Fr. Rob is joined by Dr. Mike Scherschligt, President and Founder of Holy Family School of Faith who lead people to a relationship with Christ and the Holy Family through the Rosary.
The podcast formerly known as Catholic Bytes. A podcast for busy Catholics. A mix of short, informative episodes, long form interviews, and interesting historical episodes. Wherever you are in your faith, we have content for you!
Gregory XIV: Another short papacy from another friend of St. Philip Neri.
Sister Alicia Torres of the Franciscans of the Eucharist of Chicago. She is on the executive board for the National Eucharistic Revival answers all this and more.
Urban VII: The Shortest Papacy in History.
In this episode of the Catholic Link podcast, Fr. Rob discusses the little known Church council, the Second Council of Nicaea, which is the seventh ecumenical council in the Church’s history. Fr. Rob discusses what this council says about icons of God the Father.
Sixtus V: A poor friar from a tenant farming family becomes the friends of saints and then a reforming Pope.
How to prepare your kids for first communion and first reconciliation!?! In a way that actually helps keep them Catholic.
The Pope fixes the calendar, which we still use today.
In this Catholic Link podcast, Fr. Rob shares his thoughts about adding something new to his podcast and where he found inspiration for his show.
Our first Canonized Saint in over 60 episodes! The implementation of the Council of Trent, the Battle of Lepanto and the Triumph of the Rosary.
Dr. Marie Meaney discusses her latest book, When Expecting Doesn’t Happen: Turning Infertility into a Journey of Hope.
another reforming Pope who happened to have a saintly Cardinal Nephew.
Fr. Rob shares his thoughts on life after a post COVID Church and how the Church adapted to COVID-19.
A very strict inquisitorial reforming Pope, who doesn’t make a lot of friends.
Utilizing digital media to draw people into relationships while prayerfully protecting yourself against social media addiction and comparison.
A short papacy but a beautiful Mass that came from it.
Fr. Joe Rampino discusses the priesthood in the context of rural chapels.
A bit of a dissapointmnt for reformers, but some bright spots as the Council of Trent continues.
Lisa Cotter explains the Catholic teaching on women, utilizing the wisdom of JPII feminine genius teaching and Catholic feminity.
Reform, from another scandalous Renaissance Pope: A tentative start of the 19th Eccumenical Council, the Council of Trent.
In this Catholic-Link podcast, Fr. Rob interviews J. Stephen and Austin Kelly, the creators of Knights of the Cross, a television series about the Crusades.
“The most unfortunate of the popes”, the Sack of Rome, the Split with England, and a waffling indecisive Pope.
Check out this interview with Samantha Kelley, founder of FIERCE Athlete, where she talks to Drew and Katie Taylor from Catholic-Link about women’s sports, femininity, theology of the body, identity as a daughter of God, body image issues, and so much more!
The last non-Italian Pope until St John Paul II and the only Dutch Pope, a strict and pious reformer.
Fr. Joe Rampino joins Fr. Rob again and discuss the priesthood from the patristic age and the discernment process for these early priests.