What Does “Catholic” Mean?

Most people assume that ‘catholic’ = ‘Roman Catholic’ but that’s not the case. A view asks why we call ourselves catholic Christians but we are not “Roman.” This episode explores where this word comes from and why being ‘catholic’ (but not Roman Catholic) is vitally important.

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