I met Ken Hensley on the Coming Home Network online community. Ken does pastoral care, manages online communities, writes apologetics articles, leads retreats and pilgrimages and much more for the CHNetwork. It was a real pleasure meeting him.Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2019-01-03 – Ken Hensley”
This is part 2 because it’s the second episode featuring Chris on my podcast, but in reality this is an interview that Chris did of me for his awesome Catholic podcast: Catholic Real. Check it out.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-08-25 – Christopher Agron Part 2”
David Niles is a family man and co-founder of The Catholic Man Show, along with Adam Minihan. I discovered them through a recent Catholic guest, Steve Pokorny. David and I discuss his faith journey and his Catholic Media projects. I enjoyed our chat.
. Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-08-15 – David Niles”
Adam Minihan is a family man and co-founder of The Catholic Man Show, along with David Niles. I discovered them through a recent Catholic guest, Steve Pokorny. Adam and I discuss his faith journey and his Catholic Media projects. I enjoyed our chat.
. Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-08-14 – Adam Minihan”
Avera suffers from Same Sex Attraction but she is striving to embrace her cross. She has a blog called “Inside my Holy of Holies” and speaks at parishes and schools and events. To book Avera contact her agent Nic Scott at 541-212-8616, email@example.com. Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-08-12 – Avera Maria Santo”
Eli Danze is a cradle Catholic who was born and raised in Texas where he currently lives with his wife and six children. He is the creator and host of the Boni + Bella podcast in which Eli encourages us all to “Be Kind! Do Good! You are Beautiful!”
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.
This is my first CVS Meta episode, in which I talk about the podcast on an administrative or observational level. In this episode I wanted to read my disclaimer and a small blurb about the Church. I also share my recent decision to allow non-dissident Catholics onto my Catholic vs. Catholic segment. There is also a brief discussion of the Perpetual Masses that I buy for all my guests, and about which I am very excited.