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15th c. Catholic Art: Entrance to the Mystical Fortress
Catholic art for Alfonso de Spina's book Fortalitium fidei. Caption: "Entrance to the Mystical Fortress", mid 15th century. Illuminated manuscript. (Notice Jews blocked by pope & his clergy with/by Church teachings in hand.)

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Pope St. Caius stayed hidden in the Catacombs (and ran the Church) for 8 years. It certainly seems possible the Saint would have continued "hidden" for a decade, or even longer if he had not been captured. Was he betrayed... like his Master was?

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