John-Henry asks Dr. Edmund Mazza, a professor of Church history, to unpack the controversy and confusion surrounding the 2013 resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and address the potential implications for Francis’ papacy if the resignation were invalid.
Christendom College theology professor Dr. Conor Sweeney teaches students how to think like Christians, but in order to do that, one must know the errors of Modern Philosophy and how that change in thinking hundreds of years ago has led us to a complete breakdown of virtue.
This week’s episode of Faith & Reason dives into the World Health Organization’s plan to collaborate with world governments on a global health system, Disney’s stated efforts to spread their LGBT gospel, and the circulation of a memo among top cardinals that pulls no punches in its criticism of Pope Francis.
In today’s episode, Mother Miriam reminds us that the liturgical season of Easter has only just begun, and we are to continue celebrating Christ’s Resurrection. Mother also answers listener questions on the general judgment and more.
Fr. James Altman joins John-Henry on today’s episode for a discussion about the various aspects of divine mercy, in anticipation of the Feast of the Divine Mercy this coming Sunday, as well as an astounding revelation to St. Faustina on the day of Pope Francis’ birth in 1936.
On this week’s episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland explains why he was one of the dozens of prelates to sign an open letter warning Germany’s Catholic hierarchy that its so-called Synodal Way will lead to “schism.”
John-Henry, Liz, and Fr. Altman discuss the upcoming Supreme Court decision on abortion, the Vatican’s attempt to dismantle traditionally-minded monasteries and convents, and the brutal COVID lockdowns in China on this week’s episode of Faith & Reason.
When pro-life activists Terissa Bukovinac and Lauren Handy discovered the remains of 110 aborted babies in Washington, D.C., they reached out to a friendly priest whom they trusted to give the babies a proper funeral and burial. Until now, that priest has remained anonymous.