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Saturday, July 11, 2009
Video Interview with Bishop Richard Williamson in London, June 2009, Part II
Find below Part II of the interview I did with Bishop Richard Williamson in London in June of this year. This interview is mostly about cultural matters. While these videos are not available for download, you may purchase them from True Restoration Press on DVD for $10. These discs will play either in your DVD player (if your player will play WMV files) or on your computer. You may do so either by remitting $10 ($15 for international orders) via Paypal to truerestoration at gmail.com or mail a check/money order to 9300 W 87th Terrace; Overland Park, KS 66212; USA. In either case you should specify your mailing address.
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Stephen is one of those people that loves music, art, politics, literature, his Catholic Faith, writing, reading, worthwhile discussions, traveling, staying in, going out, building fires, eating mangoes, making tea, cooking pasta, talking with those close to him, and living life to the fullest. You know, one of those people.
His points of view are often contrarian, but not for that sake alone, but because so much of society has decided to not critically think through its daily existence. What he writes here or anywhere is not dogma, but the opinion of one man, open to debate and needful of discussion and disagreement.
God gave Stephen two ears and one tongue and he labors to hear much before speaking (or writing) much, though his natural inclination is much otherwise.
Stephen spent 4 years in the US Marine Corps Reserve as a Nuclear Biological Chemical Defense Specialist. He holds a BA in English Literature with minors in Catholic Studies and Business from Rockhurst University. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration from St. Louis University.