The Fisherman’s Tomb – Off the Shelf 073 with John O’Neill

One of the greatest mysteries in Church history was where exactly was the final resting place of Saint Peter? Tradition had always told the Early Christians that Peter was buried on Vatican Hill under what is now known as St. Peter's. John O'Neill is my gust this week and he uncovers the details of the quest to find the final resting place of Peter's bones. It involves a Pope, a Texas oilman, and the quest of a lifetime. Join John O'Neill and I as we discuss his book The Fisherman's Tomb: The True Story of the Vatican's Secret Search.

One of the greatest mysteries in Church history was where exactly was the final resting place of Saint Peter? Tradition had always told the Early Christians that Peter was buried on Vatican Hill under what is now known as St. Peter’s. John O’Neill is my guest this week and he uncovers the details of the quest to find the final resting place of Peter’s bones. It involves a Pope, a Texas oilman, and the quest of a lifetime. Join John O’Neill and I as we discuss his book The Fisherman’s Tomb: The True Story of the Vatican’s Secret Search.

Listen to Off the Shelf Episode 073 exclusively on Breadbox Media below.

Bio

John O’Neill is a lawyer and #1 New York Times bestselling author. He has spent much of his life visiting and researching early Christian sites. He is a 1967 graduate of the Naval Academy, a former law clerk to Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist, and senior partner at a large international law firm.

 

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