Christ: The Center of History

Learn history from a faithful Catholic perspective for FREE

History is more than wars, conflict, and bloodshed:
it has a deeper meaning waiting for you to discover.

It can be challenging to live as a dedicated Catholic in today’s world. 

  • You can be unsure of who to trust when it comes to the truth about the Catholic faith and our past.
  • You can sometimes feel alone and lacking in resources in the battle against secularism.
  • You can feel uncertain of the role you can play in fulfilling God’s plan for the world.

Christ: The Center of History brings faith and reason together to illuminate the deeper meaning of history—enriching your life and deepening your faith.


    Dr. Timothy O’Donnell

    • President of Christendom College, which the Newman guide describes as “a standard for Catholic higher education”
    • First layman to receive both his licentiate and doctoral degrees in ascetical and mystical theology from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome
    • EWTN show host and highly-sought speaker
    • Author of Heart of the Redeemer and Swords Around the Cross
    • Appointed by Pope St. John Paul II to serve as a consultor to the Pontifical Council for the Family
    • 40+ years of teaching experience in Catholic theology and history


    Christ: The Center of History will lead you on a survey of the three key ancient civilizations to show you how God providentially prepared the world for the birth of his Son.



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    Enjoy five 30-minute segments that you can watch on your own schedule, featuring thoughtful, clear, and understandable content.

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    Discover your special role in God’s providential plan, grow in wisdom and understanding of your Catholic heritage, and then share the faith with the right tools.


    Each class taught by Christendom College faculty aims to help you thrive as a Catholic by sharing the guiding light of faith and reason found in our Catholic patrimony.

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