How does the Roman Church hold together the people of Europe during the Dark Ages?

Question by ct2345: How does the Roman Church hold together the people of Europe during the Dark Ages?
How does the Roman Church hold together the people of Europe during the Dark Ages?

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Answer by shjOlds_442
Died or become catholic.

“Foxe’s book of Martyrs,” by John Foxe

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Cathy, starting in ch. 4, it speaks directly what the catholic church did to people starting around the 2nd or 3rd century. When it speaks of the Queen of England, it is speaking of the Queen that was a catholic and how the “bloody tower” became bloody.

Cathy, your time lines are written based on what the vatican wants us to believe. I was listening to the vatican II counsel in ’65. Where were you? I use to be a catholic. I don’t trust anything they say anymore.

Another book to consider is titled, “The Prince,” by Machiavelli. It speaks of the wars started by the vatican in his day.

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