Catholic podcaster Patrick Coffin shares with John-Henry his thoughts on whether or not Francis is an anti-pope, citing the 1996 apostolic constitution from John Paul II titled ‘Universi Dominici gregis’ and the totality of Francis’ words and actions.
The Coalition for Canceled Priests has launched a fundraising campaign to secure a retreat center in Northwest Indiana for priests who have been sidelined by their bishops. The 61-acre property would act as a place of refuge for clergy. Click here to support our priests: https://www.canceledpriests.org/priestshome/
On this week’s episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland shares his reaction to purported research on how fetal cells can help a mother’s injured heart, as well as how each and every Holy Mass is a “little Easter.”
LSNTV’s Larissa Fedoryka visits the Strong Oaks Woodshop in Front Royal, Virginia, to get a glimpse of their incredible craftsmanship and listen to their stories about how they provide handmade caskets and boxes for the families of deceased individuals and miscarried babies. Check out their website: https://strongoakswoodshop.com/
John-Henry speaks with a GOP candidate for US House, John Gibbs, about his conversion to the Catholic faith and his pro-life, pro-family platform. Gibbs is looking to primary Rep. Peter Meijer of Michigan’s third congressional district, who voted to impeach then-president Donald Trump in 2021.
In today’s episode, Mother Miriam reads about the secrets of Our Lady of La Salette, who appeared to two young French shepherds in 1846, and her foretelling of great suffering in the world and in the Church.
This week, the Faith & Reason panel discusses the projected 20 million Africans facing starvation and why our global elites don’t seem to care, the FDA’s potential emergency authorization of COVID jabs for children ages 6 months to 5 years, and what to make of Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter.
On this week’s episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland reads aloud and comments on a brief passage from the Acts of the Apostles, in which St. Peter urges us to repent of our sins and be saved from “this corrupt generation.”