109: A Convert’s Guide to Raising (and Keeping!) Your Kids Catholic (w/ Father Sebastian Walshe)

109: A Convert’s Guide to Raising (and Keeping!) Your Kids Catholic (w/ Father Sebastian Walshe) May 12, 2021

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I’m joined by Catholic convert and author Father Sebastian Walshe. Fr. Walshe has degrees in theology, philosophy, and is currently the Norbertine Canon of the Abbey of St. Michael in the Diocese of Orange, California where he also teaches philosophy.

In this episode, Fr. Walshe draws on his experiences in pastoral care, his experience as a convert, and his deep love for the family to give us special insight in how to raise and keep kids Catholic – especially for us young, Catholic convert families.

This is a truly great episode with some stellar advice so please listen and share with any friends or family members who may be struggling to raise their kids in the Catholic faith.

To check out Fr. Walshe’s book please visit Catholic Answers.

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