On the Road with the Catholic Guy


I am working on an article about Catholic singles and traveling. In my research I’ve talked to visiting priests, travel guides, frequent pilgrimage go-ers and even single Catholics who are going on their first international trip this year. But I was most excited to talk with frequent traveler Lino Rulli, the host of The Catholic Guy show, who recently took his show on the road. The Catholic Guy show has traveled to Haiti, Germany, and many places in the U.S. I am excited to hear about where they are traveling to next.

In my conversation with Lino we chatted about his new book, Saint, what it means to be a single Catholic and how traveling is a big part of his life. Lino describes many of the exotic places he has traveled to and even shares how these places have impacted his faith. And for those Catholic singles out there who are thinking about taking a pilgrimage soon, Lino has a message just for you.

Here is a sound bite of our conversation. Lino is funny, honest and real. I know you’ll enjoy listening.



  1. BethAnne-168224 January 20, 2014 Reply

    Me2 Alex. I’ve been listening to his podcast for months it’s awesome. I’m getting SiriusXM radio put in my car this week can’t wait!

  2. Alex-382372 January 11, 2014 Reply

    I LOVE the Catholic Guy show it’s the only reason I have a SiriusXM subscription. However Father excuse me Monsignor Rob needs to come back to the Show Fulltime.

  3. Dan-410503 January 11, 2014 Reply

    Absolutely worth keeping my SiriusXM subscription just for Lino’s show alone. Been a fan for many years!

  4. Robert-856893 January 10, 2014 Reply

    I listen to the show every day, except every other Friday; so keep it rolling Lino, you’re a great guy , man!

  5. Jacqueline-198 January 10, 2014 Reply

    I listen to Lino (and Fr. Rob) on my long commute home in the evenings, THE CATHOLIC CHANNEL on Sirius XM, what a hoot, God Bless Fr. Rob for putting up with Lino (oh wait…did I just say that?! LOL) just kidding, the show is funny and really real…must be fun travelling for work like that!!

  6. Lianna-1046399 January 10, 2014 Reply

    I pray I can travel this year! It is such a blessing in the way it stretches you out of your comfort zone and your previous knowledge. Plus you meet so many wonderful people!

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