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The Catholic Church Through the Ages

In 15 Audio on 2015/08/28 at 12:00 AM

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

Fr. Charles P. Connor, Ph.D., offers an historical overview of the significant events and personages contained within the first 15 centuries of the Catholic Church’s existence. Events include the Church’s founding by Christ in the first century through the Reformation and Counter Reformation in the 16th century.

The Catholic Church through the Ages

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1.

The World in Which the Church Was Born 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the influence of the Roman Empire on the civilization of first century Europe and the Mediterranean Basin at the time of Christ and Early Church.

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The Spread of Christianity 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the spread of Christianity from the Holy Land to Rome, Greece and parts of Asia Minor largely due to the missionary journeys of St. Paul. Rome becomes the center of the Christian religion not because it was the center of the Roman Empire, but because Ss. Peter and Paul died there.

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The Church in Rome and Beyond 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the teaching and Christian witness of the lives of the Fathers of the Church, Ss. Justin Martyr and Ignatius of Antioch. The role of the Roman Catacombs in the life of the Early Church is explored.

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The Growth of Apostolic Authority, Part One 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the selection of the 12 Apostles by Our Lord and informs as to the contributions of the Fathers of the Church, Ss. Clement of Rome, Cyprian of Carthage, and Irenaeus of Lyons. The role of Deacons in the life and ministry of the Church is explored.

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The Growth of Apostolic Authority, Part Two 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the role of Synods or gatherings of bishops in Jerusalem, Alexandria and Antioch. He examines the place given to significant churches, such as St. Peter’s, and the Cathedral of Rome, St. John Lateran. The contributions of Emperor Constantine are noted as well as his capital of Constantinople. Finally, the works of Ss. Leo the Great, Cyprian, Irenaeus and Gregory the Great are mentioned.

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Heresies and Councils 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the contributions of the Fathers of the Church, Ss. Athanasius, Jerome, Ambrose, Augustine, and Cyril of Alexandria. The theological terms homoousious, hypostatic union and Theotokos explain the relation of the divine and human natures of Christ, as well as the related doctrine of Mary as truly the Mother of God.

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Augustine and Monasticism 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the influence of the monastic life on the spirituality of the Church in general, led by Ss. Augustine, Anthony of Egypt, Basil, Martin of Tours, Benedict and Columba.

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Introduction to the Middle Ages and English Monasticism 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the life of the Church in the Middle Ages, with particular attention given to the influences of Frankish ruler Charles Martel and King Oswald of Northumbria, as well as the contributions of Ss. Gregory the Great, Augustine of Canterbury, Ethelbert, Bede, Cuthbert, Aidan, Columba and Hilda of Whitby.

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The Political Middle Ages, East-West Split, Gregorian Reforms 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Beginning with the capture of Rome by Visigoth King Alaric I in 410 AD, Fr. Connor discusses the significant events during the reign of Clovis I, King of the Franks (481–511) who unified Gaul as a single kingdom and established his capital at Paris. His name, Gallicized as “Louis,” was given to 18 later French monarchs. In 910, the monastery of Cluny was founded and began to initiate reforms. In 1054, Pope Leo IX and Eastern Patriarch Michael Cerularius excommunicated each other, and Roman Catholicism and the Orthodox Church have been formally divided since. In modern times, Pope Paul VI and John Paul II have reached out to the Orthodox, bringing about closer ties.

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The Later Middle Ages 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the Crusades as eight expeditions undertaken, in fulfillment of a solemn vow, to deliver the Holy Places from Islamic control: the first, 1095-1101; the second, headed by Louis VII, 1145-47; the third, conducted by Philip Augustus and Richard Coeur-de-Lion, 1188-92; the fourth, during which Constantinople was taken, 1204; the fifth, which included the conquest of Damietta, 1217; the sixth, in which Frederick II took part (1228-29); also Thibaud de Champagne and Richard of Cornwall (1239); the seventh, led by St. Louis, 1249-52; the eighth, also under St. Louis, 1270. Next Connor describes the significant monastic influence, teaching and preaching of Ss. Norbert, Bruno, Bernard of Clairvaux, Francis of Assisi, Dominic Guzman, and Albert the Great.

