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A consistently great podcast

By Mark Szewczak - Nov 16 2009
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Excellent topics, well produced, a joy to listen to and savor

Great Podcast . . Very relaxing

By JimGT - Oct 20 2009
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It's great to hear a podcast that's relaxing and low-key. Love the soft jazz music you use.

iTunes Ratings

37 Ratings
Average Ratings
34
2
1
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A consistently great podcast

By Mark Szewczak - Nov 16 2009
Read more
Excellent topics, well produced, a joy to listen to and savor

Great Podcast . . Very relaxing

By JimGT - Oct 20 2009
Read more
It's great to hear a podcast that's relaxing and low-key. Love the soft jazz music you use.
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The Catholic Foodie

Latest release on Oct 31, 2016

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The Catholic Foodie... Where food meets faith!

Rank #1: CF73 - The Divine Office

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This episode runs a little long, but it's well worth it! I feature a great interview with the crew behind the production of the Divine Office (online, podcast, & iPhone app). You're gonna love it! We also have Sarah Reinhard, & I spatchcock chicken.

May 25 2010

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Rank #2: The Answer to Anxiety with Gary Zimak | The Catholic Foodie Show

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Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak joins me on The Catholic Foodie Show to talk about the answer to anxiety. Does anxiety have you by the throat? Are you worried or fearful about global crises... or even about "normal" things like paying the bills and putting food on the table? If so, listen in to The Catholic Foodie Show today as Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak joins me to discuss the answer to anxiety. Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Sep 11 2015

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Rank #3: Chef Frank Brigtsen & Chef Paul Prudhomme | The Catholic Foodie Show

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Chef Frank Brigtsen joins me on The Catholic Foodie Show today to talk about his New Orleans restaurant, Brigtsen's, which is celebrating 29 years in business this year, and the instrumental influence of his friend and mentor Chef Paul Prudhomme. Listen as Chef Frank shares some of his personal reflections on the life and good work of Chef Paul Prudhomme. Full show notes – and links to the restaurants and some recipes – can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.

Oct 16 2015

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Rank #4: CF164 - A Recipe for Joy

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Recipe for Joy is an inspiring story, one that can help all of us find joy in the midst of a hectic life that often dishes out suffering and heartache when we are really hungry for love.

May 06 2013

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Rank #5: CF95 - Spirits & Souls of the Just, Bless the Lord!

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A sunny Saturday lunch at Green Goddess restaurant in New Orleans (and a Bacon Sundae!), the Solemnity of All Saints, All Souls Day and prayer for the souls in Purgatory, & Sarah Reinhard reflects on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary.

Nov 10 2010

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Rank #6: CF98-1 - Special Announcement from DivineOffice.org

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In this quick episode, Dane Falkner of DivineOffice.org shares some news about the new update on iTunes. He also announces a special price break on their apps (till November 26) & a chance to win an iPod Touch!

Nov 23 2010

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Rank #7: CF129 - King Cake and Mardi Gras in New Orleans

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We’re in the middle of Carnival season down here in New Orleans. Only one more week before the parades start to roll! Can’t wait! You may have never been to Mardi Gras. You may not even have pleasant thoughts when you think of Mardi Gras… Maybe the only thing you know about Mardi Gras is what you have seen on MTV and the news channels. For those folks bad news is good news, so they like to portray the seedier side of things. But that’s not what Mardi Gras is all about. Believe it or not, Mardi Gras is Catholic through and through. And on today’s show, were going to talk about the Catholic roots of Mardi Gras and the delicious tradition of the King Cake. Sarah Reinhard joins us with her Mary in the kitchen segment, and today Sarah reflects on finding Mary in the hunker-down days of winter and discovering the kitchen as the heart of her home. All this and more right here, at the Catholic Foodie, where food meets faith!

Feb 04 2012

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Rank #8: CF132 - St. Joseph Altars in New Orleans

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On the show today… my recent guest appearance on Wake Up Baton Rouge on WPYR to talk about St. Joseph Altars and how they bring together food and faith… Sarah Reinhard's Mary in the Kitchen segment, and some great news about Sarah's most recent book… and I reach back in the Catholic Foodie archives to bring you an amazing story about the powerful ways that St. Joseph answers prayer, and how people show their gratitude to St. Joseph with special altars. All this and more right here at the Catholic Foodie… where food meets faith!

Mar 23 2012

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Rank #9: CF82 - Dinner, Divine Office, and Lino's Beer

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Prayer before meals, great people that I met & dined with at the CNMC, the ingenious ideas of Dane Falkner, hitting the pub with Lino and friends... Plus a recipe for Abita Amber Beer Jerk Chicken. Good stuff! Feedback: 985-635-4974.

