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Why correcting Pope Francis is a true act of charity
Tue Apr 30, 2019 - 12:00 am EST
In This Episode
Since launching The John-Henry Westen Show a number of viewers have raised questions about the issues I’ve brought up.
I was on the road last week, so I decided to take the opportunity to answer some of those questions on this week’s episode.
I discuss the importance of joy in the apostolate – why we must be “happy warriors” even in the midst of the darkness around us in the Church and culture. I share two examples of these “happy warriors” – two men who are in fact most vilified in our Church for speaking the truth about the current crisis: Cardinal Raymond Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider.
And I discuss the need for authentic charity towards Pope Francis. The question we must ask ourselves is: Do I really love Pope Francis enough to express concern about what’s going on? Do I love him enough to tell him I’m concerned for his soul?
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