59 episodes

Forgive Me! tells the story of Father Ben, a try-hard young Catholic priest who was recently reassigned from Binghamton to St. Patrick’s, a new parish in an unnamed Upstate New York town, under mysterious circumstances. Each episode follows Ben into the confessional with another eccentric parishioner from around town, exploring the intertwined lives of this new community and the funny, sad, and sometimes painful experiences that come out of the Catholic experience.

Forgive Me‪!‬ Fable and Folly Network

    • Fiction
    • 4.8 • 143 Ratings

Forgive Me! tells the story of Father Ben, a try-hard young Catholic priest who was recently reassigned from Binghamton to St. Patrick’s, a new parish in an unnamed Upstate New York town, under mysterious circumstances. Each episode follows Ben into the confessional with another eccentric parishioner from around town, exploring the intertwined lives of this new community and the funny, sad, and sometimes painful experiences that come out of the Catholic experience.

    Presenting: World Gone Wrong

    Presenting: World Gone Wrong

    Hey there parishioners! Lately, we’ve had a ton going on over in our camp. We’ve got monthly episodes coming out through the end of the year, including our summer of crossovers, and some holiday specials in the fall with some really exciting guests joining us for the ride. We ALSO have made our first steps at writing season 4 of the show, and we’re already so pumped with how it’s coming out. Today, we’re here to showcase an episode of World Gone Wrong, a new show by some of our friends on the Fable & Folly Network over at Audacious Machine Creative.
    101 - Can you shame-cone a werewolf?
    What a world, huh? === A transcript for this episode can be found here. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. Credits: Malik: Michael Turrentine Jamie: Hilary Williams Written by Jessica Best, directed and edited by Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Our theme song is "Falling in Love at the End of the World" by Olivia and the Lovers. Created and produced by Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Nils Gardner. From Audacious Machine Creative.
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    • 27 min
    Arbor Day Special: It's Turtles All the Way Down

    Arbor Day Special: It's Turtles All the Way Down

    Meredith killed the Eagle Creek Development Deal.
    Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions (roguedialogue.com)
    Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Jack Marone.
    Cast:

    Mary Benjamin as Meredith

    Casey Callaghan as Fr. Ben


    Dialogue editing by Bob Raymonda.
    Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda.
    Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)
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    Find a transcript of the episode here.
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    • 15 min
    Presenting: Visionaries Audio Drama

    Presenting: Visionaries Audio Drama

    Hey Friends! We’ll be back later this week with our Arbor Day Special, but in the meantime, we’d like to introduce you to our friends over in Visionaries!

    Set in the year 2185, the world is distinguished by two races – the Visionaries and the Dead-eye slaves. The Visionary race is the next step in human evolution. They have unique eyes which endows them with special abilities. Humans unable to evolve are slaves to the Visionaries because of their powerless eyes. These Dead-eye slaves open rebellion against the Visionaries.

    Learn more about the show and find transcripts at visionariesaudiodrama.com.

    Episode 1, Eye for an Eye
    Radon learns that his city will be under attack from Dead-Eyes three years from today. Graezen asks his Dead-eye slave for help to save an old friend’s child from being sacrificed.
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    • 29 min
    St. Patrick's St. Patrick's Day Special - Oops, All Snakes!

    St. Patrick's St. Patrick's Day Special - Oops, All Snakes!

    Curtis comes to collect on services rendered.
    Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions (roguedialogue.com)
    Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Jack Marone.
    Cast:

    Nick Stag as Curtis

    Casey Callaghan as Fr. Ben


    Special thanks goes out to our Executive Producer Curtis Dibrell Jr.
    Dialogue editing by Bob Raymonda.
    Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda.
    Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)
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    • 23 min
    Presenting: Josie's Lonely Hearts Club

    Presenting: Josie's Lonely Hearts Club

    Hey there, friends! Next week, we’ll be checking back in with Father Ben and the St. Patrick’s family for our first ever St. Patrick’s St. Patrick’s Day Festival, but in the meantime, we’re excited to bring you the pilot of another show called Josie’s Lonely Hearts Club.

    Josie’s Lonely Hearts Club is a semi-improvised audio drama set in the studio of New Mexico’s 3rd-best romantic advice call-in show. On-air, listeners eavesdrop as Josie squares off against top improvisers and her engineer Frank. Each episode’s off-air vignettes chart her journey from melancholy Joanne Holtzinger to nationally syndicated sensation Josie Heller. What results is an often hilarious and surprisingly human show exploring the risks we idiots take every time we fall in or out of love.

    Learn more at goodstoryguild.co.

    Episode 1, Let's Jam it Up, Sluts!
    After a terrible speed dating event, Jo and Frank open the lines to talk about first impressions. Are they all they're cracked up to be? Meet a bouncer who can't find romance, test a few pick-up lines with a quirky close-up magician, and find out what it means to be caught in flagrante derowboat.
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    • 29 min
    One of the Dogs (LIVE SHOW!)

    One of the Dogs (LIVE SHOW!)

    David the Pig enters the Salty Dog Central New York Canine Expo.

    Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions (roguedialogue.com)
    Written and directed by Jack Marone and Bob Raymonda
    Cast:

    Adam Raymonda as Adam

    Emily Elizabeth as Clara

    Casey Callaghan as Fr. Ben

    Natasia White as Shannon

    Mo Moshaty as Eileen

    Michael Larkin as Joe Walters


    Dialogue editing and mixing by Adam Raymonda.
    Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)
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    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
143 Ratings

143 Ratings

Kevin Busch ,

Good, clean fun!

The characters are compelling, the voice acting is marvelous, and the writing is sublime. Easy to listen to and fun to follow! Excited to see where they take the storyline next! 🙏🏼🙌🏼

Elle.24Chl ,

David the sociopathic pig 😂😂🩷

Overall a sweet and funny show and very entertaining. But some episodes like the pig episode had me laughing so hard I was crying.

ALCoolG74 ,

Sweet and entertaining

I am as anti-religion as one could get, but I find this podcast to be warm and engaging. Love the characters and how they can take something simple, make it complex, and then make it simple again.

But I really, really, and really need the arson plot to end.

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