If the Church has been infiltrated with such evil, why remain in it? Out of the eighty episodes I’ve done, I’ve answered that question in perhaps 15% of them. However, I’m not a priest. You need to hear it from a priest. Not the sort of priest who wants you to stay in the Church because he needs your money, but the sort of priest who is interested in saving your soul. So we’re going to hear Fr. Altman again today.
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