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Watch "Fred Martinez" in YouTube Interview & Pray if the Catholic Monitor should get into Podcasting

The Catholic Monitor and it's publisher Fred Martinez wish to ask all of its readers to pray for God's discernment and grace so it can decide if it might move into podcasting.

A Catholic Monitor contributor who is extremely intelligent and a very solid devout Catholic is telling us that the Monitor in order to reach more faithful Catholics with its message of a Catholic restoration needs to move into podcasting.

I have done some television and know how to prep to do a fairly profession show, but to be honest I don't like seeing or hearing myself on video. I am happy not to go in that direction, but it seems through my contributor friend and other possible movements of grace it is possible, maybe, God may be leading the Monitor in that direction.

I ask all the loyal Catholic Monitor readers to pray that by God's providence it be made clear if the Monitor should move in that direction or not.

In order, to help our readers in praying for this possible project I decided to provide a link to one of the last television interviews I did 30 years ago. I was not a traditionalist at the time and would, now, states many thing in a different manner, but a lot of the content is, in my opinion, still fairly interesting.

Watch Catholic Monitor publisher Fred Martinez in YouTube Interview:

[Watch "Reflections of Pope John Paul II: Humanae Vitae Ep 6 Third Week Preview" on YouTube]
Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church as well as the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.




Islam_Is_Islam said…
Praying for God's will to be done as you discern your path forward regarding a podcast. The interview setting is relaxed, your tone clear, and the comments you made are articulated clearly. You present yourself as authentic and caring. I look forward to hearing how your positions have changed over the years.

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