We back! Season 3 kicks off with Matt & Marina chatting about whether time is really the best measure of readiness for marriage. Clarke returns next week… (dang parent-teacher conferences) We mentioned the new podcast “The Priest and the Pragmatist.” Here’s a link to it: http://apple.co/2yMF753 Twitter: @MtnCatholic; @MatthewJSewell; @wherevershegoes Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Anthony Esolen joined the podcast this week to discuss his great new book, Out of the Ashes: Rebuilding American Culture. Also, Dr. Esolen may or may not have gotten Clarke a date. Buy this book! https://www.amazon.com/Out-Ashes-Rebuilding-American-Culture/dp/1621575144 Support the Podcast: patreon.com/mtncatholic Find us on Twitter: @wherevershegoes @MatthewJSewell @MtnCatholic
Good, good, good, good vibrations. Support the Podcast! patreon.com/mtncatholic Follow us on Facebook, the Twits, and Instagram – @mtncatholic Matt – @MatthewJSewell Marina – @wherevershegoes
Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney (Australia) Bishop Richard Umbers joins Matt and Marina on the podcast this week, covering everything from making the mistake of asking the Lord what He wants of us and the works of St. Josemaria Escriva, to Harambe inspiring the conversions of untold thousands by inspiring Bishop Umbers’ evangelizing via “pastoral memes.” It’s a good […]
Creating good habits for saving money, eating right, and exercising are important when you’re young. Why are prayer and the spiritual life any different? Listen on iTunes *** LINKS The Way – St. Josemaria Escriva Furrow – St. Josemaria Escriva The Forge – St. Josemaria Escriva Laudate App (readings, prayers, examination of conscience) iPieta App (TONS of great books, […]
Because authentic masculinity and femininity is infinitely better, are they not? LINKS Into the Breach (letter to men; Bishop Thomas Olmsted): intothebreach.org Mulieris Dignitatem (John Paul II): http://bit.ly/2jVrsxH Theology of the Body: theologyofthebody.net
Why everyone should watch the dopest, most religious show on TV right now: History Channel’s Vikings. Remarkably few spoilers. http://www.history.com/shows/vikings
Sometimes we talk about serious stuff. Featuring special guest Marina Olson of the Eating Peaches blog over at Patheos. Here’s the link to the blog post referenced in the podcast.