We hear that you are preparing to welcome the current American President to the Vatican in just a few days. Now, you may not be aware of this, seeing as how you live in a small city state all the way over on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, but this guy can be... Continue Reading →
Well, folks, our 40 days of Lent have finally brought us to the foot of the cross on Good Friday. What better way to honor the saving work of our Savior than with a tongue-in-cheek examination of his life through the fictional stylings of Christopher Moore? We've been teasing our Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff episode for weeks, and now it's time to get down to business. Spoilers abound. Consider yourselves warned!
Well, the Cubs have won the World Series, Cleveland has a broken it's championship drought, and the Pats just recently pulled off the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history, so it only seems appropriate that we turn our attention toward miracles. From men born blind to bacon-flavored exorcisms, Church Drunk has you covered. Join us for all that, plus a few rounds of our new favorite game, Cards Against Christianity!
So I've been thinking a bit about the saints after our first go-round with a "Drunk Lives of the Saints" podcast, which was rather, um...(sound of thesaurus pages flipping (yes, I have a paper thesaurus, because I am, genetically speaking, part brachiosaurus))...besotted. Sounds fancy and intelligent, right? Well, let's just go with that, then. ... Continue Reading →
In their first installment of "Drunk Lives of the Saints" Dizzy and Ges reCOUNT (Despite what Ges says, we don't "recant" the lives of the saints. We actually stand by them quite emphatically!) the lives and legends of St. Patrick and St. Brigid of Kildare. Join us in a toast (or ten) to the saints of the Emerald Isle!
“I should like a great lake of beer to give to God. I should like the angels of Heaven to be tippling there for all eternity. I should like the men of Heaven to live with me, to dance and sing. If they wanted I’d put at their disposal vats of suffering White cups of... Continue Reading →
On the anniversary of the day Jorge Mario Bergolio was elected pope and took the name Francis, I want to continue the list I started on Episode 3 of the podcast. To be honest, Ges and I didn't even realize on Friday that the anniversary of our current pope's election was right around the corner.... Continue Reading →