David Gets Ordained! Luke and Gomer Cry.

Episode 145 · June 8th, 2018 · 1 hr 18 mins

About this Episode


Our buddy David is now a priest! Fr. David Hust has a nice ring to it. It was awesome watching a friend of 17 years become a Roman Catholic Priest and celebrate his first Mass. It was a very traditional sung Mass and was just beautiful.

Then Luke gives us his 5 points on how Catholic Dating Does Have to Suck (but probably will).

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