186: So You Want to Be a Reverent Catholic? (w/ Keith from Grassroot Catholic)

186: So You Want to Be a Reverent Catholic? (w/ Keith from Grassroot Catholic) January 4, 2023

In this episode, I’m joined by the show’s most requested guest Keith from Grassroot Catholic. Keith has a popular Instagram and YouTube channel where he unpacks beautiful, sometimes forgotten practices from the Catholic faith, encourages reverence, and shares awesome insights as someone trying to earnestly live the Catholic life and pursuit Christ.

Keith is an awesome guy – of course he is, he’s a Keith – and this is a wonderful conversation about how we can be more reverent as Catholic even when those around us don’t seem to get it. We tackle the Mass, the Eucharist, Adoration, Confession, guitars, bad worship songs from the 90’s, and that time I heard about a water gun fight during a Baptism.

It’s all in here, and it’s all awesome.

For more from Keith check him out on YouTube and Instagram.

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