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Let’s Talk about the Seal of the Confessional - With governments in Australia and California and elsewhere debating laws requiring priests to break the seal of the confessional, Fr. Cory Sticha and Fr. Chip Hines talk about why that strikes at the heart of Christianity and why they are willing to go to jail rather than violate their vows. Let’s Talk about Father’s Day and Men’s Ministry - With Father's Day around the corner, Fr. Cory Sticha is joined by Brian Kelly, Chad Schneider, and Mike Creavey to talk about what father's day is for them and how they celebrate it, and then about their experiences of Catholic men's ministry. Let’s Talk about Pentecost - This Sunday is the feast of Pentecost, which is also the birthday of the Church. Fr. Cory Sticha is joined by Joanne Mercier and Pat Scott to talk about this feast of the Holy Spirit, how they celebrate it in their homes and parishes, and what the Church teaches about the coming of the Spirit. Let’s Talk about Catholic Womanhood - What does it mean to be a Catholic woman in the Church and in the world. Fr. Cory Sticha is joined by Lisa Hendey and Maria Johnson to talk about their experiences as Catholic women, wives, and mothers, but also national speakers and authors on being a Catholic woman today. Let’s Talk about Confirmation - It's Confirmation season in many dioceses, and Fr. Cory Sticha is joined by Fr. Michael Gossett and Angela Sealana to talk about what the Sacrament of Confirmation is, the different ways people think about it, and the variations in how and when the sacrament is given in different places.