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“How does this work?”

One of the top questions I get as a hobo (along with “Where do you shower?” and “How did you decide to do this?”) is about logistics: how do I know where to go next? It’s a complicated question, this, … Continue reading

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48 States

Friends, I write to you from a random coffee shop in some town in upstate New York1 where fall has already hit (it’s 55 degrees and sunny at 2pm) and half the radio stations are in French. But despite the … Continue reading

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My Favorite Place

One question I get a lot these days (almost as much as “Do you really live out of your car?“) is “What’s your favorite place you’ve spoken?” Well, friends, that was a tough question. Let me give you a quick … Continue reading

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Quick Update from Hawaii

So far, I’ve spoken after 3 Masses, given a talk on evangelizing in a relativist world and one on the Eucharist, led a discussion on leading people to Christ, and met some seriously amazing army families. With another dozen or … Continue reading

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With a Little Help from My Friends

Merry Christmas! (Yes, it’s still Christmas. Praise the Lord and eat something peppermint!) To recap for anyone who might be new around here: Since I was 15 years old, all I’ve ever wanted to do was lead people closer to … Continue reading

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Year of Faith Boot Camp

I’ve been an apologist almost since I’ve been a Christian.1 I remember arguing theology in high school, uncatechised as I was, and coming up with answers that surprised me. I guess I was vocal enough that the Holy Spirit decided … Continue reading

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