The Top 5 Catholic Podcasts of 2014

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It’s always fun to see which topics were the most popular with yall.

Here are the Top 5 Podcasts from 2014 (sorted by most downloads):

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  1. My Opinion of Martin Luther
  2. A Podcast Against Bitter Catholics!
  3. Top Five Productivity Tips from Thomas Aquinas
  4. Total Consecration to Mary
  5. Did You Miss God’s Plan for Your Life?

Here are the next five “runner-ups” for 2014:

  1. 5 Tools for Deep Daily Prayer Life
  2. Your Guardian Angel
  3. How Was the Bible Assembled? (plus Joy joins me)
  4. The Seven Lies We Believe About Our Failures
  5. Mary’s Painless Delivery of Christ Explained
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