CS#22: Fr. Joseph Classen Shares About Hunting For God, Fishing For The Lord

In this interview, Fr. Joe Classen shares about his spirituality in the outdoors.  He discusses why hunting brings one closer to nature and why game hunting is respectful to the animals and the environment. He tells why he hunts, and why he has learned many spiritual lessons from the outdoors.  He also talks about how he got started writing and what his future book projects are. 

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Hunting for God, Fishing for the Lord

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2 Responses to CS#22: Fr. Joseph Classen Shares About Hunting For God, Fishing For The Lord

  1. Lisa Hendey says:

    Chris,
    Although I’m neither a hunter nor a fisherman, I really enjoyed this show. I agree that being out in nature can be a very spiritual experience. Thanks for a great episode! Lisa

  2. Alberto M. Ramon says:

    I have been a hunter and fisherman all my life and along with my brothers and friends, we learned from our fathers. My father, Napoleon G. Ramon, grew up in the mountains of Coahuila, Mexico, near the city of Monclova, and because of the absense of schools due to the Mexican Revolution, he learned the arts of trapping, hunting and fishing.He never taught us to trap, but he did teach us hunting and fishing.
    The Great Chaparral of south Texas and northern Coahuila, particularly between Amistad and Zapata dams is overtaken by violence and crime.
    Read iUniverse’s novels; ON BOTH SIDES OF THE RIVER and THE MYSTERY OF LAWLESSNESS to consider a Roman Catholic prospective about the problems we face at the border and how they have poisoned the enjoyment of the outdoors in this very special wilderness.
    ALBERTO M. RAMON, lawyer, author and outdoorsman.

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