Professor Janet Smith is the leading English language expert on Humanae Vitae and a renowned writer and speaker. She has never considered herself a “Traditionalist” but has come to love the Extraordinary Form Traditional Latin Mass. Recently retired as a professor from the Sacred Heart major seminary in Detroit she has some vital insights into the July 16, 2021 motu proprio Traditionis Custodes.
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This is about the cover-up of sexual perversion, grooming, and the spiritual abuse of vulnerable seminarians. It’s not rare for a seminarian to be ousted from a seminary for bogus reasons, which can further result in the loss of a vocation because of corrupt Church bureaucrats. What is rare is when a seminarian decides to push back and fight the corruption in the courts.
Enter the courageous Anthony Gorgia, represented by New York attorney Raymond Belair who joins me for this week's important episode of The Patrick Coffin Show.
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Michael Voris leads a 60+ team at Church Militant, which grows by the week. There is no controversy, no taboo topic, and no deference to the religious office for its own sake that Voris fears to confront. The four-time regional Emmy Award winner parlayed an education at Notre Dame and an STD degree from Rome online into a mighty Catholic lay apostolate. Don’t like his tone? “Boo-hoo,” he retorts.
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Mike Dowe has hundreds of stories about years as a prisoner of war in a communist prison camp. Dowe was a POW in a brutal camp north of the Yalu River in North Korea during the Korean conflict. His memories are vivid and unusually detailed.
The stories he loves to tell the most are about the priest he credits with keeping him (Dowe) and many hundreds of others alive during their unimaginable years of trial and deprivation at the hands of the communists.
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