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Now displaying: November, 2018
Nov 19, 2018

Ryan DellaCrosse is a really cool dude. He is a great example to us all about how to push through, work hard, and keep the faith. He has six children, is the CEO of his own business (a Catholic-focused marketing company), and has teamed up with an awesome group to launch a brand new podcast. You're going to love him!

In this episode I get Ryan for 30 minutes and we explore what he's done, while also trying to extract some practical advice along the way. Ryan, like all of us, has had some hard moments - and he's willing to share. Furthermore, you'll learn about some really neat new happenings in the Catholic world.

Ryan is part of the team that has launched the podcast The Catholic Talk Show. You can check it out here or in your podcast player of choice!

Ryan's Company is Fuzati. You can read about it on their webpage.

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Nov 6, 2018

I'm excited. This is probably one of the interviews I've been looking forward to the most for a long time. In fact, my first thought after hearing that Mac had written a new book was "I hope I get to interview him!" You all are in for a treat!

Mac Barron has written a book that takes quite a novel look at the Gospels. Rather than focusing on the deep theology they contain, Mac really tries to highlight the humanity of the players. Let's face it, the Apostles do some bone-headed things that are actually pretty funny. Mac does a superb job of gently poking fun at just how silly the situations are while still maintaining a proper reverence for the Gospels.

If you'd like to check it out, you can find his book in paperback and kindle format over at Amazon. It's worth the read - even if you read it while on the can.

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