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In this episode Jason sits down with "The Armed Catholic" Rick Barrett to discuss his apostolate for firearm safety, awareness and duties of men to defend their families. Rick is also the host of "The Rick Barrett Brief" on the Crusade Network and "News from the Pew" on YouTube. Jason and Rick also speak on his reversion story back to Faith which ultimately led him to the Traditional Latin Mass and duties of Catholic's to adhere to the Sunday Obligation of Mass attendance. Other topics include the Church's teaching on self-defense, current news stories, and much more!
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In this latest episode Jason sits down with his good friend Tico Vilorio also known as "The Cuban American Catholic" on Instagram. Tico and Jason discuss the roles of fathers and husbands, the attack on the Church, and disintegrating moral fabric of the world and politics. They also discuss Tico's reversion back to the Catholic Church which eventually led him to the Traditional Latin Mass and further growth and practice of the Faith. Other topics include earie similarities and methods of restrictions and divisions between conservatives and liberals in both politics and the Church, benefits and dangers of social media, Catholic brotherhood and much more! Don't miss this one!
7 Views · 15 days ago
In this episode, Jason sits down with Alex Greco as a part of "The Obligation's" Instagram Interview Series that highlights conversion and reversion stories of people back to the Catholic Church. Alex comes to us from New Jersey as a young Catholic fighting the good fight while working, attending college, and a little bit of beekeeping on the side. He is a member of the 'Knights of St. Lawrence' IG chat group composed of numerous other Catholics, young and old, supporting each other in Fatih, fellowship, and humor as they help to inspire and educate each other and social media in the ways of the Church. Alex shares his story as young man who battled through secularism and agnosticism to find the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Fatih. You won't want to miss the story of this inspiring and faithful young man!
13 Views · 24 days ago
In this episode Jason sits down with Instagram memer Jason Keith aka Shammy's Crusade. Jason is a recent convert to the Catholic Faith and a military veteran. Jason discusses his childhood and conversion story including a horrific car accident, signs in the rosary and scapular which helped guide him on his eventual path to Catholicism. His memes help him to bring the Catholic message to his followers through pointed, hilarious, and sometimes controversial content. Jason and Jason discuss Catholicizing social media, setting a good example, Shia Lebeouf's conversion, Ultra Maga's, and much more!
38 Views · 1 month ago
For this special episode we reached out to our followers on Instagram and solicited volunteers to come on and discuss their Fatih walk, the Church, life, family or whatever they wanted to chat about. This week we feature the "Tattooed Trad Catholic" out of New Jersey and discuss family life, the Traditional Latin Mass, liturgical abuse, suffering & conversion, the attack on the Church through the attack on the family and much more. You don't want to miss this surprise episode!
19 Views · 1 month ago
In this episode Jason reflects on the distractions in life and how to incorporate Faith into our daily activities and duties amidst the noise and problems of this world. We hear about the story of 'The Stone in the Road' which talks about the hidden treasures which often lie underneath those things which appear to be obstacles. We reflect on the difference between problems and mysteries in regards to the Second Coming and End Times. Problems have solutions but mysteries are only solved through Faith. We must conform our lives to these mysteries in order to understand them through grace and putting our faith into action by entering into those mysteries.
In this episode Jason sits down with Fr. Colin Blatchford of Courage International and renown child Psychologist, author, speaker and EWTN regular Dr. Ray Guarendi during the Carolina Catholic Media Sacred Heart Share-A-Thon Pledge Drive. Fr. Blatchford is associate director for Courage which is a ministry for Catholic's with same attractions and are committed to following the Church's teaching on chastity. Father and Jason discuss a Catholic perspective of "Pride Month" and the mission of Courage and EnCourage International. Dr. Ray Guarendi and Jason discuss the recent overturn of Roe vs Wade, fatherhood, the secular attack on the family and much more!
In this solo episode Jason discusses the story of Nathan and David based upon the sermon given by Christian preacher Chuck Swindoll and how it relates to Pope Francis and the restrictions on the traditional Latin Mass and Traditional Catholics. Also discussed is the parallel of the attacks on the domestic church and church institution as a whole all in the light of the famous 1960s song "Something Happening Here". Men are called to lead their families and the call for duty is now. Don't miss out on this insightful episode and find out how it all ties together!
In this episode Jason discusses the current crisis in the Church including recent liturgical abuses including a Mass offered in the ocean on an inflatable raft by a priest in Milan. Topics include how to address false accusations, carrying our crosses with Christ, the Traditional Latin Mass movement, and the end times.
5 Views · 1 month ago
In this episode Jason states his poisition for defending the Traditional Latin Mass and makes a connection between Vatican II and the welfare system & "War on Poverty" created by the US government in the 1960's based on the documentary by Black Conservatives named "Uncle Tom." One agenda attacked the black community for political gain and the other attacked the Catholic Church. However, the attacks were both brought on by Satan's attack on the family, the church, and the world by removing incentives and motivations for striving for more both culturally and spiritually. Black Conservatives and The Traditional Latin Mass Community have more in common than you might think....hang on for this one!
