In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Fr. Michael Larkin as he shares his experience and wisdom gained from over 60 years in the priesthood.
In this episode, we will discuss:
• His recollections of his ordination in Ireland in 1959
• How The Church changed after VII
• How the Irish helped save civilization
• Wisdom and lessons for today’s priests
• and much more
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5 comments on Interview with an 89-Year Old Irish Catholic Priest
We love you all in Ireland, pray for our country as the faith is suffering here at present. That being said the faith will never die in Ireland God Bless.
Father Larkin was my priest for most of my life and I still miss him today! So good to see his face and hear his voice. Made my night!
Hello Father From Lisa Moulder
This was a beautiful interview. Anyone who has done anything for over 60 years deserves respect!
Fr Larkin is a joy to celebrate daily mass with, and Ryan,Ryan and Fr Richard, I love it that you honored the office, the person and the history of our faith in this place.
In addition to Fr Richard’s comments on diminishing attention spans, we have a tendency to evaluate past events as if they happened in the current environment. Just considering the ride from Flagler Beach to Orlando, it was a different world back in the day! Im not sure that stretch of I-95 or I-4 was completed. And surely no cell phones….
Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful vocation with us.
What a wonderful episode…….truly inspirational!
The respect and compassion Fr. Pagano and Fr. Larkin share for each other is beautiful!! Two phenomenal priests at two different places in their lives…. but making an enormous difference in our lives! Thank you both for being “the Light in our lives”! And Thank You, Ryan and Ryan for all that you both do to inspire us……. And, thank you, Howard, for turning that light on! You all DO make a difference!!❤️
Great Chat show Father Michael and My dad Jack Larkin are cousins it Was great to see Fr Michael keep up the great work