Patrick takes us back to that fateful evening in the early 1990s and recounts the frustrating conversation that ensued. Unable to make any headway, Patrick cleverly used a simple napkin with six words to make an impactful point about interpretation. Tune in as Patrick explains the significance of those six words and how it led to a surprising turn of events for one of the Calvinist ex-Catholics involved. Plus, we address listener questions and engage in thought-provoking discussions on the military recruits’ decline and the changing perspectives on service in the armed forces.
- Marco – My kids moved out and they got tattoos. Now my son doesn’t let me talk with my grandkids about Christ. Can I get a tattoo on my arm so my grandkids would ask me about it? What can I get my co-worker, who is Pentecostal, to read to come into the Church?
- Anita – My daughter said that the Monks are the best at simplifying their life. Is there a book about Catholic monks and their life styles?
- Catalina – 1 Corinthians 6:19 is a good thing to think about regarding tattoos.
- Michael – What do you think about military tattoos? I am retired military and a lot of us have tattoos that are part of a brotherhood? (15:55)
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- Tony – Where did the order of The Litany of Saints at Mass come from?
- Andrew – I made a donation last week and didn’t check the anonymous button cause I like hearing the names of people donating. But I felt bad afterwards. Was I being prideful by not checking the anonymous button?
- Prince – When you say ‘I never said you stole Money’ in your story, what do you mean by that? (37:37)
- Jenny – I think that the military has changed so much that people don’t want to be part of those changes.