How do we preserve our state of grace in such a volatile and hostile environment as social media? Digital tools allow for a lot of good. We have seen that especially during this pandemic, when people are able to connect with one another across the globe. But, as we well know, there are also significant dangers. Fr. Blake and Brandon discuss how to navigate them and maintain our holiness.



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  • Fr. Blake and Brandon,
    I just watched “Holiness in the Digital Age”. It was very informative. I’ve learned so much watching your videos and will miss them.
    Thank you for taking the time to record all of them.
    God bless you both.

  • The Burrowshire has been my favorite Catholic Podcast and I listen to quite a few. I’ve appreciated seeing your genuine male friendship, sharing your knowledge Catholicism, suggestions of books to read, and guidance/advice on living a devout life. I’m sorry to see it end, but I was beginning to think you must both be super human in order to do all the other things in your lives (family, writing books, vocations, being a priest of 4 parishes….) and also having such well done show. I hope to see and hear an update occasionally in the future.

  • Looking forward to hearing the discussion about the book, especially an explanation of how Nostrae Aetate has led Popes like JPII and Francis to have meetings where they as the representatives of Christ sit in interreligious prayer meetings on an equal level with those who pray to false gods. I would also like to hear a justification of religious freedom per Dignitatis Humanae, wherein the Church seems to have decided that Christ has no social rights in our governments and constitutions. Our Lord seems to have no special place in the texts of Vatican II.

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