I learned more about Church teachings from Real Catholic TV and their wonderful lineup of informational shows than I learned in RCIA. I love the One True Faith. I've learned so much from their apologetics course. And I love their Catholic Investigative Agency shows! I watch the Vortex every time I get a chance!
I don't have cable or satellite TV, but the fee we pay each much for the premium channel of Real Catholic TV is well worth it.
You don't have to like Voris, or Real Catholic TV, but I won't publish lies about what he teaches (and, having watched hundreds of hours I know what he teaches... In a nutshell: be loyal to Church teaching!) on this blog. Use your own platform to do that. You won't get away with it here.
And to answer the comment I won't post: I've never seen an episode where Voris seemed "confused." That's the great thing about following what the Church says, you don't get confused very often because your moral compass has a great center. You (rambling commentor) may not understand what the Church teaches on salvation outside the Church but frankly it's not rocket science and I'm sure Voris doesn't have any trouble wrapping his head around it.
And I don't think Voris was the one who looked ridiculous during the recent World Youth Day debacle. I think Real Catholic TV's statement was graceful and classy.
Someone looked a bit ridiculous... the people making a statement about Real Catholic TV being in Madrid outside WYD.
And this was my first thought when I saw the report: Oh no! Should I be worried? I'm Catholic and I write about being Catholic and I've never asked my Bishop for approval! If that has become a crime I think a lot of us are going to be in a lot of trouble.