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The Catholic Guy

November 3, 2013
Angelo "Lino" Rulli, an American radio host, author, producer, and former television host, was born on October 26, 1971, to an Italian-American family in St. Paul, Minnesota. Lino went on to get a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications and a Master of Theology Degree from Saint John's University. He is currently the star of "The Catholic Guy" radio show airing on The Catholic Channel on Sirius XM Radio, and "Lino at Large" airing on The Catholic Channel and syndicated throughout North America. Lino was also the executive producer and host of the Emmy Award-winning television show "Generation Cross." In addition to his radio and television work, Rulli has released two books, "Sinner" and "Saint", both of which discuss Catholicism in a comedic tone through personal anecdotes. He is described by his friends as 'The Catholic Guy' because that is exactly what he is: an everyday Catholic guy with a fresh, fun, and often off-beat take on living out the faith in the world today. Get to know Lino and his world in this unique, out of the ordinary WITNESS interview with Fr. Thomas Rosica.
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