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The Catholic Talk Show Christmas Special

On this very special Christmas episode of the Catholic Talk Show, the guys talk about the origins of Christmas traditions like stockings and trees, why Jesus WAS born on December 25th, and the crazy story of how the REAL Saint Nick busted a serial killer!

In This Episode, You’ll Learn:

  • What the “X” in X-mas really means
  • Why Saint Nick fills up stockings
  • What the REAL Santa Claus looks like according to Catholic relics
  • Why Christmas trees are not a pagan origin
  • The reason we celebrate Christmas on December 25th
  • And much more!

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7 comments on The Catholic Talk Show Christmas Special

  1. I’d like to know how I can download the broadcasts to my desktop computer.
    Thank You!

  2. Patrick Eoin Brogan says:

    http://tlarsen2.tripod.com/thomaslarsen/easterdates.html

    3/25/1951 was the last time Easter/Annunciation coincided.

  3. Brian Tomcik says:

    Merry Christmas, gents.

  4. BKeepT67 says:

    I stumbled upon your show on YouTube and truly love the show. It’s been a few days but I am through episode 12 and getting worried about running out of episodes and going into withdrawals. Keep up the good work. Praying for your success and longevity with this work.

    Peace be with you & Merry Christmas,

    BKeepT67

  5. Paul Bany says:

    Thank you Catholic Talk Show for sharing this Talk Show Episode with me and others. I have really learned a lot of things regarding Christmas. Please keep it up and may our Lord bless your hard work. Amen

  6. Linda Linder says:

    But didn’t you say that March 25 33AD was the date of the Crucifixion? Not Easter? So we would want to see when the next time the Crucifixion (Good Friday) and the Annunciation are on the same day. Correct?

  7. Kurt says:

    The Christmas season lasts more than 12 days. The Christmas season ends with the Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord. Therefore, this year it ends on January 13.

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