A Dram with Friends
Episode XXIV: Father Larry Richards
Father Larry Richards challenges men to live as Jesus did, meek and humble, with a heart of service; willing to pour themselves out for their wives, families, and communities under the patronage of Saint Joseph. Hear how he was converted by Billy Graham at the age of 17 and wanted to be the Billy Graham of the Catholic Church. His message is not just a suggestion of how to try to be courageous men of God, but rather a statement that challenges men to do the will of God to have eternal life, or go to Hell! His mission has been to build up the Church through men’s ministry and began “The Reason for Our Hope Foundation.” More information here: https://thereasonforourhope.org/ He is on the board of the Catholic Men’s Leadership Alliance under the banner of Heroic Men whose goal is to offer mentorship and shelter from the temptations of life all across North America. He has also written two books, the first entitled: “Be A Man!” published by Ignatius Press and, “Surrender!, The Life Changing Power of Doing God’s Will” published by Our Sunday Visitor. Hear more about this engaging man who lives exactly what he preaches.
Up Next in Season 1
Episode XXV: Matt Strub
Calling himself just a regular guy who chose to be a disciple of God, Matt Strub tells us the ingredients for the ‘secret sauce’ of life to get us into a deeper relationship with Our Lord. Matt’s career has been in law enforcement and as a helicopter pilot serving in the military. He shares the u...
Episode XXVI: Vito Gianndrea
Listen to this man’s amazing journey from Montecassino to Banff as Sean pours a Tyrconnell 10y old port finish Irish whiskey. It was not his intended destination but God had other plans. He showed up in Banff with speaking no English but Scot, Tony Russell came to the rescue who had learned Ital...
Episode XXVIII: Curtis Martin
Walk with Curtis Martin, the founder of Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) in the United States, as he reveals how the Great Shema from Deuteronomy can, and does, make great Saints out of ordinary people.
Curtis expounds on how his ministry has crossed borders, challenged with t...