It essentially means that the show itself revolves around The Catholic Church. It has nothing to do with guns like many people think, although a revolver gun is partially featured on the show logo, and the sound of a revolver … Continue reading
I would say the sound quality has improved a tremendous amount in recent shows versus the early days, however I wouldn’t disagree that there is still a great need for improvement in this area. The podcast started on a low … Continue reading
The Catholic Revolver began in March of 2010 on blogtalkradio.com, it was originally based out of San Diego, California.
They are currently pre-recorded. They used to be done live when the show was on blogtalkradio, but the pre-recorded format that I currently have allows me to put together a more quality show I feel. There may be times in … Continue reading
Both! There is never a lack of guests due to the large amount of connections I’ve made thanks to the wonderful technologies of the internet, it’s been a blessing to meet many Catholics as well as people of other denominations … Continue reading
I’ve learned to never say never, but with that said my current feelings on this is no. Having a podcast leaves me with more freedom to do with the show what God wants, it’s in his hands rather than the … Continue reading
Texas, where else?
It stands with The Catholic Church, not with a political party. One of the best sayings I’ve ever read was that as Catholics we should be “Equal Opportunity Annoyers”, meaning we are going to agree and disagree with both liberals … Continue reading
Personally, I don’t see the show as controversial. If anyone does though, my guess would be because it’s often different from the majority of other Catholic podcasts out there. Sometimes I branch out to different topics, I will often express … Continue reading