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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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June 9th, 2009
Our Bicentennial Podcast!
 
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200podcast-insideFour years ago when a relatively new technology called podcasting started gaining in popularity, Busted Halo® Director Fr. Dave Dwyer and Senior Editor Mike Hayes decided to dust off the skills they’d each honed in previous careers as broadcasters and started the Busted Halo Cast. This would be the first step into a much larger venture in which with Fr Dave became the full time host of The Busted Halo Show on Sirius XM Radio’s The Catholic Channel.

Despite the bigger venue on satellite radio, the Busted Halo Cast has ventured forth for 200 episodes with Fr. Dave and Mike now joined by Development Director Brittany Janis in answering your questions of faith each week. No question has ever been too far out of bounds. They’ve talked about everything from going too far sexually and the church’s teaching on getting tattoos to speaking in tongues and whether video games are sinful.

This week’s bicentennial episode takes on a extra special flavor as the crew hits Central Park for some al fresco podcasting while they take on whether an annulment applies to just one marriage partner or to the entire marriage as a whole? We also reveal our winners in our mystery voice game and you’ll hear Mike Hayes’ “Out of the Haze” preaching feature along with Coming Attractions for the Sunday Readings and our weekly Church Search.



 
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