In this episode of The Cordial Catholic Podcast, I'm joined by Father Gregory Merkley, a diocesan priest of the Diocese of Hamilton in Ontario, Canada. We talk about Father Greg's spiritual journey, the blessing of the priesthood, and the incredible impact that the sacraments have had on his life.
Father Gregory was baptized Catholic, fell into practical atheism, and was eventually led back into the Catholic Church where his faith was absolutely set on fire–and eventually called him into the priesthood.
It's a great conversation and I hope you enjoy it thoroughly!
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