C. J. Doyle, the Executive Director of the Catholic Action League of Massachusetts, was interviewed last Wednesday by Colbe Mazzarella, the Guest Host of Life Matters, the pro-life television program on the Boston Neighborhood Network, which is cablecast on more than 120 public access stations in communities throughout Massachusetts.
Colbe asked Doyle about the current crisis in the Church, the failure of the Catholic hierarchy in the Commonwealth to support the attempted repeal, by referendum, of the so-called transgender law, and the disturbing decision to appoint an ally of the homosexual movement, former U. S. Attorney Donald Stern, to oversee the investigation of Saint John’s Seminary, which has been rocked by allegations of same sex predation, sexual harassment, and lascivious behavior—contra naturam—involving both students and faculty members.
The program will be shown on Thursday, December 6th, at 4:30 pm, on the BNN News and Information Channel, which, in Boston, will be cablecast on Comcast 9, RCN 15, and Verizon 1961. For those outside of the city, you may watch it streamed live on bnntv.org. The program will be repeated nearly a dozen times on BNN between Friday, December 7th, and Wednesday, December 12th. Please check the BNN TV Guide for times. You may also watch it live by clicking on the link at the Life Matters website.