International Catholic TV-News Show Calls Attention to Artsakh Armenians

By Lucine Kasbarian, USA, 3 February 2021

Nearly from the start of Azerbaijan & Turkey’s Sept 27 genocidal attacks on Artsakh, Church Militant (CM) was reporting about the plight of the indigenous Armenians, their imperiled civilization and Christian monuments.

This Michigan-based Catholic news outlet did not turn away from the persecution of fellow Christians, but informed its adherents about the historic injustices foisted upon the first Christian nation and that continue to remain ignored and unpunished by the world. CM journalists Trey Blanton, Michael Voris and CM’s editorial team have produced 10 segments to date dealing with Armenia and Artsakh, the most recent being a 16-minute, English-language interview with Artsakh Foreign Minister Davit Babayan, conducted by CM reporter Christine Niles.  In this segment, FM Babayan provides context for the 2020 Artsakh War and what people of good conscience should expect in its aftermath.

That interview is viewable here.

Church Militant’s TV program reaches 100,000 global viewers daily.  CM’s commitment to truth and justice earned them a place among the Heroes in’s annual HEROES and VILLAINS editorial of 2020.

Church Militant is a lay apostolate and news website whose mission is to address the serious erosion of the Catholic faith in the last 50 years.  CM is led by President and Lead News Anchor Michael Voris, who has degrees in Communications and Theology.  The site is named after the Catholic doctrinal distinctions in the universal Church among the Church Militant, Church Penitent, and Church Triumphant.

Church Militant is deserving of our support. In addition to their free, daily CM e-newsletters, CM offers premium subscriptions and membership, and its sister advocacy organization, CM Resistance, has its own website.

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