The Great Plague

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The Great Plague

How Black Death Changed the Face of Christendom
Fisher, Rev. Andrew
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From 1346 to 1353 A.D. half the population of Europe was lost to a mysterious plague that no medicine could stop. The “Black Death” brought a mortality rate and spiritual darkness never seen before. Yet, despite a pope in exile, pockets of heresy, and the loss of half the clergy in Europe, the Church continued to provide the faith, leadership, and action needed to bring spiritual and social stability. Learn how in the midst of crisis, there arose new saints, new piety, and a new affirmation of the Church’s mission to preach and serve.

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