Quest for a Culture of Life in America with Steve Koob

Steve Koob, founder and executive director of One More Soul, hosts a weekly program in which he interviews some of the people making a significant contribution to the Culture of Life. The hope and prayer is that Radio Maria listeners will be inspired by these guests, and will find ways that they too can foster a Culture of Life in their community, Church, and family.

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April 25, 2017 – John-Henry Westen

John-Henry Westen is a co-founder of the 20 year-old Life Site News online news service that reaches over a million world wide readers with today’s major stories affecting all the life, family and Catholic Church issues that Christians face today. It is a tremendous service that the informed person should not be without, and would be if one depends on the secular media.

John has been tracking the Vatican since the beginning of LSN, including the papacies of Saint John-Paul II, Benedict XVI and now Francis. He would be the first to tell you that the current Pope is causing much more turmoil, discord and confusion than the previous two.

Amoris Laetitia is being interpreted differently by bishops throughout the world. What is the problem? Why the confusion? Is Francis under the guidance of the Holy Spirit? He often speaks about the same issue differently in two venues–on an airplane vs a homily. Why is he doing this?

During the Pope Francis Pontificate, the Vatican has advocated for a sex education program that is secular, not parent centered, and contains pornographic material. He has dismissed very capable and orthodox experts from at least two Vatican dicasteries, including Cardinal Robert Sarah’s Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments, appointing replacements who largely disagree with Cardinal Sarah’s direction for Liturgical reform.

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