"Let Me Be Frank" is a podcast from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport and Veritas Catholic Radio featuring the Most Reverend Frank J. Caggiano, Bishop of Bridgeport. Each weekly episode features Bishop Frank’s honest opinions about recent Catholic news, reflections on Sunday’s Gospel, questions from diocesan faithful, and frank discussion of topics of faith and Catholicism.
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Bless Bishop Caggiano for his uplifting, spirited and often funny talks! I’ve learned so much about my faith and recommend this podcast often.
Discovered this podcast during the coronavirus lockdown. Bishop Caggiano is truly a gifted speaker and has a way of connecting with his audience. Steve does a great job hosting. Nice to have a Q & A session at the end for listener questions that were sent in.
Bishop Caggiano is a gifted speaker. He doesn’t shy away from tough subjects and educated and informs the listener. He has to make some tough decisions but does so thoughtfully and with good reason. I may not agree with his decisions, but I respect his process.
I am so happy that the world now has a way to hear directly from Bishop Caggiano up close. His insights are very profound and the podcast really shows the authenticity of his spiritual life. I appreciate the length of the episodes since they really allow Bishop to go deep into topics and tell his great stories.
Bishop Caggiano’s straightforward speaking style and his amazing way of breaking down topics is on full (audio) display. My only complaint is that there’s only one episode per week. Thanks so much for starting this podcast—I eagerly await more episodes.
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Let Me Be Frank launched 3 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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