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(LifeSiteNews) — LifeSite is excited to announce a brand new weekly news magazine show that will serve as a truth-telling alternative to mainstream media programs like 60 Minutes.

Starting August 7, LifeSiteNews: InFocus will be hosted every Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m. EST by LifeSite editor-in-chief John-Henry Westen.

Aired on The John-Henry Westen Channel on YouTube, LifeSiteNews: InFocus will present our most recent video coverage and analysis on the latest life, family, and culture news, as well as revisit previous coverage and analysis of interest.

If you’d like to sign up for email reminders about the show, click here to subscribe to receive LifeSiteNews: InFocus in your inbox.

The inaugural August 7 episode will be titled “Building a Post-Roe America,” beginning with our coverage of the Supreme Court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade and proceeding to analysis on what’s next for the pro-life movement.

Each episode of LifeSiteNews: InFocus will begin with opening remarks from John-Henry Westen, who will also provide insights after each report. Closing out the program is a brief segment titled “Mother Miriam Minute,” which aims to give viewers a nugget or two of spiritual wisdom.

After airing on YouTube on Sunday evening, episodes will be made available on the LifeSiteNews homepage and on Rumble and Banned Monday morning.

Thank you for your interest in this exciting new project! Be sure to subscribe to LifeSiteNews: InFocus by clicking here.

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