083: What You Need to Know About the Pope (w/ Joe Heschmeyer)

083: What You Need to Know About the Pope (w/ Joe Heschmeyer) October 28, 2020

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I’m joined by the incredible Joe Heschmeyer to talk about the papacy. We dig into the reasons why we need a Pope, the deep biblical roots of the papacy – beginning with Peter – and some amazing evidence from the Early Church. Plus, much more. In fact, this episode is so packed with information you’re going to want to listen to it again when you finish – I can almost guarantee!

For more from Joe visit his website Shameless Popery, check out his wonderful podcast The Catholic Podcast (available everywhere), and be sure to get his fantastic new book packed with even more information on the papacy, Pope Peter.

Pope Peter is also available from the Catholic Answers store.

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