5 Virtues of Chivalry

5 Virtues of Chivalry by The Catholic Man Show

By Adam Minihan | January 24, 2017

5 Virtues of Chivalry The Catholic Man Show “Chivalry never died. The gentlemen in most did. Being male is matter of birth. Being a man is a matter of age. Being a gentleman is a matter of choice” – unknown How are we going to move forward as men and grow in holiness and strength…

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This Catholic Life: Rosalie Invited TCMS on her Podcast!

By Adam Minihan | July 17, 2016

Authentic Masculinity: The Catholic Man Show talks with Rosalie Contrite! Adam and David sat down with Rosalie Contrite and talked on her podcast, This Catholic Life. Visit her site to review the 10 signs of authentic masculinity that we talk about on our show!   Check out the podcast here: Follow Rosalie on Facebook, Twitter,…

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Fr. William Corby – Something Every Catholic Man Should Know

By Adam Minihan | April 13, 2016

Fr. William Corby   The Catholic Man Show’s Facebook Page!  

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4 Out of 5 Catholic Men Confess This Sin

By Adam Minihan | January 12, 2016

They confess to looking at pornography and masturbating. It’s awkward, I know, to say it so candidly, but the only way to defeat pornography in our lives is to admit that we have a widespread problem with it. Vice, Firmly Entrenched By the time I was in high school, the habit of lusting after women via…

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Into the Breach: A Call to Arms from an American Bishop

By Adam Minihan | October 1, 2015

Catholic men need encouragement in holiness. We need to be taught by our shepherds, the bishops, what our vocation as Catholic men means. Most of all, we need a call to arms, a challenge to live in a counter-cultural fashion. I am pleased to share that Bishop Thomas Olmsted of the Diocese of Phoenix has…

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The World’s Greatest Need: Men of Greatness

By Adam Minihan | April 29, 2015

There is a famine abroad on the earth, a famine not of bread, for we have had too much of that and our luxury has made us forget God; a famine not of gold, for the glitter of so much of that has blinded us to the meaning of the twinkle of the stars; but…

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The Case for a Mass Conversion of Men

By Adam Minihan | April 21, 2015

Despite the fact the New Evangelization has been an ongoing emphasis by the Catholic Church for over forty years, it has failed to stem the disastrous losses of the faithful in the U.S. Since 2000, 14 million Catholics have left the faith, parish religious education participation of children has dropped by 24%, Catholic school attendance…

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Kristin Lavransdatter and Your Nordic Medieval Catholic Heart

By Adam Minihan | February 11, 2015

I will not sleep, I will not even sit down, until every man goes to bed with a paperback copy of Sigrid Undset’s Kristin Lavransdatter. In these high fourteenth-century mountains, priests still visit the sick shouting, “God help those in this house!” as they raise a cross to all four corners of the room and…

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Ephesians Chapter 5

By Adam Minihan | January 6, 2015

CALLING ALL MEN: Going along with our theme of fasting (read our blog on fasting here), St. Michael Catholic radio wanted to give men (and women) a structured way to fast. Have you heard of e5men? e5 men stands for Ephesians Chapter 5. Sign up with us! The e5 Man fasts for his bride as…

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The 5 Advent Virtues of St. Joseph

By Adam Minihan | December 20, 2014

Saint Joseph can help us to live a most fruitful Advent, and for many reasons. Let us quietly meditate upon five extraordinary virtues of this greatest of all saints so that we can live a most fervent Advent season and allow Jesus to be born in the depths of our hearts this Christmas! 1. Silence.…

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Mass Attire

By Adam Minihan | December 13, 2017

This post was written by a guest blogger and Council of Man member, Rich Lamm. You…

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Be a joyful man by The Catholic Man Show

By Adam Minihan | December 13, 2017

On Being a Joyful Man by The Catholic Man Show Want happiness? Eat bacon! But…

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