev and Stephen Weigel The distinguished team [...]