Sunday, June 25, 2023
A Catholic Life Podcast: Episode 19

In today’s episode, on the 4th Sunday after Pentecost, I address the following: 

  1. The Bula de Cruzada (the Crusade Bulls on Fasting in the Spanish World)
  2. The Fast of the Vigil of Ss. Peter and Paul on June 28th
  3. The Forgotten History of How Ss. Peter and Paul, on June 29th, Ceased Being an American Holy Day of Obligation.

This episode is sponsored by Ordinary Dad Life.  Ordinary Dad Life seeks to inspire courage in men to pray and live the virtues of authentic masculinity through the Rosary.  Our Lady was clear when she said to “pray the Rosary everyday” at Fatima.  Their shop on Etsy has a variety of styles for men from traditional chain rosaries to durable paracord rosaries with heavy medal beads, large crucifixes (up to 3”) and large medals such as the miraculous medal, St Michael or St Joseph medals.  Ordinary Dad Life is running a special promotion from NOW until the end of 2023.  Use the code ACATHOLICLIFE20 for 20% off and Free Shipping when you spend $50 or more at the shop. Proceeds go back into the Catholic community and those striving to live the authentic Catholic faith. 

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