Episode #51 – Over a Year Old and Father’s Day Revisit

Episode #51 - Over a Year Old and Father's Day Revisit

Pat and Nick open this episode with some thoughts about In Between Sundays. Then they revisit an old episode, #5, where they interview their dad.

Notes from Episode #5:

Fathers Day is Sunday, June 21 so we have compiled this special episode in honor of dads everywhere. In this episode, we talk about the “three J’s” meaning Junk, Joy and Jesus and how we can use that model to evaluate what has been going on in our lives.

Pat talks about how he feels like he’s been way too busy and needs to find an organizational system in order to keep everything straight. We talk about some of the books that we have read that help people to learn about organization and planning, including Getting Things Done and Bit Literacy.

We finally have a feedback line and for this show asked people to call in and give us their favorite memories of their own dad. We received a few submissions and play them throughout the show.

Finally, we issue a special Catholic Challenge for Father’s day, asking people to spend time with their dad and to pray for him. We conclude the show with an interview with Nick and Pat’s brother Brian and their father about their own family traditions and special things they did with their dad growing up.

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