On this episode of Guestsplaining, Fr. Gregory and Fr. Patrick welcome FOCUS founder, Curtis Martin, to the podcast to discuss the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, the Eucharist Revival, the National Eucharistic Congress, and much more.

What is God's role in evolution? How is man more than a physical being? Are we truly descended from apes? Should Catholics still trust the science? Where is the theme of salvation in evolution? On this episode of Guestsplaining, Fr. Gregory and Fr. Patrick welcome Dr. Dan Kuebler, biology professor at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, to discuss science, evolution, the scientific theory, etc. and how they all relate to God and our Faith.

Fr. Patrick and Fr. Joseph-Anthony welcome Catholic journalist and author Francis X. Maier to the podcast, author of, "True Confessions: Voices of Faith from a Life in the Church". On this episode of Guestsplaining, the friars discuss Maier's book and the themes of the heart of the Church in the United States, the role of femininity in the Church, the role of laity, and much more.

Fr. Patrick and Fr. Bonaventure welcome Dr. Kenneth Craycraft to Godsplaining to discuss his new book entitled, "Citizens Yet Strangers". The accessible book discusses Catholic, moral theology in a political, cultural, and societal way, all in an American context. "Can a Catholic be an American?"

Fr. Gregory and Fr. Patrick welcome General Surgeon and whistleblower Dr. Eithan Haim and Marcella Burke, his legal representation, to this episode of Guestsplaining. On this episode, we find out more about what's been happening behind the scenes at Texas Children's Hospital with their transgender program and what Dr. Haim and Marcella have been doing in their fight back against those trying to silence them. You won't want to miss this eye-opening episode!

On this episode of Guestsplaining, Fr. Gregory welcomes Dr. Ryan Anderson, author and President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, to discuss the response to COVID-19 and its policies, modern victimology and identity, personal and spiritual growth, social justice and injustices, the value Christians can bring to the modern world, politics as a religion, and much more.

Join Fr. Jacob-Bertrand and Fr. Gregory in welcoming Chris Stefanick to this week's hilarious episode of Guestsplaining! Tune in as Chris and the friars disuss Catholicism and hope in the modern world, evangelizing in today's environment, vulnerability and joy admist pain and suffering, marriage and carrying your cross, and so much more.

On this week's episode of Guestsplaining, Fr. Gregory and Fr. Jacob-Bertrand welcome Dr. Scott Hahn to the show! Dr. Hahn discusses his new book, "Catholics in Exile", discussing the history of the Church into the modern world, how sainthood blossoms amidst distress, and how to suffer well.

Fr. Patrick welcomes Monsignor James Shea, President of the University of Mary in North Dakota, and author of books, "From Christendom to Apostolic Mission", and, "The Religion of the Day." In today's world, is Christianity still the assumed narritive? If not, what is displacing it? What is the world's current belief system? You won't want to miss this thought-provoking episode!

On this episode of Guestsplaining, Fr. Patrick and Fr. Jacob Bertrand welcome Jacob Imam, founder of The College of St. Joseph the Worker, to discuss the value of trades and skilled labor in today's world, whether the trades can succumb to AI, the value of strong, lasting buildings, happiness and mental health among the students, understanding Christ's vocation as a carpenter, and much more!

Fr. Gregory and Fr. Bonaventure welcome Ryan Bethea to this week's episode of Guestsplaining! Ryan Bethea is the creator, host, and producer of the Exorcist Files, who, alongside leading exorcist Fr. Carlos Martins, tells the stories of haunting exorcisms. On this episode of Guestsplaining, we find out what exorcists do, why they can often take weeks or months, how the occult, sexual sin, and unforgiveness can lead to possession, why saints have influence over these demons, and much more.

This Guestsplaining episode dives into Fr. Patrick Riffle's experience as a Chaplain in the United States Navy, discussing what it means to be a priest in the military, soldiers embodying the faith, finding your purpose, resiliency, the role of death and living in its close proximity, the value of suffering, fraternity, and much more.

Do we have to make a choice between investing in faith-based companies or making money on an investment? How to can we be bold Catholics in the workplace? How do we know that we are investing in a morally good company? In this week's episode, Fr. Bonaventure and Fr. Patrick welcome Chris McMahon, CEO of Aquinas Wealth Advisors, to answer these questions and to discuss faith-based investing.

Join us this week as Fr. Bonaventure and Fr. Patrick welcome Professor Daniel McInerny to the show for a new installment of Guestsplaining as they discuss the concepts death, philosophy, and Professor Daniel's new book, "The Good Death of Kate Montclair".

On this week's episode of Guestsplaining, Fr. Gregory and Fr. Patrick welcome Adam & Jeffrey Trufant of Camps Kahdalea and Chostatonga! Located in beautiful North Carolina, the camps foster faith, adventure, and friendship for boys and girls. Learn how Adam and Jeffrey view beauty and nature, technology, independence, friendship, and more on this captivating episode!