Epic: A Journey Through Church History

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What People Are Saying

The Epic: A Journey Through Church History is a conference every Catholic should attend. To remember who we are and where we came from is essential in this modern age for our salvation and happiness. » Read More
— Lisa Kenna, St. Andrews, Chantilly VA
This was my first time organizing an event with Ascension Press and I have to say that everything went very smoothly! Not only was our speaker, Steve Weidenkopf, a top notch presenter, but everyone that I worked with, from the staff that came to attend t » Read More
— Shawna Hansen, Secretary, Diocese of Duluth
I highly recommend the Epic seminar. There is a great interest among Catholics in the history of the Church and the presentation of Epic by Steve Weidenkopf provides a wonderful overview of the subject. As a teacher of Church History myself, I was curious » Read More
— Rev. Rory T. Conley, PhD., Pastor, St. John Neumann Church, Gaithersburg, Maryland
Steve is an incredibly knowledgeable and capable church historian who understands the significance of knowing the Catholic history/story in order to better understand ourselves and our time. » Read More
— Janneke Bruce, St. James the Greater, Charles Town, WV
Epic: A Journey Through Church History fills an urgent need for adult Catholics to recover their history as a believing community, debunk false criticisms of their Church, and understand the Christian underpinnings of the modern world. This is a vivid, t » Read More
— Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia
The Epic program is very impressive. The production quality is high. The timeline and periodization of two thousand years of Church history makes it approachable and understandable to the average Catholic—to whom, after all, it belongs. Most Catholics » Read More
— Thomas Madden
Director of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Saint Louis University
This is Catholic history as it should be written, with Christ always at the center, and all the Popes features and listed, and the great saints and the doctors of the Church honored. » Read More
— Warren H. Carroll, Founder of Christendom College

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