Vatican II & Pope Francis: Fr. Clovis Interviewed by Michael Matt

Father Linus Clovis is the brother of Greg Clovis, father of one of the largest and best known Catholic families in southern England. Greg Clovis and his wonderful wife Aghi (an Iranian convert from Islam) have done so much to spread the Faith by their inspiring witness. They live in Chislehurst, Kent, and attend the lovely old church of St Mary there. I have been very blessed to have met Aghi and many members of her amazing family.

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RTV in LONDON: Michael Matt interviews Father Linus Clovis. The conversation covers the question of refusing Communion to pro-abort politicians, the necessity of the TLM, Pope Francis, and Amoris Laetitia, which Father calls a “Trojan Horse.”

Plus, is Pope Francis an anomaly, or did Vatican II make Francis inevitable?

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4 Responses to Vatican II & Pope Francis: Fr. Clovis Interviewed by Michael Matt

  1. JabbaPapa says:

    did Vatican II make Francis inevitable?

    What a silly question.

  2. johnhenrycn says:

    Silly is as silly does. Vatican II was an unneeded detour for Catholicism. Our Pope Francis is obviously committed to following that same pretentious, circumbendibus turnpike rather than sticking to the straight and narrow. God Bless The Pope, hoodwinked by his pals though he be.

  3. mmvc says:

    Thank you, dear Kathleen, for posting this interview with Father Linus Clovis. What an inspiring, courageous and saintly priest he is! I was particularly moved by his profound devotion and love for Our Lady.

  4. Mary Salmond says:

    Fr. Clovis is right on target in his thoughts – great interview. We need a couple thousand more like him to evangelize the Truth!

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