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.
John-Henry takes a few minutes to explain why Yuval Noah Harari, a professor who works with the World Economic Forum, uses the terms “useless people” and “useless class” in public discourse so frequently.
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 Van Maren Show, Jonathon sits down with pro-life activist Bethany Janzen to discuss her new global initiative to foster a pro-life culture in communities and schools in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Click here to learn more about Pro-Life Global.
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.
Since dedicating his life to the pro-life cause in 1990, New York City’s Chris Slattery’s impact that has been felt worldwide. His pregnancy help centers in New York City, and others like it have resulted in thousands of babies being saved, despite having to battle against the multi-billion dollar abortion industry.
On this week’s episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon is joined by pro-life activist AJ Hurley, who took the photographs of the five late-term babies found in Washington D.C. Help these pro-life heroes continue their work: LifeFunder.com
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.