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The Catholic Hipster Podcast

By Tommy Tighe & Sarah Vabulas

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Tommy Tighe of The Catholic Hipster blog & Sarah Vabulas, The Catholic Drinkie, talk about being hipster Catholics. They interview some of the big names in Catholic new media about their experiences growing up in the Catholic faith and what we can do to attract and educate Catholics.

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Great beginning

I am always on the lookout for new Catholic podcasts; there just are not enough really good ones (our Protestant bretheren certainly have us beat here!).
Three episodes into the Catholic Hipster and I am hooked. Tommy and Sarah are providing a fresh take on Catholic podcasting. This podcast has great potential - funny, insightful, great guests. Keep it up!


That priest sure thought a lot of things were "fantastic".

Excellent Podcast on the Faith

What makes one a Catholic Hipster? Someone who may not be highly well-known in Catholic media: author, podcaster, on Catholic Twitter, radio host, or even just a parish staff member. Tommy and Sarah interview a variety of guests to expose them more to other Catholics (or anyone listening to the podcast) as well as to remind us all that we're all people living in this world.

Sometimes they talk about food. Sometimes they talk about Saints or the mass. But Tommy and Sarah always talk about some current event and put a Catholic spin on it, brining in their experiences (and quite a bit of humor) that allows the listener to appreciate Catholicism - really, just faith in general - more. The time flies by as it's wont to do when you're having fun!

I gave it 4 stars and not 5 because they do sometimes talk about drinking (hey, they and their guests are adults) and as a non-drinker I find those segments to be irrelevant

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