Aug 13 2010

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Rank #10: CF13 - Fast food... Fast faith.

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We hear a priest, a seminarian, and a full-time youth minister weigh in on youth ministry & vocation. We also get a special treat... music from the seminarian band Covenant 7. The Catholic Foodie, where food meets faith.

Mar 28 2009

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Rank #11: Feeding the Multitude... or just Your Neighbor - Part 1

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Sunday's Mass readings were all about feeding and being fed. From Elisha's multiplying food and feeding 100 people in the Second Book of Kings to Jesus feeding the 5000 in the Gospel of John, we are reminded – as the Responsorial Psalm tells us – that "the hand of the Lord feeds us; he answers all our needs."

Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.

Jul 27 2015

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Rank #12: Bread from Heaven and French Baguettes | The Catholic Foodie Show

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Bread from Heaven and French Baguettes… Today on The Catholic Foodie Show we talk about the readings from yesterday’s Mass and what they could mean for me and you. We also talk French Baguettes with a recipe from my friend Craig Poirier. Full show notes, including the recipe, are available by clicking here: CatholicFoodie.com.

Aug 03 2015

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Rank #13: Money-Saving Summer Tips and More | The Catholic Foodie Show

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St. Bonaventure, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Jesus, reviews and blog posts about The Catholic Foodie, AND money-saving tips for summer eats. All this and more on The Catholic Foodie Show today!

Full show notes available by clicking here: CatholicFoodie.com.

Jul 16 2015

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Rank #14: CF199 - Five Years in Heaven – An Interview with Author John Schlimm

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Author John Schlimm joins us on the show today to talk about his latest book - Five Years in Heaven... The Unlikely Friendship that Answered Life's Greatest Questions.

Apr 29 2015

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Rank #15: CF158 - Alligator, Chicken Stock, and Bacon Grease. Oh My!

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The last few days the Louisiana alligator has been in the media spotlight. Again. But this time it’s not because someone is screaming, “Choot ‘em! Choot ‘em!” Instead folks are screaming, “Cook ‘em! Cook ‘em!” On Fridays in Lent, that is.

Feb 18 2013

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Rank #16: CF200 - The Faithful Traveler on The Catholic Foodie Show

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Diana von Glahn, the Faithful Traveler joins me on this inaugural broadcast of The Catholic Foodie Show on Real Life Radio.

May 13 2015

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Rank #17: The Gospel of Happiness | The Catholic Foodie Show

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Ever wondered how you can become more happier? What you can do to increase your joy, gratitude, and contentment? Dr. Christopher Kaczor, author of The Gospel of Happiness, joins me on The Catholic Foodie Show today to share with us key insights to how practicing our faith can make us happier. Listen in and enjoy! Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.

Oct 09 2015

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Rank #18: CF160 - The Alligator and the Archbishop: A Lenten Tail?

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Did You Hear the One About the Alligator and the Archbishop? It all started on Ash Wednesday. Archbishop Aymond clarified that it’s OK to eat alligator on Fridays in Lent. Included in this episode is an interview I did that aired on NPR.

Mar 14 2013

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Rank #19: CF77 - Fourth of July, Hot Dogs, and Apple Pie!

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A CNMC challenge from a longtime listener, traditional 4th of July fare... with an innovative twist, and Mary in the Kitchen. Join us at the Catholic Foodie... Where food meets faith! Call 985-635-4974 with your feedback.

Jul 03 2010

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Rank #20: CF159 - Louisiana Caldo for Sunday Supper

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Louisiana Caldo is a thick, nourishing soup that is traditional to the Isleños… settlers of St. Bernard Parish (outside of New Orleans proper) who came from the Canary Islands over 200 years ago. It’s not a gumbo, yet it is thick, hearty and nutritious. It features two unique ingredients: mustard greens and pickled pork.

