Lino Rulli (aka The Catholic Guy) shares his life stories as a guy who is trying his best to follow the church... but sometimes life gets in his way. He's not a straight-laced, by-the-book kind of Catholic, but more of what he perceives as an average guy, just trying to do his best.
I found his stories to be cute... the kind of thing I'd hear from a friend about their own life. The book didn't hold my attention, though- I'd read a chapter or two, switch off and read another entire book, and then pick this up again for a bit.
According to his bio, Rulli hosts The Catholic Guy, a three-hour show heard daily on SiriusXM Radio. I don't subscribe to that radio service, myself, but if I did, I have a feeling I'd enjoy his show.
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