The Virtual World and the Meaning of Life

Cale discusses Lex Fridman’s interview with Mark Zuckerberg on the ideas of mortality and the meaning of life. He asks listeners if there was one question they could ask God, what would it be? Cale stresses the point that the virtual world has it’s limitations. He gives the example that while the Mass came to us virtually during the pandemic, there is no virtual reception of the Eucharist. What is the meaning of Life? Cale shares that becoming a saint and helping others to become saints is the answer. Mark Zuckerberg says part of the meaning of life is human connection. There is some truth to this and Cale shares what the saints have to say about this.

Cale Clarke is the host of both The Cale Clarke Show and The Faith Explained on Relevant Radio. On The Faith Explained, Cale dives deep into Scriptures, the Catechism and Sacred Tradition to bring an in-depth look at what the Catholic Church Believes. On the Cale Clarke Show, Cale unpacks how a Catholic perspective affects the nitty-gritty of everyday life. He also looks at what's happening in the culture through a Catholic Lens.