Fr. Anthony Sciarappa co-hosts as the guys checkin on how Lent is going so far(uhhhh....whoops) and talk about the ups and downs of the last week. Beth Davis of Blessed Is She joins the show to talk about women’s ministry and the importance of community.
Our 2nd Annual “Limping Into Lent” where we go through audience suggestions of what Taylor should do for Lent and ultimately decide which one of the crazy suggestions to do. Allison Sullivan co-host and Canadian Patrick Sullivan is our guest to talk about Catholics watching what everyone else is watching on TV.
Jeremy McLellan, the comedian currently winning the internet, is our guest this week to make us laugh and so we can find out how he makes such controversial issues hilarious. Allison Sullivan co-hosts as we talk about how we often forget in moments of weakness that God’s love really is unconditional and she falls apart when we answer dumb listener questions.
Katie Prejean McGrady joins the show for a bonus episode on the recent Galentine’s Day minor controversy. Do single women want their married/dating friends there? Also, Katie shares insight on dating and marriage for everyone: male, female, single or married. This spur of the moment convo is silly, fun and our guest is insightful. If that’s not Forte Catholic, I don’t know what is!
Taylor is back from NCCYM with stories & insights. Fr. Jared returns to co-host. We have a friendly homily battle and discuss finding a home in a broken Church w/help from the lyrics of “Who You Say I Am.” Leila Miller is our guest this week as we discuss controversial topics like sex outside of marriage & modesty from her latest book "Made This Way: How To Prepare Kids To Face Today’s Tough Moral Issues."
Shaun McAfee co-hosts as we talk about Taylor’s recent trip to the National Youth Workers Convention, why Satan fell, experiencing beautiful Church’s….and we roast each other a lot too…so there’s that. We’re also joined by internationally acclaimed author and speaker CHRIS STEFANICK! We discuss his new book about letting God rewrite how we see ourselves.