By popular demand, Tyler returns with new songs to help you have a nasty little Christmas.
The podcast kicks off by Lino celebrating 12 years of The Catholic Guy Show by taking calls and reminiscing. Then, Fr Jim shares his favorite new Christmas commercial. After that, Lino checks in with Owen, who Lino is sponsoring for Confirmation. And the podcast wraps up by opening the Advent Calendar!
Many people have become Catholic, and returned to the faith, because of The Catholic Guy Show. But there are negative side effects, as well. You don’t have to suffer alone.
The podcast kicks off with Fr Jim talking Thanksgiving…and mispronouncing a few Italian words…before doing Whats On Tyler’s Mind and What’s Behind Fr Jim’s Dumb Glasses. After that, its a first (and last?) Mustache Show. Then, it’s time for another Old Tyme Catholic Radio Drama. And the podcast wraps up with one of the greatest pieces of hate mail the show has ever received!
The Catholic Guy Pop Up Shop has hoodies, t-shirts, long sleeves, and mugs. But here’s a list of some of the things it’s missing…
The podcast kicks off with Jen Fulwiler mocking Lino for not being a slacks owner; Lino responds. Then, Lino and Jill become like children and watch the movie Christopher Robin. After that, Tyler puts together a Movie Minute based on Lino’s review. And the podcast wraps up with Fr. Jim, Lino, and Tyler honoring Canadians in a very special way.
It’s Thanksgiving Time! But our nasty muppet Tyler still wants you to be thinking of all those saints who are over shadowed this time of year…
Thanks to the miracle of editing, Lino reviews the movie Christopher Robin. Kind of…
The podcast kicks off by talking Halloween…and a special (non-priesty) Tales from the Rectory. Then, the boys take it down a notch and present “Traditional (Boring) Catholic Radio.” After that, Mark Wahlberg makes his second appearance on the show. And the podcast wraps up with court in session: Judge Rulli!
In honor of Fr Jim’s birthday, Tyler wrote a song parody celebrating all things Fr Jim: Including the fact that he won’t take the DNA Test to determine if he’s really Italian or not.