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The Problem of Internet Radicalization

Live at 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific! In the second episode of The Critical Catholic, DW Lafferty and Mike Lewis look at the censorship of outlets like LifeSiteNews for disseminating conspiracy theories and misinformation by social media platforms like...

The Problem of Internet Radicalization
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Mercy and Synodality according to Pope Francis

Catholic writer and communications professional Don Clemmer joins Rachel Amiri, Mike Lewis, and D.W. Lafferty to discuss the relationship between two key themes of Pope Francis’s papacy: mercy and synodality. We will discuss Don’s article, “Pope Francis and the Age...

Mercy and Synodality according to Pope Francis
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Watch Episode 1 of the Critical Catholic

David Lafferty and Mike Lewis are going live at the top of the hour for the first episode of the critical Catholic. Topics: the latest Vigano letter, Jim Caviezel and QAnon, the cancelation of Patrick Coffin’s Covid conspiracy conference, Q:...

Watch Episode 1 of the Critical Catholic
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Live Tonight! The politics we need with Steve Millies

UPDATE: Will begin 20 minutes late (8:20) Tonight at 8pm Eastern and 5pm Pacific, Rachel Amiri, Melinda Ribnek and I will be joined by political theorist Steven P. Millies, director of the Bernardin Center at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago....

Live Tonight! The politics we need with Steve Millies
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Bishops with musical talent

Dear readers, what follows is a one-time post from a brand-new Substack I started last week called Mike Lewis Extra. What’s Substack? It’s is an email newsletter platform designed for small publishers. I figured I wouldn’t let my Twitter threads...

Bishops with musical talent
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Get your May 2021 Printable Rosary Guides!

Once again, the Holy Father has requested that the faithful join him in praying a daily Rosary through the month of May—a “marathon” of prayer for an end to the Covid-19 pandemic. For your convenience, I have once again put...

Get your May 2021 Printable Rosary Guides!
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Good Shepherds: Always with the people of God

Today is “Good Shepherd Sunday,” and it is also the Church’s annual World Day of Prayer for Vocations. This morning, Pope Francis ordained nine men to the priesthood for the diocese of Rome, telling them in his homily, that they...

Good Shepherds: Always with the people of God
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Unraveling Pontifical Secrets

This week, our friends Colleen Dulle and Gerard O’Connell of America did a “deep dive” into the selection process for Catholic bishops in the latest episode of their always-informative “Inside the Vatican” podcast. During the podcast—which also featured interviews with...

Unraveling Pontifical Secrets
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Airing soon! WPI Livestream – 8pm EST, 5pm PST

In the aftermath of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict on charges of murder and manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd, Mike Lewis and Melinda Ribnek are joined by Sam Rocha and Thabo Hall to discuss racial...

Airing soon! WPI Livestream – 8pm EST, 5pm PST
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Dishonest Dissent on the Catholic Left

My recent piece about dissent on the so-called “Catholic right” has generated a bit of a buzz. In the piece, I argue that dissent from what is described colloquially as the Catholic “right” is uniquely dangerous because it presents itself...

Dishonest Dissent on the Catholic Left
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Catholic Media and Critical Thinking

Around a decade ago, after being deeply inspired by Pope Benedict XVI and his work—especially Jesus of Nazareth, his masterful three-volume exploration of the life and ministry of Our Lord—I craved to know more and learn more about the faith....

Catholic Media and Critical Thinking
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Is dissent on the Catholic right uniquely dangerous?

Frequently, readers of Where Peter Is accuse this website and its contributors of having a progressive or left-wing ideological bias. Often, they will point to examples where they believe our criticism or lack of commentary on situations where Catholics who...

Is dissent on the Catholic right uniquely dangerous?