Seth reached out to me on Facebook because he heard my call-in to the Atheist Experience. Seth is my first explicitly faithful Catholic guest. He’s only 23 years old and was home-schooled in an orthodox Catholic family in Ohio. I enjoyed our pleasant but brief chat.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-04-02 – Seth Coutinho”
Dr. Fleming is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Western Sydney University, Australia. He describes himself as “Catholic among the secular, and secular among Catholics”. I spent most of our time picking his brain about philosophy. Good times.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-02-28 – Chris Fleming”
Maggie has worked with fellow Sedevacantist Stephen Heiner, whom I interviewed recently. She is busy wife and mother, a published indie author, and she also moderates a group on FB called Catholics Against Modernism. I enjoyed our chat.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2017-11-26 – Maggie”
Pope Michael was elected by a small group of people who had come to believe that the Catholic Church has seceded from the Catholic faith with Vatican II, and that there have been no legitimate Novus Ordo Popes since the death of Pope Pius XII in 1958.
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Antonio is the third person I have interviewed as a result of my group-email to the websites listed on the Wiki page on Sedevacantism. He runs the sedevacantist.uk
website. We spoke about his winding journey into the Catholic Church, and, ultimately, into Sedevacantism.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2017-10-22 – Antonio”
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”
I met Jacques at the Catholic Monastery where I was receiving instruction on the Catholic Faith for the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA). He was on his way to becoming a religious, but things didn’t pan out. He is now questioning his Catholic faith.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2017-07-26 – Jacques”