St Peter was not the first Pope and never went to Rome, claims Channel 4 - Telegraph

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St Peter was not the first Pope and never went to Rome, claims Channel 4 - Telegraph

Sunday, 23 March 2008
St Peter's journey to Rome led to the spread of Christianity in the West and the foundation of Roman Catholicism, so the Church has always taught, but a new documentary will challenge the link as nothing more than a "conspiracy of faith".
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