About Bill Snyder


Bill is the founder of Patchwork Heart Ministry (patchworkheart.org) a youth and young adult outreach organization that seeks to "sew hope into broken hearts." A Philadelphia native, he holds bachelors degrees in both Theology/Religious Studies and TV/Radio Production from the University of Scranton, PA. Bill is also a leader in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, and challenges young Catholics to be bold witnesses to the Catholic Faith.

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Love: The Best Thing We Do

In late March, one of my favorite TV shows, “How I Met Your Mother”, wrapped up it’s 9 year run on CBS. The series finale, like most things of this world, came to an end, albeit with much fanfare and debate by it’s devoted fan base about how Ted Mosby finally met his true love […]


Interview With Michael Stark: Truth & Life Bible

Last week, I had the privilege of interviewing Michael Stark, the Executive Producer of The Truth and Life Audio Bible and App. The audio bible is a dramatized reading, complete with original soundtrack and sound effects of the Catholic Edition of the NRSV Bible. It is brought to life by critically acclaimed hollywood actors like […]



You know, I think the first Commandment doesn’t get enough attention. We find ways to gloss over this commandment as a “given” in our prayer life. Most Catholics I know, myself included say “I know that one…I am the Lord your God, you shall not make any graven image of me…yadda, yadda, yadda…good I’ve done […]


Happiness vs. Joy

Savior 8 Hotels and Celestial Signs Promotions present the Gaudette Sunday Main Eternalweight Event. Introducing to you first the Challenger, standing to my left,  wearing the secular sapphire trunks weighing in at nine letters, three vowels with a record of zero souls satisfied the world’s best imitator of bliss…Happiness. His opponent in opposite corner, wearing […]



“It is better to be a kingmaker than king” is one of my dad’s favorite sayings. There is a lot of wisdom in that statement if we can understand what my dad means by being a “kingmaker.” He doesn’t use the terms in the traditional sense meaning someone who is owed something for helping someone […]