View Larger Image Fatherhood, Fathers, and Sons with David L. Gray Joseph Sciambra2021-05-07T02:35:21+00:00October 5th, 2020|Blog, Podcast| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInPinterest Related Posts Gallery Fr. Seraphim Rose: My Conversation with His Niece – Cathy Scott July 13th, 2021 Gallery Fr. Seraphim of Platina: The Life and Death of the Unlikeliest Russian Orthodox Monk July 7th, 2021 Gallery Tattoos From a Christian Perspective: A Conversation with Shayne Swenson June 24th, 2021 Gallery Pro-Gay Religious Order Still Oversees “Gayest” Parish in San Francisco June 18th, 2021 Gallery Finding Humor in an Age of Darkness: My Conversation with John Zmirak May 7th, 2021 One Comment anonymous October 5, 2020 at 9:51 pm Watched the whole interview. I appreciated hearing from a guest who was NOT gay, but who still had a father wound that seems to have caused unhealthy behavior, such as embezzlement in your guest’s case. My favorite quote from your guest was at the 58:50 mark, when he was talking about priests like James Martin who encourage young males to embrace homosexuality: “They’d rather change God’s Church, than change themselves–and we tolerate that.” I also liked shortly after that when he talks about how every Catholic man has boys or young men in their lives that are struggling and need a mature man to talk to. I remember, Joseph, how you say that if we don’t love our young me, there are pagan men that will. Comments are closed.