So a Lesbian so-called 'Bishop' in Germany invited Muslim refugees to stay in her 'church building.' She of course did not wish to offend them so she resigned her post..............naaaah, just kidding! She just took out all the crosses and anything remotely Christian. You know, only the things that are truly offensive. Joe and Nick discuss.
In this special episode recorded in September, Nick and his best friend of 24 years, Chris, come together to take you through their journey of laughs, talks, defeats and victories all back to the one true Church of Jesus Christ and how they walked the entire road.....together.
Joe and Nick answer an age old question (or should we say a decades old question) Mary, did you know? Spoiler alert - yes, she knew. Later, the guys take on hand holding at mass and the hypocrisy of John Lennon.
Joe relays to Nick his recent experience at a funeral and questions arise. What should one wear to a funeral? Where should the casket be placed? And when did this funeral become a canonization?
Catholics are told consistently by many in the Church to never attack protestantism for fear of hurting the feelings of protestants. This is said so often that you are more likely to find Catholics praising and celebrating this or that protestant sect rather than condemning it. Well, one would hope at least this sort of 'pat on the back' so-called ecumenism is reciprocated by most protestants, right? Yeah, how about no? Turns out protestants will even saddle up with leftist atheists as long as they are slinging mud at Rome! Joe and Nick discuss this and other topics as well on this episode.
Joe and Nick discuss the day's headlines. Joe does his best Russian accent while Nick questions the swiftness in which people are declared martyrs by some. Later, the two hosts discuss their favorite cereals and Nick ends with a story about Vlad the Impaler in this meandering episode.
Joe and Nick discuss Nick's experience at the World Meeting of Families. The good, the bad, and the heterodox.
In this episode, Nick delves into the curious case of Kim Davis and why homosexual activists don't seem to view 'tolerance' as a virtue anymore. Hint - it's because they never did.