Catholic Podcast exploring Radical Discipleship

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The best Catholic podcast is the one that helps you find wholeness and make sense of the mess of radical discipleship. Here at Messy Jesus Business podcast, we are dedicated to serving as a resource for you as we all explore the mess of radical Gospel living.

Messy Jesus Business: Ecumenical Christian Podcast

Podcast host Sister Julia Walsh, a Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration based in Chicago, has a new episode every other week, with blog posts provided on alternate weeks, written by her and members of our Christian creative team.

If you’re searching for a religious podcast unafraid to ask the tough questions, a Catholic podcast featuring thought leaders in Christianity, or a Christian podcast aimed at helping us better understand radical discipleship, you’ve come to the right place. At Messy Jesus Business, we humbly aim to produce the best Catholic podcast about radical discipleship.

Catholic Faith Leaders, Authors and More

Our esteemed guests include Catholic faith leaders, authors, activists, visionaries and radical disciples who practice Gospel living through their life’s work. Here are some of the guests who have joined us for our podcast:

  • Father James Martin
  • Author Jon Sweeny
  • Father Adam Bucko
  • Author D.L. Mayfield
  • Author Shane Claiborne
  • Author Marlena Graves
  • Poet Pádraig O’Tuama
  • and many more!

Christian podcast themes that matter

Our Christian podcast explores topics that matter in our complex world, including:

  • social justice
  • human rights
  • contemplation
  • ministry
  • community service
  • peacemaking
  • modern discipleship of Jesus

A Catholic podcast unafraid of the mess

The Messy Jesus Business Catholic podcast drops every other Thursday, and is available on this website and wherever you find your podcasts.

You can also subscribe to our podcast here.

Learn more about our foundress and podcast host, Sister Julia Walsh through her bio; you can also read about her in the news. Or, explore some of Sister Julia Walsh’s published works.