Welcome to a brotherhood of Catholic men called to engage the culture, defend what we love, and persist in the battle for souls.
Let the battle begin.
Jonathan Conrad | The Catholic Woodworker
Today, we welcome Jonathan Conrad with The Catholic Woodworker and discuss how Jonathan started The Catholic Woodworker, how the rosary serves Jonathan as his primary weapon in battle,
Jonathan’s strategies for getting started with praying the rosary, books that have influenced Jonathan, how Jonathan’s relationship with his wife serves as his primary way to defend his family, and Jonathan’s battle cry.
David Mares | Catholic Musician
Today, we welcome David Mares, Catholic musician & worship leader. We discuss David’s earliest Catholic memories, how he found his love for music and his passion for leading worship in the Catholic church, how David approaches leading worship during the Mass, and his strategies for battle.
Richard Pintang | The Catholic Dadcast
Today, we welcome Richard Pintang, host & founder of The Catholic Dadcast. During our conversation, we discuss how Rich launched the Catholic Dadcast, the importance of brotherhood when stepping into the breach, Rich’s earliest Catholic memories and his experience reclaiming his Catholic faith, strategies for battle, and so much more.
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The practical strategies of Catholic men used to defend, engage, and persist in the battle for souls.
called to brotherhood
You are called to engage, to defend, and to persist.
There’s never been a more pressing time in history for Catholic men to engage the culture we live in today, to defend our families, homes, and Church, and to persist – despite any obstacle – in drawing closer to Christ and leading those we love to heaven.
For us to fight however, we need sustenance. We need wisdom. We need strategies and practical habits that feed our souls and reinforce our commitment. We need rations.
On September 29, 2015, the Feast of Archangels, Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted, Bishop of Phoenix, AZ, called Catholic men of all ages throughout his diocese to battle with his apostolic exhortation, Into the Breach.
In his call to battle, Bishop Olmstead asks, “What practices can help us to take up our cross and follow our King?”
Battle Rations was born out of a need to band together and identify the rations we require to take up our cross, follow our King, and push forward into the breach.
Through Christ’s mercy and truth, we are healed and revitalized for battle. In Christ’s mercy and truth, we become strong in his strength, courageous with his courage, and can actually experience the [joy] of being soldiers for Christ.
Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted, Into the Breach
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