The Problem of Hypocrisy

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“Preach the Gospel always, and if necessary, use words…” Since scholarship shows that our beloved Saint Francis of Assisi did not likely utter these words, the origin of this quotation will probably forever remain unknown. The authenticity and impact of a quotation depends heavily upon who spoke the words, yet even without a known speaker, these … Read more

The Catholic Man Show!

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Chances are that you’re like many men who struggle to find time to add spiritual content to their lives outside of Sunday Mass. We know we should make the time, but we don’t or can’t. Worry not, for all’s not lost. One of the most convenient ways  to nourish our spiritual lives out on the road … Read more

Top 5 Catholic Man Blogs

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It seems like my wife is always finding some new blog or podcast geared towards Catholic women and Catholic moms, to the point that I probably can no longer count them all on my own ten fingers. Now this is all great, because women can find a lot of affirmation and encouragement to carry out … Read more

Apologetics In The Home: An Interview

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This is a re-published interview by Canadian Catholic apologist, Matt Nelson from ReasonableCatholic.com. This interview poses a few questions on my own upbringing and Catholic formation, as well as my perspective on apologetics within the home. ReasonableCatholic.com is a highly recommended resource for your personal formation in apologetics. I’ve been looking forward to doing this interview for a … Read more

A Man’s Intellectual Journey to Catholicism

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A man’s intellectual journey to Catholicism can be made in three fairly straightforward steps. Accompanied with the clarity of honest reason and the enlightenment of humble faith, the journey to Catholicism not only offers an intellectually satisfying destination, but it offers temporal and eternal contentment without doubt and (at the very least) a sound worldview that is … Read more