Episode 13

What's Grexly? & Being a Young Adult Catholic in a Secular World | CatholicTV's Kelsey Cronin


January 1st, 2020

43 mins 15 secs

Season 2

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About this Episode

Welcome back & happy New Year, To the Heights friends! Season 2 is here, and we're kicking it off with CatholicTV's own Director of Social Media and Marketing, Kelsey Cronin. Without her this podcast would not be a podcast–– and neither would any of CatholicTV's new podcasts on our new podcast platform, which launched today: Grexly. Go check out grexly.com for more of this podcast and seven others, including our podcast friend Tommy Tighe's St. Dympha's Playbook on Catholicism and mental health. Kelsey and Olivia chat about the idea behind the name Grexly, why it started, and the details of each of the 8 podcasts.

In this episode, Olivia asks Kelsey questions from young Catholic women on the transition from college to the adult working world as a young adult Catholic. They touch upon how working a 9-to-5 can change your faith life, the gift of working somewhere with daily Mass, how a BU Catholic Center sticker changed things for her in college, and how to juggle being faihtful in a secular world.

No vague answers in this episode! We're answering the big questions on being a young adult Catholic in the 21st century.

-https://www.grexly.com/ (Our brand new podcast division of CatholicTV!)
-http://www.brothercharles.org/wordpress/prayer-of-abandonment/ (prayer of abandonment)

What did you take away from this episode with Kelsey's story of reaching to the heights? Let us know at @ToTheHeightsCTV!

P.S. If you're at #SLS20, come listen to us record live at the Media Feed Booth tomorrow, Jan 2, at 5:30PM! And if not, tune into that episode next Monday morning. Keep on reaching to the heights!

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