Feb 25 2013

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Stranger Pilgrims: A Special Catholic Foodie Halloween Edition

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I must confess that Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year. That might sound strange to you, since I’m the Catholic Foodie. But Halloween is a Catholic feast day and celebration. Not only is All Hallow’s Eve the vigil of the Solemnity of All Saints, it also kicks off a month dedicated by the Church to remembering and praying for the dead. Perfect time of the year for it… Fall… as we prepare to enter the death of winter.
For me Halloween carries with it so many memories from my childhood and adolescence. Good memories. I have Halloween and all the spooky otherworldly trappings that surround it to thank for instilling in me a deep understanding that there is something more to life than meets the eye. There is a mystery just beyond the veil of visible life. And this time of the year the veil seems to thin between the visible and invisible. 
So, see, not strange at all, right? Or is it? 
Today, on Halloween, I bring you a special Halloween edition of The Catholic Foodie Show. So get ready. Turn on the lights and grab your rosary and holy water if you scare easily, and join me along with a couple of Sick Pilgrims – or perhaps today we should say Stranger Pilgrims – as we dive into the Catholic weirdness of Halloween. 
Jessica Mesman Griffith and Jonathan Ryan of Sick Pilgrim blog join me today for this special Halloween edition of The Catholic Foodie Show!
Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Oct 31 2016

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Finding Peace through Catholic Mindfulness

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Dr. Gregory Bottaro of the Catholic Psych Institute joins me today to talk about Catholic Mindfulness and a new introduction course that he has available at CatholicMindfulness.com.

The full course title is Introduction to Catholic Mindfulness: Learn how to get control of your mind by trusting God, letting go, and tuning in. I'm taking the course right now, and I am finding it immensely helpful!

Do you find yourself frequently frazzled, anxious, worried? Do you try to trust in God but feel like you fail on a regular basis? Then this new Catholic Mindfulness course might just be for you.

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Listen in to my conversation with Dr. Gregory Bottaro of the Catholic Psych Institute as he tells us what exactly Catholic Mindfulness is and more about the course that he has available. Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.

Oct 13 2016

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Sick Pilgrim: Out on a Limb

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Jessica Griffith and Jonathan Ryan are pilgrims. Sick pilgrims, to be exact. And they are on a mission to remind us all that we are pilgrims here on earth. A major part of their mission is to equip and rally together what they call servant artists, artists who draw back the veil of the Mystery through their work, which they perform in the service of the world.

Jessica and Jonathan join me around the table today to talk about Sick PilgrimCatholic Weird, Mystery and sacrament, October and ghost stories, and, of course, servant artists.

This show in particular brought me great joy. I’m delighted to have had the opportunity to hang out with Jessica and Jonathan, and I hope we can do it again soon. [Hint. Hint.]

Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Oct 07 2016

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Louisiana Cookin' Magazine's Chefs to Watch 2016

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Exciting show today on location at Cavan restaurant on Magazine Street in New Orleans. Joining me around the table are two lovely ladies: Caitlin Watzke from Louisiana Cookin' Magazine and Chef Ruby Bloch from Cavan, Meauxbar, and Sylvain in New Orleans. Chef Ruby is one of the six Chefs to Watch this year.

In 2002, Louisiana Cookin' introduced Chefs to Watch as a way of recognizing talented up-and-coming chefs from restaurants throughout the state who show passion for traditions while delivering fresh, new concepts. This year's event is the 15th installment, and it will be hosted by Marché in the French Quarter.

Caitlin talks about Louisiana Cookin' Magazine and this year's 15th Annual Chefs to Watch event: a special six-course dinner on October 20, 2016 at 6:00 PM at Marché in the French Quarter. The courses will be prepared by this year's six Chefs to Watch, including Chef Ruby Bloch who will be serving a Sweet Potato Spice Cake. 

Chef Ruby talks food, cooking, creativity and inspiration with us today. And you might even hear a thing or two about desserts. ;-) She shares a bit of her story with us, and tells us how a New Jersey girl fell in love with the city and people of New Orleans. 

Listen to the show for all the details. Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com

Oct 06 2016

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Fall Festivals, the Olive Mass, and Fr. Leo Patalinghug

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On The Catholic Foodie Show today we talk fall festivals in and around New Orleans (including the inaugural Fried Chicken Festival!) and the first-ever Olive Mass to celebrate food and bless the hands that make it. Fr. Leo Patalinghug (of Grace Before Meals) drops in to talk about the Olive Mass and the work of The Table Foundation.
Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Sep 23 2016

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#TacoTuesday, St. Martha and the Spice of Life

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On today's The Catholic Foodie Show... it's #TacoTuesday! We talk tacos and I give you recipe for fish tacos (and I tell you about the first time that I ever tried a fish taco!). I also share with you a reflection on St. Martha who was a dear, dear friend of Jesus. Her feast day was last Friday, but she is going to encourage us today in our own friendship with Jesus and in our efforts to our best in our daily lives without losing our minds. All this and more right here on The Catholic Foodie Show... where food meets faith!

