Radio Archive #15: Summer Reading Lists and Lino Rulli

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In this episode: We take audience suggestions for summer reading and talk to Lino Rulli about his life as a single man, dating, and the expectations of marriage.

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3 comments on Radio Archive #15: Summer Reading Lists and Lino Rulli

  1. Barb in Nebraska says:

    Boy, I really enjoyed your visit with Lino. Someone once told me that that is one of the duties of a happily married couple, to help other’s, who are discerning the vocation to marriage, know what it’s all about.

  2. Richard says:

    Hello you guys. I’m just catching up to your podcast with Lino Rulli. I was in stitches listening to the conversation regarding the one question that has to come up when you are in the same little small room in the house with a throne in it.
    Oh how funny…and so true. After 30 years of marriage the questions still come up. Like..Do you have to go…(fill in the blank) or Did you spray?…or Do you do that at work? And if so why here? What did you eat?
    Yeah…the beat goes on and on and on and on…..
    Thanks for the belly laughs
    Rich

  3. Shelly K says:

    After attending the CNMC this past weekend, I pulled up your show and this was the first podcast I heard. Imagine my surprise when you opened with The Great Brain first on your summer reading list! We are reading that out loud in our house after dinner right now. My 6 yr and 9 yr old daughters love it! We’re on the 4th book in the series right now.

    Another good series for boys is (anything) by Lloyd Alexander. The Chronicles of Prydain has five books in the series, with a book of short stories written after. Westmark has 3 books in the series. Great story about coming of age, finding your self-identity.

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