Carolina Catholic and Martyrs for our Faith

For our first show in April, Carolina Catholic chats with Father Fessio, president and founder of Ignatius Press, about one of its newest releases, Blessed Jerzy Popieluszko: Truth versus Totalitarianism. Father Jerzy was the Catholic chaplain for Solidarity who bravely preached on the truth of the Catholic faith, so that Poles could be free to worship God again, and who was brutally murdered in 1984 by three agents of the Security Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to silence his voice. We will also chat with Daniel Rabourdin who produced and directed The Hidden Rebellion, a docu-film about one of the world’s first genocides, the slaughter of the noble Catholics of the Vendee region of France during the French Revolution. This docu-film gives an eye-opening picture of this first progressive genocide done in the name of "social justice."

This show will air the first two weekends of April - Saturdays at 11 am and Sundays at 6 pm. 

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