199: Seeking After the Kingdom of God (w/ Matt Pana)

199: Seeking After the Kingdom of God (w/ Matt Pana) April 5, 2023

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I’m joined by my friend – the guy who got me into podcasting in the first place! – Matt Pana to talk about the Kingdom of God.

Matt was raised Catholic in a Filipino-American household but drifted into Evangelical Christianity as a young adult. He came enthusiastically back into the practice of Catholicism after being exposed to Catholic apologists like Patrick Madrid and Scott Hahn and, today, joins me to share a bit about that journey and how the Catholic Church understands, and embodies, what Jesus describes as the “Kingdom of God.”

For more from Matt, check out on social media @mattpana and check out Deep Cuts on the Array of Hope Network, a wonderful show he hosts on pop culture and Catholicism.

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