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  • Habemus Papam: Episode 123 – Leo VI
    A placeholder pope chosen by Marozia.
  • The True Meaning of Social Justice
    The term “social justice” is often thrown around, and sometimes with a political connotation. But what is the real meaning of “social justice”? Tune into this episode to find out! Interested in the extended trail of Hallow? Follow this (affiliate) link that also helps Catholic Bytes financially. Interested in winning two, year-long subscriptions to Hallow? […]
  • Male Priesthood
    Let’s be honest, if you are Catholic…or even if you aren’t, you have probably wondered why only men can be priests. Well, we tackle that question, and the bigger picture in this episode.
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 122 – John X
    The Battle of Garigliano and the defeat of the Saracens.
  • Celibacy as a Witness to the Gospel
    Join Fr. Conrad and Fr. Jordan Dosch as they talk some smack and the beauty of celibacy within the priesthood. What a combination that is.
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 121 – Lando
    The last new pope name until John Paul I.
  • The Altar and the Liturgy
    The altar if front and center in churches, and that is for a reason. Tune in to find out why the altar is such a big deal!
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 120 – Anastasius III
    A brief nondescript pontificate.
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 119 – Sergius III
    One bad dude, and it gets worse from here.
  • Catholic Meditation
    How is Catholic meditation different than the secular concept of mindfulness? The co-founder of Hallow, a Catholic meditation app, helps explain the difference between the two and the richness of the Fatih in the area of meditation. Would you like to try a month of Hallow Plus for free? Follow this (affiliate) link! Every CB […]

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“To evangelize means: to show the path [to Christ], to teach the art of living.”

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