Catholic Audios

The New Testament

Jesus made St. Peter the first Pope

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Audio Description

We will explain in this audio presentation that Jesus Christ made St. Peter the first Pope of the Catholic church. It is important for Catholics to know this for it is one of the most important events in Catholic church's history as it is the foundation of our faith.

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