Aug 02 2016

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Wash Day Wonders and Red Beans and Rice

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In this episode of The Catholic Foodie Show I announce the new daily show themes, and I explain what exactly I mean by Wash Day Wonders. I share my recipe for the New Orleans classic dish of Red Beans and Rice, give a shout out to my newly-minted Eagle Scout son Christopher, and reflect briefly on the amazing love that Jesus has for St. Martha. All this and more on The Catholic Foodie Show!
Full Show notes available at http://CatholicFoodie.com.

Aug 01 2016

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Beach Food and Summer Vacations

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On the show today: Beach food and summer vacations... including the need daily to carve out time for rest and relaxation. Trust in God, a "sound-seeing" trip to Joe Patti's Seafood, and beach recipes for Jalapeno Poppers and Boiled Shrimp also on the show. A Happy Father's Day to all you dads out there!
Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Jun 17 2016

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Heather King – Loaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough

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Heather King – author of ParchedRedeemedStrippedStumbleShirt of Flame, and Poor Baby – joins me on The Catholic Foodie Show today to talk about her latest book Loaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough.
Whether rich or poor, most of walk through our days wounded in the area of money and finances. We fear money. We fear not having enough money. We fear what would happen if we had too much money. We fear what people would think of us if they knew how much money we make and what we spend our money on. The way that we see and use money intimately affects the people in our lives.
Most books about money are written to help you make more money. But what if more money isn't the answer? What if the real source of our fear is our relationship with money? In Loaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough, Heather King shares her own story of recovery around money. In doing so, she opens a door of opportunity for us... an opportunity to examine our own relationship to money and to open that relationship up to healing by our loving God. 
"So, as you’ve now assuredly figured out, unlike so many money books, mine is not about how to make more and consume more. It’s about how to detach from the idea that our identity could possibly lie in how much or how little money we make or have. It’s about discovering that money is a means of love and service. It’s about learning that the real economy is “As you give, so shall you receive.” We get to follow the deepest desires of our heart. The money will come. And we’ll want to share it.
"That hasn’t happened for me by praying a whole bunch of rosaries, holing up in my room, and hoping for the best. The solution for me and many people I know has involved clarity around numbers—how much we spend, how much we earn. It has been clarity around how we spend our time. And it’s been community—meaning friends, a realistic acceptance of the fact that we’re not going to change overnight, and laughs."

May 18 2016

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Katie Sciba: Finding God among the Pots and Pans... and Anxiety

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Katie Sciba from TheCatholicWife.net joins me today to talk about how Jesus is right here with us in the midst of the pot, pans, and anxiety. Jesus does not shun the grime and grit of our lives, of our hearts. Listen as Katie shares her story of finding God – of being found by God – in the midst of the ups and downs of family life.
Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.

Apr 21 2016

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Amoris Laetitia and the Recipe for Joy

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Pope Francis’ letter Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love), love and hospitality in the family, and Robin Davis’ book Recipe for Joy… all this and more on The Catholic Foodie Show!
Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Apr 13 2016

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French Quarter Festival 2016

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The French Quarter Festival, known as the “largest free festival in the South,” is this weekend in New Orleans. Leading tourism officials call it the “kickoff to the festival season in New Orleans,” and it is referred to by many as the “World’s largest Jazz Brunch.”

WHAT IS THE FRENCH QUARTER FESTIVAL?

The French Quarter Festival is four days of live performances by local musicians that draws people from all over the world. On twenty-one of its twenty-two stages, only Louisiana musicians are featured. One stage is reserved as an “international stage” where traditional jazz bands from all over the world perform. This year the 33rd French Quarter Festival will feature more that 400 hours of live music and welcome more than 1700 local musicians to its stages. In addition to traditional jazz, attendees will also be treated to contemporary jazz, Cajun-Zydeco, world, brass band, blues, rock, and pop from some of New Orleans’ most well-known musicians. And accompanying the music, over 60 New Orleans restaurants will serve both classic and creative New Orleans food. 

Listen to the show to hear more on the food, the music, and the event known as “the world’s largest Jazz Brunch!”

Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.

Apr 09 2016

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Dr. Paul Thigpen and The Saints Who Battled Satan

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Have you ever noticed that sometimes it seems like everything in life conspires against us when we desire to draw closer to God? Dr. Paul Thigpen joins us today to share some hope and encouragement from the saints. Author of Saints Who Battled Satan, Dr. Paul Thigpen understands that just as the New Testament states, in our Christian journey we daily encounter three obstacles: the world, the flesh and the devil. With love and gentleness, Dr. Paul engages us with stories from the lives of seventeen saints... practical wisdom that can help me and you to draw closer to God no matter the struggles we encounter in our daily lives.
I received a review copy of Saints Who Battled Satan. When I saw the title, I first thought of The Exorcist movie and stories of extraordinary encounters with evil… the kind of stories that make me feel uncomfortable to be alone at night. Well, happily, I can say that this book is so much more that than. I don’t know about you, but I have never encountered a demon in real life. But you know what I have encountered? What I do encounter every day of my life? Temptation. Saints Who Battled Satan is full of stories of saints who battled and overcame Satan in very real, practical ways. Not just extraordinary, sensationalized stories, but overcoming temptations in the nitty-gritty parts of life. This is a book I can use. A book that gives me hope and encouragement in my own journey with God.
Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.

