156: Marriage, Family, Discipleship, and the Diaconate (w/ Jason Bulman)

156: Marriage, Family, Discipleship, and the Diaconate (w/ Jason Bulman) April 20, 2022

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I’m joined by Jason Bulman, a father, candidate for the diaconate, and one of the “stars” of the Word on Fire show Meet the Bulman’s where Jason and his wife Rachel, a previous guest on our show, open their home and their lives up for viewers to see a picture of a Catholic family, living and loving their faith.

In this episode Jason and I talk about his vocation of marriage, family, how to evangelize and create disciples for Christ, and what his calling to the permanent diaconate means. This is such a wonderful conversation!

Also, be sure to check out Episode 145 where Jason’s wife, Rachel Bulman, shares her incredible conversion story and how her and Jason met.

And to see more from Jason check out Meet the Bulman’s from Word on Fire.

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