The John-Henry Westen Show

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John-Henry interviews some of the most well-known clergy and laity in the Church while offering commentary on the most important news developments in Rome and around the world.


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Episode 17: 10 signs Pope Francis is moving toward women’s ordination ⋅ 07/17/2019

There has been much concern among faithful Catholics about the upcoming Amazon Synod. Progressive Cadinals from Germany and the Vatican have already held a private meeting strategizing about how to get the Synod to approve a female diaconate. Cardinal Walter Brandmüller said the Synod's real intent is "the abolition of priestly celibacy and the introduction of a female priesthood – beginning with female deacons.” In this episode of the John-Henry Westen Show, John-Henry discusses the troubling nature of the Amazon Synod and the 10 signs Pope Francis is moving towards women's ordination. He also explains why the true Church could never accept women's ordination.

Episode 16: Professor Roberto de Mattei explains the crisis in the Church - Part 2 of 2 ⋅ 07/03/2019

On this edition of the John-Henry Westen show we are pleased to bring you the second in a two-part interview with Professor Roberto de Mattei. Described as the greatest historian on the Catholic Church alive today, Professor de Mattei explains how Catholics must respond to the crisis in the Church. "A respectful resistance" is what Catholics need to have at this time in Church history, he argues. Now “is a time for speaking” and to have a “militant spirit” filled with prayer and example.

Episode 15: Professor Roberto de Mattei explains the crisis in the Church - Part 1 of 2 ⋅ 06/25/2019

On this edition of the John-Henry Westen show we are pleased to bring you this first in a two-part interview with Professor Roberto de Mattei. Described as the greatest historian on the Catholic Church alive today, Professor de Mattei explains how the crisis in the Church came about and how Pope Francis has contributed to it. "Pope Francis, even more than modern liberal theologians, is a revolutionary because while they theorize he puts into practice the revolution itself."