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Busted Halo® Cast
The Busted Halo Cast® is our weekly podcast that answers questions of faith ranging from the simple basics of the Catholic faith to complex dilemmas of everyday life. We also highlight a church to visit that other young adults have found welcoming and vital and preview next week's scripture readings.

Busted Halo’s Fr. Dave Dwyer, Fr. Steven Bell, and Barbara Wheeler-Bride co-host every week offering their faith-filled answers to your questions. You can call-in your questions to (917) 591 8476 or e-mail us at questionbox@bustedhalo.com

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July 29th, 2014
#413- How do you deal with being in a rut in your faith?
 
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Do you ever feel like you’re just going through the motions of faith? Want to get out of a rut? On this week’s Busted Halo Cast, Fr. Steve, Fr. Dave, and Barbara have some insights into how one might deal with moments like these. Plus — A BIG announcement from Fr. Steve. Coming Attractions from Romans where nothing can separate us from God’s love. Church Search heads to Richmond, Virginia, and Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, and (drum roll) we need your help!

 

We want your assistance with the “Church Search” segment of the Busted Halo Cast! Call us at 917-591-8476 and record a shout-out for your parish or campus ministry. Here’s what you do:

 

- Tell us your first name and the parish you are calling from (be sure to say the full name of the parish and include the address

- Mention why the parish is a good place for young adults

- End with the parish’s website and social media details

 

Thank you in advance!

 

0:00 — Intro

10:00 — Question

23:15 — Coming Attractions



 
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