What are your favorite Catholic podcasts?


#1

Recently I was introduced to Castbox and there are so many Catholic podcasts all in one place (there are podcasts of all interests)


#2

Among the lilies, pints with Aquinas, the catholic feminist (nothing heretical), fr mike schmitz’ homilies (can’t remember the name)…more others but i can’t remember them right now


#3

I second this very much!! It’s fantastic


#4

I regularly listen to Father Roderick’s show (https://www.trideo.com/our-shows/) I’ve been listening to him for over ten years now, back in the days of “Catholic Insider” and “The Daily Breakfast”


#5

Love Fr Mike Schmitz! I also listen to the Counsel of Trent and Catholic Stuff you should know.


#6

Some that come to mind…

Charles Coulombe Catholic History podcasts.
Clumsy Theosis
Fr. Longenecker History of the Catholic Church podcasts
Heart to Heart with Mother Miriam
Taylor Marshall’s podcast


#7

Three Dogs North.


#8
  1. Called to Communion with Dr. David Anders
  2. Scripture and Tradition with Fr/ Mitch Pacwa

#9

I really haven’t got into Fr, Mitch’s series on Scripture and Tradition. I’m put off because he uses the program to pitch his book of the same name or same subject.

I think EWTN should be the other way around. For their various series, there should be a PDF file on their website to use for taking notes or presenting material. There’s a financial motive behind a lot of EWTN content. I think there should be some giveaways, too. They know how to do that – there’s a document library.


#10

Oh, but the non-book content is superb. The man is a walking encyclopedia, and a polyglot besides.

But,think if this: if he was non-denom, he would be asking you to bequeath stocks, bonds and real estate to him for the Lord’s blessing and to pay for his new Lear Jet. Count your blessings - you don’t even have to buy the book!


#11

Liturgy Guys by the Liturgical Institute at University of St. Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, IL.


#12

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