When he grows up, third-grader Teddy Howell, a member of St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Newport, and wants to be a podcaster and a priest. At 9 years old, he already has achieved one of those goals with the recent launch of his podcast: “Kid’s Bible In A Year with Teddy.”
Michigan third grader launches ‘Kid’s Bible in a Year with Teddy’ podcast
As ‘Catechism in a Year’ podcast launches, listeners seek clarity amid chaos
Even before its launch, “The Catechism in a Year” hit No. 1 on Apple’s “Religion and Spirituality” chart, with “The Bible in a Year” at No. 2, as of Dec. 27.
New Ascension yearlong podcast starts Jan. 1, will present entire catechism
“The Catechism in a Year” podcast will be available for free on all major podcast platforms as well as the Hallow app.
Bishop of Trenton, N.J., issues catechetical series on the Eucharist
In the preface to the five-part series, he said his purpose was to “re-present the Catholic Church’s understanding of the Holy Eucharist as the Lord Jesus Christ’s own Body and Blood.”
Eucharistic revival could ‘move needle’ on understanding of Real Presence
A 2019 Pew Research Center study showed that 69% of all self-identified U.S. Catholics said they believed the bread and wine used at Mass are not Jesus, but instead are “symbols of the body and blood of Jesus Christ.” The other 31% said they believed in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.
People helping people is what attracted actor to ‘God Friended Me’
Actor Joe Morton was intrigued with a script with a concept: A professed atheist who podcasts his lack of belief gets a Facebook friend request from God. The atheist accepts it, and before long starts seeing how interconnected people are to each other without even realizing it.
The Visitor has launched “Minnesota Catholic Podcasts,” a new venture designed to bring listeners uplifting messages, engaging dialogue and challenging discourse on topics impacting Catholics today.