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#25: El Camino

Fr. Chris Dorsey returns for an encore visit and walks Fr. Martin and Steve vicariously along the Way of St. James, and the ups and downs that accompany it.

#24: The Largest Diocese in the World

Fr. Martin and Steve are joined by special guest Fr. Chris Dorsey to discuss the history of the world’s largest diocese—Archdiocese for the Military Services—and what goes into ministering to it.

#23: Very Ordinary, Ordinary Time

Fr. Martin and Steve talk about the Liturgical Season of Ordinary Time, finding things that make it not so ordinary after all.

#22: How to be a Level 1 Catholic

Fr. Martin and Steve examine the Five Precepts of the Catholic Church which lists the minimum requirements that all Catholics are expected to fulfill. Also explained is the impact of the removal of the sixth precept.

#21: God’s Love Letter to His People

Fr. Martin and Steve open up the Bible to look at its long history and also discuss the ubiquitous application of the messages inside.

#20: Guess whose bone I have at my house

Fr. Martin and Steve dig into the world of relics, unearthing facts and dispelling myths associated with their veneration. They also offer some timely travel tips in case you still haven’t locked in your summer vacation plans!

#19: Emmaus

Fr. Martin and Steve preview the Gospel reading for this coming weekend by examining the meaning of the two apostles encountering Jesus on the road to Emmaus.

#18: The Holiest of Weeks

Father Martin and Steve provide an overview of Holy Week discussing the Chrism Mass, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and finally the Easter Vigil.

#17: Ex-Communicated from the Church

Excommunication…it’s not another super hero team! In this week’s episode Fr. Martin and Steve break open the process of excommunication from the Church, and the purpose it serves. By the way, the answer may surprise you. It surprised us!

#16: Perdonare

Fr. Martin and Steve discuss the internal and external impacts of forgiving others, as well as some of the consequences of withholding forgiveness.