Ask Me a Question on the Podcast

Asking a question is a great opportunity to not only seek an answer, but also to feature your own website or apostolate to thousands of readers and listeners at

If you’d like to leave a question and be featured on The Taylor Marshall Show, please follow the “ask a question” guidelines.

My advice on how to leave a GREAT question:

  1. State your first and last name and where you are calling from.
  2. Mention your website, apostolate, or blog address if you have one. (By the way, don’t mention “www,” just give the URL after that. For example, “Taylor Marshall Dot Com.”)
  3. Keep your question to the point. If it’s longer than 30 seconds, we won’t use it in the show.
  4. Please only ask ONE QUESTION per voicemail. If you have a second question, start over and leave another voicemail following the guidelines 1-3 above.

Here’s an example of a perfect listener voicemail question:

Hello, my name is Pope Francis and I’m calling from Vatican City. You can see what I’m up to at Taylor, I love reading your blog every morning after Holy Mass. I have a question. Who is your favorite Pope of all time? I look forward to your answer. I send my Apostolic Blessing to you and your family. Ciao!

It’s that easy! If you mess up, hang up and try again.

Click here to record a voice message.

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