I’m going to write a book!

On Friday, July 11, live from the CatholicTV studios in Boston, Mass, I announced that I will be writing a book with Liguori Publications. The book will be called The Catholic Drinkie’s Guide to Home-Brewed Evangelism and is planned to be released summer of 2015!

So now, the hard part … I have to write it all! To find out more, check out my interview below, keep checking back here or check out Liguori.org for more information!

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Catholic TV Live Appearance

On Friday, July 11 at 10:30am ET, I’ll be appearing live on Catholic TV for an interview. I’ll be making a very exciting announcement so please tune in! If you don’t get Catholic TV at home, have no fear … You’ll be able to livestream it here!

If you can’t watch live, no worries. You can watch the replay. I’ll post it as soon as I am able.

Can’t wait to share my news with y’all! Cheers.

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The Thing About Writing

I’m waking up on this rainy, Sunday May morning to thoughts of how to get into a better pattern of blogging and writing.

(Sidenote: I wrote this post on the ‘quick draft’ here in WordPress and when I clicked the ‘Save Draft’ button, it shot me back an error and cleared the screen. Worst feeling ever! So here is my second attempt to write what is floating around in my thoughts this morning; though in my efforts to recreate, I am woefully falling short.)

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Review: Spencer Trappist Ale

Spencer Brewery, run by the monks at Saint Joseph’s Abbey, a Trappist monastery, in Spencer, Massachusetts launched in early 2014 producing just 1 beer, Spencer Trappist Ale. Since that time, I’ve been working on ways to get my hands on some of the work of the only official Trappist Brewery outside of Europe since they only distribute in Massachusetts. Thankfully, some kind friends shared their loot with me so that I would be able to write about it for the blog.

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Welcome to the NEW Catholic Drinkie!

After quite a long absence, the Catholic Drinkie blog is active once again!

For whatever reason, I had convinced myself that maintaining a website/blog was a lot harder than it actually is. So I am back for a third time to try this consistent blogging thing.

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