The Good Catholic Life is taking a short Spring hiatus from live shows until early June. In the meantime, we’re bringing you some of our favorite shows from the past two years. Look for all-new shows to return after June 7.
Today we bring you an encore presentation of our discussion with Matt Weber, author of the book “Fearing the Stigmata”. As a young Catholic emerging from his 20-years-of-Catholic-school bubble for the first time, Matt realized at Harvard that he wanted to wear his faith on his sleeve with authenticity, rather than hiding it because it’s not cool. The Church has been through a rough period and Matt believes it’s time to bring humor and levity back into how we live and share our faith, which is just what he does in his new book, “Fearing the Stigmata”. Scot Landry and Fr. Mark O’Connell talk with Matt about his journey to becoming comfortable with being a Catholic in public.
Complete shownotes may be found on the original airdate’s show page.