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The Fr. Mike Schmitz Catholic Podcast
Faith, pop culture, and headline reflections from Fr. Mike Schmitz.
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4.9 stars from 6,908 ratings
Wonderful snippets of advice
I just listened to the episode about staying the course. I know Fr Mike Schmitz is working with the younger generation but these little snippets he does on this podcast are so beneficial to me even as a 51 year old! In this episode he talked about knowing whether it’s time to change course. His...Read full review »
Living.Life.And.Loving.It via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/18/23
😂😆😂 Thanks for joy always Fr. Mike. Thanks for the belly laughs!! Jajaja!!! 😂❤️🙏🏻. Don’t y’all like how you can edit your comments to bump, bump, bump it UP! God is great! Thank you Jesus for all the joy you bring to my soul via Fr. Mike-eee! 😀😀😀. Found this kewl channel called “decades” of some...Read full review »
Rootiekazoo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/18/23
This is the guy
The way he talks, the ai style of dialogue, is depressing. Anyone or anyrobot can produce this. My search continues.
tomasqwertt via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/22/23
Recent Episodes
Why do we "have" to love God? It seems very self-centered of God to demand our love. But is it? Today, Fr. Mike opens up the first sentence of the Catechism of the Catholic Church and helps us to understand more fully why God, who was never lonely in Heaven, chose to freely create us to be in...
Published 03/23/23
“Is God calling me somewhere else?” Sometimes in our discernment—especially over major life choices, like our vocations—we start second guessing our decisions. Sometimes, we make hasty decisions because we thought we “messed up” our discernment. But most of the time… the best decision is to...
Published 03/16/23
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