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This show should help educate our youth on what it means to be a gentleman.






#44 The Vatican Pimpernel

Two riveting stories about World War II great escapes. If you liked the movie “The Scarlet and the Black,” then you’ll most certainly enjoy the first tale which is the true story of Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty and his jaw dropping 4,000 escape operations orchestrated from his position in the Vatican. My website: Buy me a coffee: Email me at: Attributions: Cold War Echo...


#43 The Incredible Missions of the Mossad

After reading the book, “Mossad,” by Michael Bar-Zohar and Nissim Mishal, you’ll be shocked at how the Israeli secret service has repeatedly helped America and the west in general, whether it’s fighting Communism during the Cold War or neutralizing Jihadist nuclear threats. Listen to the Mossad’s insane missions in this podcast. My website: Buy me a coffee: Email me at:...


#42 How a Boy Named Succat Became St. Patrick

Most people find out a few key things about St. Patrick’s life and then spend the rest of his feast day having a lot of beer. I don’t have a problem with drinking beer on his feast day, but people need to find out more about him, especially since it’s such a big deal here in America. It’s difficult to find an accurate, concise and engaging account of his life, but this one by Robert T. Reily in his book, “Irish Saints,” has everything you need to know. Special thanks to a band called...


#41 The Cruelest Miles

The children of Nome, Alaska were dying off from an epidemic of diphtheria: where the throat closes off and you die of suffocation. Everything was frozen up in that January of 1925 and the only way to get the diphtheria antitoxin to them was by sled dog. The 20-pound cylinder of serum was passed to the first of twenty mushers and more than 100 dogs who relayed the package 674 miles from Nenana to Nome. This podcast covers the last few musher’s heroic stories, as the last stretch was the most...


#40 St. John of Matha Poem - Toxic Masculinity and Chivalry

Today’s episode is going to be covering a hot button issue in today’s news which is toxic masculinity. It’s an article from the Return to Order website: And here is the other podcast I help with: But before we get into that, there was a listener request for me to read a poem about St. John of Matha and I agreed because after I read it, it quickly became my...


#39 Prophetic Dream About the Church

In our time more than ever before we need to have the certainty that the Catholic Chruch will prevail through all of its troubles. If you want to make a difference in this fight and gain confidence, then St. John Bosco's dream about the Two Columns and a great sea battle is hand- tailored for you. Secondly, there is another dream that he had on how the Rosary can combat impurity and overcome all manner of vices. I got the idea to read these dreams from a listener suggestion, so please keep...


#38 The Terror of Blue John Gap

The horror genre of fiction is extremely popular in today’s world. Some of the horror stories that are being pushed in library reading programs today are many times gory or outright satanic. Question: is there a place for scary works of literature in a Catholic’s library? Well many ghost stories are probably already there, like a Christmas Carol. In Charles Dickens’ time, every big fictional author had to write at least one ghost story in order to be popular. Grimms Fairy tales are full...


#37 How to Take Suffering

Episode 37: How to Take Suffering This is a Sermon by St. John Vianney on how to suffer. It’s amazing advice for people in our modern world, because I know that the filth around today is much greater than back when St. John Vianney lived. Today, the good are so much more persecuted and it seems like everything is against us. But this sermon teaches us how to suffer like champions and the best part of it all was that his sermons were always no longer than ten minutes. So take heart and...


#36 How to Have Confidence in God

What happens when we don’t live up to our expectations? What happens when everything goes south in our lives and we’re left seemingly abandoned? It’s at times like these that we have to maintain our confidence in God, which is for me, one of the hardest virtues to practice. That’s why my favorite religious book of all time is The Book of Confidence by Father Thomas de Saint-Laurent and I think he had a special grace to write the way he did. If you’d like to buy the book, then follow...


#35 A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

I’m only gonna be reading what is for me, the best part of the book, which is when Marley visits Scrooge. If you want to see what happens in the end, you should read the rest for yourself. This story is a classic that every young man should read anyway, especially around Christmas time. Charles Dickens was a writer genius. He makes a scene about a ghost, something that should be pretty scary, into a witty exchange. At the same time, his description of Scrooge’s vices are so vivid that it...


#34 Catholic Christmas Traditions

Did you ever wonder where the west got their Christmas traditions like having a Christmas Tree in the living room, putting up a nativity scene in the front lawn, or singing Silent Night? Well, they’re all Catholic traditions and in this episode I explain how they came about. My website: Buy me a coffee: Email me at: Attributions: Carol Of The Bells by Audionautix is...


#33 Important Announcement- The Catholic Men's Podcast

Here are the other podcasts I do: Echo of Fidelity Podcast: The Return to Order Moment Podcast: Believe it or not, this one is just my hobby: not professionally done at all. My website: Buy me a coffee: Email me at:


#32 Lincoln's Grave Robbers

“Charity is no substitute for justice withheld.” - Quote from Saint Augustine I would categorize today’s tale as “stories that every young man should know about history. Lincoln's Grave Robbers by Steve Sheinkin is an excellent book about counterfeiters, the secret service, and a weird plot to steal a certain American President’s body. It’s a really immersive story that I know you'll enjoy. My website: Buy me a coffee:...


#31 Warrior Spirit: St. Sebastian and St. Martin

I believe that every Catholic is called to be militant, whether it’s fighting vice or fighting an enemy foe for your country. I think you'll agree when you hear stories of the two patron saints of soldiers: St. Sebastian and St. Martin of Tours. My website: Buy me a coffee: Email me at:


#30 A Hungarian Freedom Fighter Short Story

This is something I wrote for the boarding school that I graduated from: St. Louis de Montfort Academy. I’m only doing my own story because someone requested it, otherwise I really wouldn't do it. It's about the Hungarian Freedom Fighters who resisted the brutal Communist takeover and covers the attempts to rescue Cardinal Mindzenty from prison where he was being cruelly tortured to support the USSR. I hope you enjoy it. My website: Buy me a...


#29 Do You Believe in Miracles?

A short time ago I was reading about some Eucharistic miracles that blew my mind and wanted to share them with you. We'll learn how to sit calmly in the presence of Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and tell him about all of our problems. We'll also learn, that if people don't respect his presence, there may be something rather unpleasant coming for us- lightning, rabid dogs, or maybe just simply going blind. Here's the booklet I mention:...


#28 Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

This week’s story is about a daring mission done by the British Special Operations Executive to take down a Nazi criminal who was exterminating Czechs by the thousands. It’s from a book called The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare by Giles Milton which is the best spy book I've read, but Beware! This book does have parts that needs to be edited out for young Catholic readers. Why am I reading this story on our podcast? Because I think that reading about war is manly and seeing what...


#27 Black Magic: The Miracle of Theophilus

We tell the story of the Miracle of Theophilus in which a priest sells his soul to the Devil and is forsaken by all except Our Lady. Here's the article that I got the story from: My website: Buy me a coffee: Email me at: Attributions: Stately Shadows by Blue Dot...


#26 Your Move Hungarian

Have you ever played a life and death game of chess? Today's story is about a man who had to do this in order to escape the USSR. My website: Buy me a coffee: Email me at: Attributions: Hammer and Damper by Blue Dot Sessions is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License. An Opus in Bb by Blue Dot Sessions is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License....


#25 Nuke Prayer: The Rosary

“The Rosary is the Weapon for these times” - St. Padre Pio. I can’t believe I haven’t talked about the Rosary on this podcast yet. However, I can assure you that once you finish this show you’ll understand the great importance that the Rosary has in a Catholic’s daily life. Also, can you pray it during mass? Let’s find out. Music by Alvaro Zapata My website: Buy me a coffee: Email me at:...