This is my sister, Linda, whom I love very much. She was adopted into our family when my parents lost my sister Faith at birth due to Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. It was fun getting to know Linda a little better because we have never talked about religion before.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Atheist — 2017-11-04 — Linda Ross”
Dr. Weizfeld identifies as an “Orthodox Jewish Agnostic”. I met him about 20 years ago. Part of the year he chooses to live in the West Bank in a city called Nablus, which is the location of the very important Old Testament city of Shechem. He has a PhD in Political Science.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Jew — 2017-10-21 — Dr. Abraham Weizfeld”
The woman who wants to be known simply as “Their Child” emailed me asking to read aloud her email text. I don’t have time, so I used text to speech instead. As always, I am putting this out there as “Catholic vs. Other” without rebuttal. God help us all.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Other — 2017-10-28 — “Their Child” Part 3″
Stephen is a Sedevacantist. He lives in Paris, where he writes and manages small businesses. He writes on culture, the permanent things, and all things French. He also served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve as a Nuclear Biological and Chemical Defense Specialist.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic — 2017-09-30 — Stephen Heiner”
I met Tino more than a decade ago, through mutual friends He lives in Belgium. Tino describes his religion as “tribal gatherings and psychedelic medicines.” He believes that we can access ultimate reality through altered states of consciousness.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Other — 2017-09-21 — Tino”
This interview was vetoed by my guest, a Muslim man who shall remain unnamed to protect his identity. In this, my first ever post-mortem episode, I dissect the interview in an attempt to understand why it was killed.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Muslim — 2017-10-06 — Post-Mortem”
Thomas replied to a spam I sent to all the websites listed on the Wiki page on Sedevacantism. Strictly speaking, he does not consider himself a true Sedevacantist. Rather he believes that the Church has been taken over by impostors since 1958. We had a pleasant chat.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic — 2017-09-13 — Thomas”
William is a very gifted visual artist whom I met at the University of Waterloo. We were in different programs, but we were neighbours. His depth and sensitivity made a deep impression on me even then. I’m glad to have reconnected.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Other — 2017-09-02 — William”
I met Judah through friends at a BBQ in the park this summer. He was raised Jewish, but never believed in God. He studied philosophy and creative writing and is a devoted father of twins. I enjoyed getting to know him a little better.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Other — 2017-09-10 — Judah”
Dan is very close with a good friend of mine. He has suffered from a lot of health issues, but recently underwent a health and wellness ordeal that positively impacted his faith life. I love the enthusiasm and energy of this kind and generous man.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Protestant — 2017-08-25 — Dan”