I reached out to Mr. Cutsinger because, as I discovered on YouTube, he boldly defends the soundness and validity of St. Anselm’s Ontological Argument. He was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer in July of 2017, and yet very kindly agreed to speak with me using his one functional vocal cord. I am touched by his patience and kindness.Continue reading “Catholic vs. Orthodox – 2019-01-18 – James Cutsinger”
I met Stan at the St. John’s Native Friendship Centre in Newfoundland in 2010. He is a traditional Inuit drum dancer, story-teller, artist, poet, and actor. Stan was raised with Moravian Pentecostalism and now practices the Baha’i faith while incorporating his Inuit spirituality.Continue reading “Catholic vs. Other – 2019-01-09 – Stan Nochasak”
This episode of Meta explains my Decalogue Rosary method, and gives a few brief examples of how to do an examination of conscience based on the Ten Commandments combined with the Twenty Mysteries of the Most Holy Rosary. There are 200 meditations in a full Rosary, but I limit my discussion to 10 meditations, for the sake of time.
Continue reading “CVS Meta – 2018-11-09 – The Decalogue and the Rosary”
Dominie commented on my YouTube channel saying that she doesn’t think Pope Francis is the Pope, however she does not consider herself to be a Sedevacantist. She’s confused about the current state of affairs in the Church. We had a pleasant chat about the Church and the ups and downs of her ongoing faith-journey.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-09-15 – Dominie Mary Stemp”
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, firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2018-08-12 – Avera Maria Santo”
Scott Smith is a Catholic author and speaker that helps faithful but overwhelmed Catholics understand the richness of the Faith, so they can light the world on fire, starting with their own friends and families.
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.
I met Mythica on Facebook. She describes herself as a Christian Witch, or a Pagan. She prefers to think of herself as having added to her Catholic upbringing, rather than having abandoned it. Mythica appeared on Season One of Skin Wars, which is now on Netflix.
I met Shane on YouTube. He identifies as a combination of Gnostic and Baptist. Among other things, Shane believes that Satan is not pure spirit, but has a human form with both male and female sexual organs. He was friendly, and we got along well in spite of our theological differences.
I met Jerry on Facebook, through my friend and recent guest, Thoth. Jerry lives in Taiwan with his wife and their 14-year-old twin boys. He describes himself as a non-Denominational Christian, but has some Calvinist leanings. I forgot to ask him about free will. Next time, perhaps.