The Faith Full Podcast tells true stories about the Catholic faith in today’s world through compelling, high-quality, narrative storytelling.

We were featured in Our Sunday Visitor’s article on quality Catholic podcasts. We’ve also won four Gabriel Awards from the Catholic Media Association in 20202021, and 2023. (For Episode 6, Episode 9, Episode 15 and as a runner-up for best podcast in 2023!)

The independent, listener-supported project is hosted and produced by Tony Ganzer. He spent many years as a public radio host, and is a Catholic by choice and upbringing. He reported on many things over 16 years in the US and Europe, from Swiss Parliament to the plight of refugees. Religion and faith have always held a special place.

A story from our first episode about a chance encounter in a Denny’s might help set the table for you. You can get a more personal insight into the project in this episode. You might also pray a virtual Rosary and hear about the podcast in this episode of Many Hail Marys at a Time.

‘The best antidotes to falsehoods are not strategies, but people: people who are not greedy but ready to listen, people who make the effort to engage in sincere dialogue so that the truth can emerge; people who are attracted by goodness and take responsibility for how they use language..’

Pope Francis, 24 January 2018

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Montreal’s Oldest Church: Our Lady of Good Help (Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours)

As a Catholic, there’s something comforting about facing the windswept contours of Canada’s St. Lawrence River, in all its power, and then seeing the Blessed Virgin Mary keeping watch from atop a chapel, leading us to her Son, Jesus Christ. The chapel of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours (Our Lady of Good Help) is Montreal’s oldest stone church, sitting …

Panhandling and Christian Duty: the Society of St. Vincent de Paul’s approach to works of mercy

Christian duty and panhandlers. What’s the right thing to do? For a long time I’ve struggled when approached by panhandlers, people on the street asking for money. I want to help, but I don’t want to be taken advantage of, or feed an addiction, or endanger myself. As a Catholic, as a Christian, I know …