Julius, Athanasius, Sozomen and Leo: Four Early Witnesses to the Papacy
Michael Lofton goes over Pope Julius, St. Athanasius of Alexandria, the ecclesiastical historian Sozomen and Pope Leo the Great on the papal claims.
2:25 Joachim Salaverri on the papacy in the first Millennium.
4:25 Pope Julius on the papal claims and the necessity of Rome’s approval.
9:33 Sozomen on Rome’s power to annul all other decisions
13:48 Is every bishop a successor of St. Peter?
15:30 Pope Leo the Great’s sermon 3 on the papal claims
22:18 Athanasius on the judgment of Rome on Arianism being definitive and universal
Julius to the Eusebians at Antioch: https://biblehub.com/library/athanasius/select_works_and_letters_or_athanasius/chapter_ii_letter_of_julius_to.htm
Sozomen Ecclesiastical History: https://www.newadvent.org/fathers/26023.htm
Pope Leo the Great Sermon 3: https://www.newadvent.org/fathers/360303.htm
Athanasius in Giles Documents Illustrating Papal Authority: https://archive.org/details/DocumentsIllustratingPapalAuthorityAd96-454Giles