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In this episode Jason once again sits down with Fr. Colin Blatchford from Courage International. Courage and Encourage are a Roman Catholic apostolate for men and women who experience same-sex attractions and those who love them. Fr. Blatchford and Jason discuss the recent annual Courage Conference and ministry outreach to those Catholics with same sex attractions and their journey to live lives in accordance with the Gospel messages or chastity and purity. Other topics include the secular attack on the family, the role of parents in proper formation and guidance of their children, and some tough Q & A questions that relate to many of the identity struggles of individuals in today's world.
In this episode Frank and Jason sit down once again and discuss Catholicizing media and using modern resources to engage in dialogue and study regarding pertinent world and church news and perspective. They discuss the importance of humor within social media, interpersonal relationships, life, and stressful situations to ease the pressure and allow for recreation and a reprieve for the oftentimes burdensome responsibilities, duties, and obligations of life. Archbishop Fulton J Sheen said it best, “A divine sense of humor belongs to poets and saints because they have been richly endowed with a sense of the invisible and can look out upon the same phenomena that other mortals take seriously and see in them something of the divine.” Topics also include the daily crosses, faith, the Traditional Latin Mass, and much more!
In this heated episode Jason takes on so called "Catholic" political and church leaders by calling out the wolves in sheep's clothing. The conversation applauds Archbishop Cardileone's recent stance against Nancy Peloci's reception of Holy Communion and supportive bishops who support this action. We also break down Paul Harvey's famous "If I were the Devil" broadcast and how we are now living in the world in which he spoke about 60 years ago. It is time for the faithful to rise up and be heroic in the face of adversity and condemnation of society and defend the truths and principals of our Holy Catholic Faith.
In this episode Jason sits down with Jim De Piante and discuss the continued pro-abortion protests and threats against the potential reversal of Roe vs. Wade, cancel culture and how it not only affects those opposed to modern, secular beliefs, but how there also seems to be a growing sense of cancellation against those attached to the traditional Latin Mass and church tradition from those within the hierarchy and leadership within the Church. Other topics include the persecution of China's Cardinal Zen, the Pope "doubles down" on his condemnation against tradition, the spike of canonizations in recent history, and a growing resistance against the modernist ideology in both society and the Church.
In this episode Jason sits down with Jim De Piante to discuss a mixed bag of hot topics revolving around men's obligations towards God, family and self. These topics include recent Roe vs. Wade potential reversal and the threats and actions taken against the catholic Church and the Holy Eucharist and our responsibilities to be vigilant and protect Holy Mother Church. We also compare the recent "Father Stu" movie against the story of priest and victim Fr. LaPraz of whom the book "Toda Nada" was written and published by the Priesty Society of Saint Pius X. We address the cause for caution and concern of many Catholics regarding the language used in the 'Father Stu" movie and the need for good Catholic oversight and production of films. Abby Johnson's conversion story, good versus great, and ordinary vs. extraordinary and heroic men.
14 Views · 1 month ago
In this episode Jim De Piante once again joins Jason to discuss the Traditional Latin Mass movement and its founding by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in the 1970's. They discuss the establishment of the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X and more of the differences between the Traditional Mass and the New Rite (Novus Ordo) including the changes to the consecration prayer, removal and changing of Feast and Holy Days, Mass readings and communion in the hand. Communion in the hand was even condemned as far back as 1969 by Pope Paul VI in his document "Memoriale Domini" which sited the numerous abuses and problems with the change in the reception of communion which is not the norm as directed by Rome. Most of the bishops who voted during Vatican II were against this abuse as well yet it has remained an acceptable norm within the Novus Ordo Church to this very day.
13 Views · 1 month ago
In this episode Jason sits down again with Jim De Piante who is the co-host of "Welcome to Tradition" podcast and follower of the Traditional Latin Mass and attends the Society of St. Pius the X Chapel of St. Anthony's in Mt. Holly, NC. Jim is a lifelong Catholic, husband, father of five children, and Latin Mass follower for over 40 years. Jason and Jim discuss the "New Coke" failed advertising and implementation attempts in 1985 and how quickly Coke learned from their failure to convince the public that the new formula was better than the original. They discuss proper prudence and authority, obedience and disobedience, false canonical accusations against SSPX and why it is permissible to promote and attend the Traditional Latin Mass, Sacraments, and liturgies.
This week we sit down with Jim DePiante. Jim has been involved in the Traditional Latin Mass movement for over 30 years and his family was instrumental in the foundation of St. Anthony's Chapel in Charlotte in 1981. Jim and Jason discuss the differences between the Novis Ordo (New Rite) and Traditional Latin Mass along with the Priestly Society of Saint Pius the X.