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Lino at Large

posted by awelborn

Go check out the website of Lino Rulli, who is reprinting some of his experiences from a year ago in Rome.



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JACK

posted April 4, 2006 at 4:57 pm


I first saw Lino on his show Generation Cross that used to air on catholic television stations around the country. BCTV in Boston was where I saw it. I always appreciated it as a complement to the typical talking heads or very devotional fare that most of our catholic television programming is. Lino’s radio show has the same humor and quirkiness to it. It’s worth catching!



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Mike Scott

posted April 4, 2006 at 5:29 pm


What a cool site! I had never heard of Lino before, but now I’m a fan. I’ll be visiting that site often.
This is what I dig about your blog, Amy. You introduce us to new and exciting people in the Catholic Church that deserve the attention.
Bravo Amy and Lino for what you do in the Church!



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Jason

posted April 4, 2006 at 5:31 pm


I loved “Generation Cross”. Lino was real and funny. Not a small feat, especially for a CATHOLIC show.



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katie

posted April 4, 2006 at 5:40 pm


I totally agree about Lino. Generation Cross was an absolute riot! I used to watch it all the time and my girlfriends and I couldn’t believe a Catholic tv show was out there which was so popular outside of the regular Catholic circles.
His website is awesome, too, though I wish he updated more than once a week.
I’ve been really touched by the daily updates of John Paul II’s death and funeral. Seeing those pictures brings me right back to the feelings I had last year.



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