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I’ll be the guest on tonight’s episode of Brave Hero Radio (Saturday, November 16th) at 8 p.m. EST (which is 5 p.m. PST/1 a.m. GMT, etc.) I’m really looking forward to it. It’s an interesting, informative, and fun show hosted by Justin Vacula and Karla Porter, and you can find out more about it and download previous episodes/subscribe to the podcast here.
Among other things, I’ll be discussing Catholicism, particularly the dangers posed by the USCCB (the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops). If you’re interested in some background information on my interest in the USCCB, here are a few things that I’ve written/said about them over the past few years:
– “A worthless and dangerous report”: an analysis of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ report “The Causes and Context of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Catholic Priests in the United States, 1950-2010”
– A video about the USSCB that I made last year: “The dangers posed by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops”
If you want to listen live tonight, head to the episode’s page. From there, you can also join in the chat room and/or call in with any questions or comments. If you can’t listen live, or if you’d prefer the podcast version, the episode will also be available here and on iTunes soon after the show is over. Justin also set up a Facebook event for the show, and you can join that here.
Thanks so much!
Update: November 17th
The show went really well. Many thanks to Justin and Karla for having me as a guest. If you’re interested in any of the articles/reports/sites, etc., that I referenced/discussed/talked about during the show, they’re all linked to in this post (see above). And if you have any other questions about anything that I discussed and/or want any additional information, etc., please feel free to email me. I’ll be happy to help.
I think that it’s extremely important to draw attention to the dangers posed by powerful hardline conservative Catholic organizations like the USCCB, particularly because the mainstream media very rarely does so (which is frustrating, to say the least), and I’d like to keep discussing such issues, both on the radio/on podcasts and in talks, etc.