The Ides of March and Early Christianity

On this Ides of March, Cale examines how the death of Julius Caeser on this day in 44 BC impacted Jesus Christ, and the Catholic Church for centuries. After his assassination, Julias Caeser, was deified and called a savior by Roman writers. Julias Caeser was known as a living god and every emperor after him was known as a son of god. Romans were so wrong though. Jesus is the true Son of God and the early Christians suffered much torture and even death for refusing to deny Jesus.

Cale Clarke is the host of both The Cale Clarke Show and The Faith Explained on Relevant Radio. On The Faith Explained, Cale dives deep into Scriptures, the Catechism and Sacred Tradition to bring an in-depth look at what the Catholic Church Believes. On the Cale Clarke Show, Cale unpacks how a Catholic perspective affects the nitty-gritty of everyday life. He also looks at what's happening in the culture through a Catholic Lens.