"Guests include Edward Pentin of the National Catholic Register and John Allen of Boston Globe's Crux, along with CMTV's own Matthew Pearson, Christine Niles, and Peter O'Dwyer."
- [0.14] Voris' introduction to this episode of Mic'd Up
- [4.15] Interview with Edward Pentin of the National Catholic Register
- [10:05] Conversation with Matthew Pearson about anti-Catholic dissenting "Catholic" media outlets
- [34:33] Discussion with Chistine Niles and Peter O'Dwyer about the "Reactionary Catholic Media"
- [48:10] Interview with John Allen about secular media coverage of the Catholic Church [very interesting]
[I'm paraphrasing here, in the foregoing as well as in what follows.]
What, then, is the right diagnosis and right cure? Whatever the problems, says Voris, you can't depart from Peter ... even if Peter is wrong (and he won't be wrong on official teaching because that is protected by the Holy Spirit), and he can be wrong in the way he says something, even the way in which he understands things on the natural level. The doctrine of papal infallibility, stresses Niles, has very narrowly defined parameters. The Holy Father can say things that are vague, confusing, even wrong. But one must never depart from Peter. At one point, Voris refers to renegade bishops and stresses that even if they are notorious dissidents who are on the wrong side of major moral issues, one must respect the authority of their office and remain under their authority so long as they require of you only what is in keeping with Church teaching.
- Louie Verrecchio, "Trandwriter 25: Michael Voris almost gets the SSPX ..."
- John Venari, "CFN Media 4 - Response to yet another Voris Assault"
- John Venari, "CFN Media 5 - Response to Voris Pt 2: 'Reactionaries' and Blunder"
- Michael Matt and Christopher Ferrara, "INFLAMMATORY MEDIA: On Michael Voris & Mrs. Niles" (TheRemnantvideo, Feb.17, 2015)
- "The SSPX responds to false accusations" (District of the USA)