The Helluva Catholic Podcast is a project of the Georgia Tech Catholic Center. The chaplain and a rotating cast of friends, missionaries, and students discuss various topics, seeking to engage the Georgia Tech community and others. For homilies and extra content visit gtcc.co/soundcloud.
7. He Leadeth Me
Fr. Branson alongside Fr. John Klein and Madeline Zuniga proposes reading Walter Ciszek's autobiography, He Leadeth Me, throughout this advent season. They discuss the unique encounters each had with the book and hope listeners read it and share their experiences as well.
6. Entering Into Advent
Fr. Branson details the value and purpose of Advent alongside FOCUS missionaries, Kaitlin Houlton and Frances Peterman, who propose reading scripture daily with others to aid in this season of preparation.
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5. Reading the Blues Away
Fr. Branson, Josh Cruz, and Elizabeth Nash discuss the impact of reading on one's life and speak particularly of the novel Mr. Blue by Myles Connolly.
4. Faithful Citizenship
Fr. Branson and Deacon Paul Nacey discuss how to live as faithful Catholics amidst the 2020 election and current political scene. They answer students' questions and reference the USCCB's document "Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship" found here: gtcc.co/FormingConsciences
Fr. Branson proposes a pilgrimage to Purification Church and Locust Grove Cemetery, the oldest Catholic Church and Cemetery in Georgia. He discusses his pilgrimage experience alongside students Donovan Kelley, Sarah Pennebaker, Jordan Cheney, and Joshua Cruz. To take your own pilgrimage to these sites follow this guide: https://gtcc.co/Pilgrimage
2. Lonesome Dreams
Fr. Branson discusses the value of music with Elizabeth Nash, Michael Vu, and A.T. Aucoin. He proposes listening to Lord Huron's album Lonesome Dreams to remind us of our pilgrimage in life.
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Good homilies and dialogues
Great Sunday homilies from Fr Josh Allen. The dialogues with the students are also enjoyable and insightful.
Not so great without Fr Josh