Mar 14 2016

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Catching Up with The Catholic Foodie

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Lent, the Jennifer Fulwiler Show, talking food and faith at Mater Dei High School, and visiting with friends old and new at the L.A. Religious Education Congress in Anaheim.Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Mar 11 2016

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Thoth Sunday and Lundi Gras in New Orleans

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On the show… join me in New Orleans for the Thoth parade for an on-the-street experience of Mardi Gras in New Orleans. We talk Lundi Gras (Fat Monday) and Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday). Peek behind the scenes of how the Mardi Gras floats are made, and find out what you absolutely need to know to parade like a New Orleanian at Mardi Gras! It’s a family event. Listen in to find out more. 

Full show notes at CatholicFoodie.com.

Feb 09 2016

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Tami Kiser and the Catholic Conference for Moms

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Tami Kiser, organizer of the Catholic Conference for Moms, joins me on The Catholic Foodie Show today with a message of hope and encouragement for moms this Lent. Not only does she make this conference available for a steal, but she also makes it imminently accessible. You can access it any time of the day or night, and you can even download MP3 versions of the presentations so you can listen on the go. Listen to hear more about this exciting conference... And don’t forget to use your coupon code (FOODIE) for a generous discount! Register now at CatholicConference4Moms.com.

Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Feb 02 2016

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Dr. Brant Pitre and The Case for Jesus: The Biblical and Historical Evidence for Christ

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Dr. Brant Pitre joins me today on The Catholic Foodie Show to discuss his new book (to be released February 2, 2016) entitled The Case for Jesus: The Biblical and Historical Evidence for Christ. In The Case for Jesus, Dr. Brant Pitre, bestselling author of Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist, taps into the wells of Christian scripture, history, and tradition to ask and answer a number of questions about the origins and validity of the Gospels as well as one big question: Did Jesus of Nazareth claim to be God?

Though a seminary professor of Sacred Scripture, Dr. Brant Pitre is also a husband and father of five, and this book is written in plain language that everyone can understand. With his signature enthusiasm and with a deep love for both Jesus and the reader, Dr. Pitre offers compelling reasons for concluding that the four Gospels are first-century biographies of Jesus, written within the lifetime of the apostles and based directly on eyewitness testimony. 

Buckle your seatbelt and get ready for an exciting ride to answer the question of a lifetime asked by Jesus, “And you, who do you say that I am?”

Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Jan 29 2016

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Pizza Dough, Instagram, and Murder Mysteries

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On the show today… Nero Wolfe and food, a recipe for a 72 hour pizza dough from my friends at BakingSteel.com, and a new self-help group called the Husbands of Instagram. You won’t want to miss this one… it’s full of laughs, fun, and culinary inspiration. It’s The Catholic Foodie Show… where food meets faith!

Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Jan 18 2016

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Around the Table with Miss Kay Robertson

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On the show today… reality TV, a gumbo-cooking priest, and we talk food and faith with Miss Kay Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame. All this and more on The Catholic Foodie Show… where food meets faith!

Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.

Jan 14 2016

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Why We Love to Read about Food

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On the show today… still no King Cake in the Young household. Well… I haven’t made a King Cake, but I have eaten 3 slices from 3 different King Cakes so far. And, no, I did not get the baby. We are talking about why we love to read about food today as I share with you a wonderful article by Christie Purifoy at GraceTable.org. Listener feedback, married couples who are chefs and restaurant owners, Nero Wolfe, and more on The Catholic Foodie Show… where food meets faith!

Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com

***Featured image used courtesy of Yummy-Books.com and can be found here: http://yummy-books.com/2012/07/24/tea-with-mr-tumnus/***

Jan 13 2016

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iTunes Ratings

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A consistently great podcast

By Mark Szewczak - Nov 16 2009
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Excellent topics, well produced, a joy to listen to and savor

Great Podcast . . Very relaxing

By JimGT - Oct 20 2009
Read more
It's great to hear a podcast that's relaxing and low-key. Love the soft jazz music you use.