Guest Post: Why I Homebrew

Recently I was talking with a friend of mine who homebrews and also happens to be a fantastic priest. I thought it would be interesting to have Father Kyle Schnippel give us his take on the glory that is homebrewing. Father Kyle was ordained in 2004 and serves as the Vocation Director for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. You can find him on Twitter @fatherschnippel.

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Hello!  Don’t change that channel, your regular host will be back shortly, but Sarah was kind enough to allow me to fill in a ‘guest post’ over here at Catholic Drinkie. I’m honored to be asked!

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Wine to Cheer Men’s Hearts

Deacon Kyle Sanders (I like to affectionately call him Almost-Father since he will be ordained this summer God-willing) asked me if he could write a post about a wine as a symbol of divine love. He’s an incredible man of God so of course I agreed. I had no idea when he sent this over that it would MOVE MY HEART as much as it did. Thank you, Deacon, for your beautiful witness in all that you do. I’m praying for you as you approach ordination. Your friendship means a lot to me! Cheers.

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Guest Post: The Bible and Wine

Emily Kirchner contacted me recently to submit this guest post about wine and the Bible. I was happy to share her writing with y’all. Thanks, Emily! Enjoy!

Christian denominations have opposing views on the use of alcoholic beverages. Others openly prohibit the practice of drinking wine, while there are those who don’t necessarily forbid it, but rather warn their followers against drunkenness.

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