From the Archives: Fr Donald Sanborn Q&A, Episode 4: The Immaculate Conception and Annulments

In this episode of From the Archives: Fr Donald Sanborn Q&A, the then Fr. Sanborn discusses the Immaculate Conception and Our Lady in the early Church. The conversation then shifts to annulments within the Catholic Church prior to the Second Vatican Council, and the radical change and explosion in numbers we've seen since Vatican II.

Father Donald Sanborn

Father Donald Sanborn

We are pleased to present a new ongoing project here at True Restoration - From the Archives: Fr Donald Sanborn Q&A! This content will draw from an old television series that ran in the late 1980's to the early 1990's and featured various Traditional Catholic Clergy expounding on the teachings of Holy Mother Church along with current events; similar to our Behind the Headlines project which featured Bp. Dolan and Fr. McKenna.

All these episodes live freely on the internet, but for our annual membership we've taken up the task of producing a more polished version of the content in podcast format and focusing on the valuable insights and knowledge of the then Fr. Donald Sanborn. We offer these episodes as a special bonus which will be released throughout the year exclusively to our annual members at the $150 Tier. Please enjoy these episodes of vintage Bp. Donald Sanborn!

The music used in this show was composed by Nicholas Wilton. To enjoy more of his work go to: https://www.fourmarksmusic.com/nicholas-wilton


Original Air Date: May 30, 2022
Show Run Time: 14 minutes
Show Guest: Bp. Donald Sanborn

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