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Hosted By: Adam Minihan & David Niles

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The Catholic Man Show is a real, relatable, and often comical conversation between Adam & David where they promote virtues men should have living in this secular world.

The show features 3 segments:

A Manly Drink:

      1. Open, review, and enjoy a manly beverage while emphasizing the virtue of moderation and enjoying the finer things in life that our Lord has given us

A Man Gear:

      1. Showcase a specific item that every man should own in their everyday life and how it applies to living a Catholic life in this world.

A Manly Topic:

    1. A relatable conversation for Catholic men. For example: roles of a husband and father, spiritual leader of the family, serving others in the community, prolife issues and much more.

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