In this interview on The Paul Leslie Hour, Summer Lane, who was student of history, and is now a best-selling author and journalist, tells how she got involved in politics. She recalls what happened in 2020, when the churches were afraid of opening their doors and practice their constitutional right to perform public services. Lane is the Associate Editor at Right Side Broadcasting Network, a conservative media company headquartered in Auburn, Alabama, founded in 2015.
The parish I serve, St. Gertrude the Great Roman Catholic Church, in West Chester, Ohio, kept her doors open throughout Covid-19 crisis. It was all thanks to the uncompromising Catholic zeal of our late pastor, Bishop Daniel Dolan.
Summer Lane’s interview is embedded below. You can also listen it on YouTube.