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Tactical Catholic Podcast?

So I am considering the possibility of a podcast for Tactical Catholic. Personally, I think it would be fun to do live broadcasts, interviews and chats. I love connecting with new friends.

If I were to start this and make it live, it would be in the evening. I would be curious to hear if you prefer one night over another. Comment below.

Interested in being on the show? Tell me.

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Catholic Men, Read Your Bible Daily

It is second nature to me to read my Bible regularly, but as I connect with Catholic men around this country I do seem to run into several guys who aren’t big Bible readers.  That has to change, guys. Read the rest of this entry

Picking Fights You Can’t Win

When I do a television show or speak at an event, people are very encouraging. I get compliments and well-wishes. Then the inevitable question arises,

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Why You Need To Join The Knights of Columbus

I serve as Membership Director of my Knights of Columbus council, and I am personally inviting you to consider becoming a Knight of Columbus. That is, of course, if you are man enough.

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Baptist to Catholic Week?

This must be Baptist week on EWTN.

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Good Catholic Websites for Guys

Last week the old Tactical Catholic tried to spend a little extra time researching the Catholic web world for sites that would benefit Catholic men like us.  See, when I started The Tactical Catholic site, part of the drive behind it was to fill a niche.  I wanted to build a site to challenge Catholic guys to get off their collective arses and be passionate about their faith.  What I’ve been discovering is that there are lots of good Catholic web sites built with the same idea in mind.  This is not frustrating but amazingly encouraging.  Guys, take this as a sign that Catholic men around the United States are manning up and taking their faith to the world.  I am reading about men who have Bible studies together, who pray together, who lead their families in nightly prayers, who sing – yes sing – in Mass, who love their wives with every ounce of their being, and let’s not forget those Catholic men who have answered God’s call to the Sacrament of Holy Orders.  It’s a good time to be a Catholic guy on the web.

What I’m going to do over the next few weeks is catalogue Catholic men’s websites.  Take a moment to tell me which web sites are beneficial to you in your walk with Jesus Christ.  You are welcome to use the combox below.  Recommend a website and tell me why it’s a good one.  While you’re at it, tell your buddies to make their recommendations as well.

Guys, if  you are the owner of a Catholic website geared towards men, I’d like to network with you.  If we can take the time to know one another and our goals as fellow ministers for the Gospel, we should be able to find ways to help one another.  In fact, I would be willing to share space and allow some of you guys to guest write or share articles on this site so that more guys can be exposed to your materials.  Contact me and we’ll talk about it.  In the meantime, keep sending me links for sites.

Upcoming Series

Sneak peek at some of the larger articles I am working on for Tactical Catholic:

  • Catholic Scripture Study
  • Catholic Parenting How To
  • Christian Faith in the Workplace
  • Fighting Temptations
  • The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
  • The Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church
  • Personal and Family Budgeting Strategies
  • Hand to Hand Self Defense
  • Battle Against Sin
  • Leadership Training

Some of these will be series. For example, I am gonna do a whole set on saving money real soon. This is just for starters.

Gone for Too Long

It has been a long time since I was active as a Catholic blogger. For a long time, I was pursuing a career as a traveling Catholic speaker. I spent so much time promoting myself and focusing on widening my ministerial reach that I lost sight of my own call to personal holiness and deepening my own relationship with Jesus Christ. Read the rest of this entry