204 episodes

Luke and Gomer became friends Freshman year at the Franciscan University of Steubenville and 14 years later they started a podcast. The show oscillates between a conversation between just the two of us and interviews that we do together of other, fancier people. Sometimes we get explicit either by being too honest or by being too stupid. Either way, it's fun!

Catching Foxes Luke and Gomer

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8, 477 Ratings

Luke and Gomer became friends Freshman year at the Franciscan University of Steubenville and 14 years later they started a podcast. The show oscillates between a conversation between just the two of us and interviews that we do together of other, fancier people. Sometimes we get explicit either by being too honest or by being too stupid. Either way, it's fun!

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
477 Ratings

477 Ratings

Aurum2003 ,

Game-changing for my faith.

Gomer and Luke's honest discussions on religion and living as a disciple have had a profound impact on my life. Gomer's heartfelt plea to "Wake up, just wake up!" allowed me to really look at my life and begin making some much-needed changes.

Love the fun cultural and political episodes as well, thanks guys!

Squigmond Froyd ,

If You're a "Boomer," Don't Bother.

These guys aren't here to glorify God, spread the faith, or explain any Catholic concepts. They clown. Don't expect the Catholic problems of the day to be discussed, or your soul to be nourished. Clowning. That's it. With a nasty brand of "anti-Boomer" venom on the side. Punks.

Henry the Puffy Taco ,

Their hearts are in the right place, but...

I know I’m gonna get pushback for this. These guys are doing good work, carving out space in a digital environment where Catholic voices need to be heard. And I know podcasts have a different level of expectation in regards to content and delivery. BUT. Long-winded self-indulgence abuses the goodwill and patience of your audience, and for crying out loud, use a pause and take a breath instead of shoehorning yet another string of “like, like, like” into the beginning, middle, and end of a sentence.

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