"I don’t know if the EWTN communications shop tried to avoid a firestorm in how it worded its press release on the network's new lineup of programming. But either way, it didn’t work. People were smart enough to read between the lines."
Tesa

In The News: EWTN Drops Gloria Purvis’ Morning Glory Show

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Jungerheld
I am very familiar with the program in my area. I have learned from Gloria about the suffering of black people in the U.S. As a radio personality, she has insisted things be "her way", it has always been clear. In my opinion, if she could have just toned it down, I think she could have continued to be a good influence in the Catholic Church through this program. She obviously wanted to push …More
I am very familiar with the program in my area. I have learned from Gloria about the suffering of black people in the U.S. As a radio personality, she has insisted things be "her way", it has always been clear. In my opinion, if she could have just toned it down, I think she could have continued to be a good influence in the Catholic Church through this program. She obviously wanted to push until she pushed too far or she couldn't stop herself. It wasn't "a hill to die on" moment. EWTN made the right call. What is hurt most is legitimate "race relations" and EWTN marked by the (false) perception of not caring. I'm sorry Gloria would let it come to this. Maybe it was her aim from the beginning?
Cuthbert Mayne
She ain’t right missy. Ummmmhmmm
Hound of Heaven
I have listened carefully to what Gloria Purvis said, as well as what she did not say. The group she appeared to be allying herself with has no love for the Catholic faith and is far more about Marxist ideals and sexuality masquerading as addressing racial inequities. As such, her remarks were, ill-timed, tactless, and likely offensive to an audience which deplores any kind of bigotry as counter …More
I have listened carefully to what Gloria Purvis said, as well as what she did not say. The group she appeared to be allying herself with has no love for the Catholic faith and is far more about Marxist ideals and sexuality masquerading as addressing racial inequities. As such, her remarks were, ill-timed, tactless, and likely offensive to an audience which deplores any kind of bigotry as counter to the teachings of our Lord. Any attempt to make the cancellation appear "racist" is dishonest.
Hugh N. Cry
To put it bluntly: “Don’t let the door hit ya...” Good riddance blm.
Ultraviolet
Always nice to see Patheos is as left-wing as usual. :P