The Catholic NC TV Podcast

The Catholic NC TV Podcast

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Is the Pope perfect? Patrick answers that question and more in this new episode!

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July 24, 2019 1 min

Here is the audio version of the trailer we made in 2018. I hope you enjoy!

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In this second episode of Catholic NC TV News, we talk about several topics in which Catholics have been either fired or arrested. Also, we tell about Bishop Rubén Darío Jaramillo Montoya, who will be exorcising an entire city... from the air!


Topics talked about:

• Blessed Fulton Sheen's approval for sainthood and relocation to Illinois

• The Pope's approval for women on the Congregati... Read more

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 In this inaugural edition of Catholic NC TV News, Patrick tells about Catholic news from around the world that many people haven't heard. The topics we cover are:

•Vladimir Putin visits the Pope in the Vatican on July 4th.
•German Bishops and Synodality.
•President Trump mentions Nun in his Fourth of July speech.
•Nun who threw out first pitch is nominated for an ESPN ESPY.

This podcst is an ... Read more

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