Jun 17th, 2020
Welcome to the Theology of the Buddy - A podcast for Catholics who love Tradition and want more of it. This is Episode 60. My name is Chris and today I am joined by my wife Julie and our bestest friends Mike and Brooke to discuss whether it is right to call ourselves “Traditional Catholics”. Full shownotes found on www.theologyofthebuddy.com
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