In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys talk with Fr. John Tetlow, the Rector of The Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine and the former vocation director for Fr. Rich & Ryan DellaCrosse
In this episode, we will discuss:
• Fr. Tetlow’s journey to the priesthood
• Hie memories of the Ryan & Fr. Rich in the seminary
• His role as rector of The Cathedral Basilica
• How Fr. Tetlow’s joyful charism helped create the Catholic Talk Show
• and much more
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2 comments on Interview With Fr. John Tetlow
You have your own special brand of charm but Fr. John Tetlow is a natural charmer. Someone you want to be with, listen to and enjoy as a person and as a priest. I would love to hear about his lifetime adventures with God. God is so much a part of everyone’s life and some people are aware of Him and others not so much. I too believe you have to keep growing and God is very active in your growth. You are His vessel. I sometimes think of myself as a bottle with a note in it from God as I ride the waves of life.
No wonder you guys have such a deep affection and a great deal of admiration for this man and priest. Thank you for a great episode.
Hi I love your guys show I just watched one about drugs and alcohol so I’ve always had bad anxiety since I was a kid so now that I’m grown I’ve smoked weed and it helps a lot but I started to smoke every day all day but since following the Catholic faith I started to practice moderation and only smoke on weekends after 5pm I would like to know your thoughts on this And when I do smoke I don’t forget about God and do what I want and go out sinning I stay home and watch mother Angelica or even pray the rosary at times or pray and really think about Jesus and our faith or even do a self examination of the things I do to offend God im not saying smoking gives me more faith because Jesus alone does but I guess I’m saying some people drink I like to smoke I don’t forget the commandments that the Lord wants us to follow I just want to do right for God