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Greetings and welcome to The John 3:30 Podcast, we focus on Catholic Faith Life. The goal is to share different ways people keep their fire burning for our Catholic Faith. I have seen firsthand many people attend a Retreat or go through a traumatic Life Event and it brings them closer to their faith. For a moment. They are hungry for more. Unfortunately, not too long after, many return to their “old ways.” I firmly believe this happens because they do not know what they do not know. They may not be aware that they can attend Adoration, pray a Novena, or any other beautiful ways our Catholic Faith offers us the opportunity to grow in our Faith. My thought process is to sit down and speak with “everyday” people and have a conversation with them as to how they keep their fire burning for our Catholic Faith.  Like what you hear? If you would like to help contribute to the growth of The John 3:30 Podcast, click here to donate one time or monthly. Your Patronage is greatly appreciated!!

Oct 24, 2020

Thanks for coming back! In this episode, I speak with Anastacio Hinojosa. You may remember Anastacio from episode # 84 when we learned how he keeps his Fire burning for our Catholic Faith. I welcome him back to discuss Reasoned Judgment during this election season. What is Reasoned Judgment? How does it apply to us as Catholics, when we discern how to cast our vote? Click play and let’s find out, together.

Litany of Trust

Mother of the Americas Institute

Familiaris Consortio (By Saint John Paul II)

The Baltimore Catechism

Second Vatican Council (Vatican II)

Catholic Answers Voter’s Guide

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