This week's Faith & Reason includes a full panel and covers a lot of ground: the death of the highly controversial Archbishop Rembert Weakland, rumors about Pope Francis' resignation and appointment of a new successor at an upcoming consistory, The Atlantic's attack on the Rosary, and much more.
On this week's Faith & Reason, Jack Maxey returns to the panel for a discussion about the FBI raid on Donald Trump's home and the major political ramifications of federal law enforcement targeting an ex-president.
On this week's Faith & Reason, Fr. Altman and John-Henry react to astonishing video of police in Uvalde fiddling around while children were getting massacred, a voicemail recording that proves Joe Biden knew about his son Hunter's business dealings in China, and Democratic efforts to allow abortions in states where they've been made illegal.
This week on Faith & Reason, the panel discusses a disturbing yet neglected angle on the young Highland Park shooter, and Jack gives an update on the most recent political developments in Russia and China, as well as looming famine in various parts of the world.
This week on Faith & Reason, the panel reacts to the Supreme Court's overturn of Roe v. Wade, Nancy Pelosi's sacrilegious reception of Holy Communion at a Mass where Pope Francis was present, and Francis' recent meeting with six "transgender" individuals in a papal audience.
The Faith & Reason panel discusses concrete steps churches and pregnancy centers should take to protect their members and property from pro-abortion violence. Jack Maxey also gives an update on the signs of Western escalation against Russia and warns our elites not to do more harm than good.
This week on Faith & Reason, Jack Maxey returns from hiatus. The panel discusses the promise of Jane's Revenge to ramp up attacks on pro-life groups, Jack's work on the Hunter Biden laptop, and Fr. Altman's bishop reassigning a priest caught using the homosexual 'Grindr' app while Altman remains suspended.