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.
Gabby Maccio, a psychology major from Texas and practicing Catholic, describes the damage done by Latin Mass restrictions in her diocese and shares what motivated her to courageously start speaking out against them.
On this week’s episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon talks with former UK police officer and veteran Harry Miller, who was recently arrested for causing “anxiety” by posting LGBT pride flags in the shape of a swastika on social media.
After the Vatican fired Fr. Maximilian Mary Dean as chaplain of the cloistered Carmelite monastery of Jesus, Mary and Joseph in Fairfield, PA, he has found consolation and comfort in his priestly vocation by embracing the hermetic life and remaining faithful to the Immaculate Heart of Mary in the spirit of St. Francis. Follow Fr. Max as he traverses the Appalachian Mountains and discusses his newfound situation with LifeSiteNews. Help Fr. Max build a new hermitage: LifeFunder
Joseph Rigi, president and co-founder of Our Warpath, shares how his organization is working to equip young Catholic men and women with the tools to become great saints in a morally chaotic world, and why his diocese hasn’t fully accepted the group.
On this week’s episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland shares a few nuggets of spiritual wisdom based on recent tweets and urges the faithful not to ignore messages and warnings from Our Lady.
At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2022 in Dallas, LifeSiteNews journalist Ashley Sadler asks speakers and guests to share their thoughts about the future of the United States, as they seek hope and inspiration amid the political train wreck of the bumbling Biden administration.
On this premiere episode of LifeSiteNews: InFocus, John-Henry Westen looks back at the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade and what led to this monumental achievement, and then looks ahead to how the pro-life movement can continue to build a post-Roe America where all unborn life is protected.
Lay Catholic activist Richard Smaglick shares his encounter with Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich of Luxembourg, who openly believes Church teaching on homosexuality needs to change. Cardinal Hollerich, president of the European bishops’ conference, told Smaglick that Pope Francis is in “full agreement” with him.