Catholic Husband

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Episode 4 - Fr. Gus


We moved to a new town last summer, and have settled into our new parish. My kids are really taken with our pastor. I talk about why.Read Full Article


Mountain river on a foggy morning

As a parent, I have a ton of things that I want to teach my children. I want to give them the skills and values that I believe will help them grow into healthy, well-adjusted members of society. Resilience is one of those skills.Read Full Article

Episode 3 - The Day After Perfect

Surfer falls into massive wave

It’s the day after Ash Wednesday, and the reality of Lent is starting to sink in. If you enjoyed some delicious bacon yesterday, you’re not alone. I talk about the best way to handle failures on your Lenten journey.Read Full Article

I Choose Superhero

Man on roof at sunrise

Our cities and neighborhoods produce the finest political thinkers, artists, innovators, and pioneers on the planet. Our forefathers pulled themselves up by their bootstraps and overcame every obstacle. We have fought for freedom, moved beyond adversity, and created the greatest geopolitical force for good in the history of the world. Read Full Article

Episode 2 - Oh My Lent

Arid desert at high noon

Up until about 4 years ago, I hated Lent. Now, I see it for what it really is. Make this Lent special by using focus and the community around you to overcome your biggest hurdle. Read Full Article

August Ames

Boquet of flowers in darkness

Until late last year, I didn’t know August Ames. One day in early December, I was checking in on the trending topics, and clicked her name. She was a porn star who met her untimely demise at the age of 23.Read Full Article

Episode 1 - Hello Again

Hello sticker with smiley face

After four years, the podcast is back! Now with a new, shorter format, I lay out my plans for the podcast and share thoughts on my hiatus last year.Read Full Article

Living in A Fantasy

Rain on a tenament

I love reading the paper. I’ve written about that fact several times on this blog. Perhaps my favorite part of reading the paper is reading the in-depth reporting. Each day there are long-form articles that have been worked on extensively over a prolonged period of time. These exposes are journalism at its finest. Since October, we’ve collectively been discussing sexual harassment and assault due to this type of reporting.Read Full Article

In Memoriam

A single red rose

My niece, Maddux Rose, passed away yesterday. She was born in December with a genetic disorder. Read Full Article

Integrating the Bible into Your Life

Bible with coffee and Christmas lights in background

I want to share something with you that made an outsized impact on my life last year. For me, 2017 was full of change and new circumstances. In the midst of all of that instability, I noticed that I placing my hope for happiness in the wrong places.Read Full Article