Drunk Church History

Stories from life and faith . . . as told after a few beers.

Join Joshua and co-host Lucas Allen in this bi-weekly dive into the greatest (and worst) moments of the Church’s history.

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23. Teresa of Calcutta Drunk Church History

Christopher Hitchens: Devil’s Advocate! The Vatican Bank!  Scranton, PA: the Electric City!  Saint Teresa of Calcutta, aka Mother Teresa, (1910—1997) was the founder of the Missionaries of Charity and one of the most beloved figures of the 20th century. But in the modern era, no saint's reputation can remain unstained. Epic Rap Battles of History: Mother Teresa vs Sigmund Freud
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