On this week's Faith & Reason, the panel reacts to Fox News commentators silencing a 'bigot' guest for correctly stating that homosexual orgies spread monkeypox, the scandal of Pope Francis' participation in a pagan ritual during his Canada visit, and the continuing crackdown on the Latin Mass.
On this week's Faith & Reason, the panel (minus Jack) deals with Cardinal Cupich's new attack on the Traditional Latin Mass in Chicago and Pope Francis' upcoming visit to Canada, where he will participate in an Indigenous 'purification' ceremony.
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.
This week, the Faith & Reason panel discusses Pope Francis' appointment of pro-LGBT cardinals and rumors of a possible resignation, leftist threats against Catholic churches if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, and the massacre of at least 50 Catholics at a Mass in Nigeria.
The panel unpacks Pope Francis’ controversial Vatican appointments, some of the key takeaways from the globalist elites’ annual meeting at Davos, and how Catholics and Christians can survive the onslaught of ‘Pride Month.’
On this week’s Faith & Reason, the panel discusses Archbishop Cordileone banning Nancy Pelosi from Holy Communion, the globalist machinations of the World Economic Forum and World Health Organization, and the latest news about the monkeypox virus.
On this week's Faith & Reason, the panel shares their thoughts on the promised pro-abortion 'summer of rage,' the Pope's lack of a statement condemning the arrest of Cardinal Joseph Zen, and the World Health Organization's pandemic treaty that would erode national sovereignty all over the world.