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The Thirteenth Century Continues 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the theological influence of St. Thomas Aquinas, as well as the spirituality of Juliana of Norwich. The Avignon Papacy, 1309-1378 was the period during which the Bishop of Rome, the Pope, lived in Avignon, now a part of France. The removal of the Papacy to Avignon was justified at the time as owing to the factious tumults at Rome, where the dissensions of the Roman aristocrats and their armed gangs reached a nadir, and the Basilica of St. John Lateran was destroyed in a fire. The ‘Babylonian captivity’, in Petrarch’s phrase, marks the point from which the decay of the strictly Catholic conception of the Pope as universal bishop is to be dated, because the Avignon popes seemed largely concerned with France only. Seven popes, all French, resided in Avignon during this period: Pope Clement V, John XXII, Benedict XII,Clement VI, Innocent VI, Urban V and Gregory XI. In 1378, with the encouragement of St. Catherine of Siena, Gregory XI moved the papal residence back to Rome and died there.

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The Renaissance 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the period of the Renaissance, occurring within in the 15th and 16th centuries. The “rebirth” of art in Italy was connected with the rediscovery of ancient philosophy, literature, and science and the evolution of empirical methods of study in these fields. Increased awareness of classical knowledge created a new resolve to learn by direct observation and study of the natural world. Consequently, secular themes became increasingly important to artists, and with the revived interest in antiquity came a new repertoire of subjects drawn from Greek and Roman history and mythology. The models provided by ancient buildings and works of art also inspired the development of new artistic techniques and the desire to re-create the forms and styles of classical art. Of special interest are the Vatican Library, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica

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The Reformation 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the Reformation, the usual term for the religious movement which made its appearance in Western Europe in the sixteenth century, and which, while ostensibly aiming at an internal renewal of the Church, really led to a great revolt against it, and an abandonment of the principal Christian beliefs. The Reformation was inaugurated in Germany when Luther affixed his celebrated theses to the doors of the church at Wittenberg, 31 October, 1517.

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The English Reformation 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Following the Counter-Reformation 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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In the period following the Counter-Reformation, Fr. Connor studies the documents of the Council of Trent, as well as the heroic example of the lives of the saints: Ignatius, Francis Xavier, Philip Neri, Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross, Francis de sales, Jane de Chantal, Therese of Lisieux, Vincent de Paul, and Blaise Pascal.

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The Internal Life of the 17th Century Church 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Here Fr. Connor describes the Sacred Heart devotion, including the 12 promises given by Jesus in a vision to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. Contributions to this devotion are also noted by her spiritual director Claude de la Colombiere and a connection is made to the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, as mentioned by Pope John Paul II.

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17th Century Catholic Spirituality 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr Connor contrasts the life and thought of Voltaire, with that of John Carroll, Benedict Joseph Labre, Paul of the Cross, and Alphonsus Liguori, whose order promoted the devotion to Our Lady of Perpetual Help.

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Church and State in Europe: 17th-18th Century 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the lives of King James I, Charles I, Oliver Cromwell, Charles II, James II, William of Orange, William and Mary, Louis XIV, Napoleon, Louis XVI and Pope Pius VII.

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The Napoleonic Era 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the lives of Napoleon, Pius VII and Fr. Felicite de Lamennais, and also notes for Europe the consequences of the Congress of Vienna.

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The Church in the 1830s 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Here Fr Connor contrasts the life works of John Vianney, King Ludwig I of Bavaria, Anne Catherine Emmerich, Catherine Laboure, King George IV, Daniel O’Connell, Cardinal Newman, Cardinal Manning, and Fr. Faber.

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The Era of Political Revolution 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr Connor describes the historical actions of William I of Belgium, Felicite de Lamennais, Lacordaire, Gregory XIV, Mazzini, Rossi, Cardinal Antonelli, Napoleon and Victor Emmanuel.

22.

The First Vatican Council 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr Connor discusses the historical contributions of Felicite De Lamennais, Veuillot, Mantalembert, and Pius IX.

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The Church in the Late 19th Century 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the historical figures of Bismarck, Leo XIII, Leon Gambetta, Gueranger, Bernadette Soubirous, Dr. Alexis Carrel, Franz Werfel, and Margaret Mary Alacoque.

24.

The Church Faces Industrialization 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr Connor describes the historical phenomena of industrialization, World War I, the October Revolution and World War II, as well as distinguishing between the personalities of Hegel, Pius XI, Hitler, Pius XII, Leo XIII and Cardinal Gibbons.

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The Church Enters the 20th Century 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor relates the contributions of Gueranger, Marmion, Romano Guardini, Pius X, Pius XII, Emperor Franz Joseph, Thomas Aquinas, Leo XIII, Cardinal Mercier, as well as the philosphical thought of Descartes, Kant, and John Locke.

26.

The Second Vatican Council and its Aftermath 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the contributions of John XXIII, as well as that of the Vatican II documents, Lumen Gentium, Dei Verbum, Orientalium Ecclesiarum, Sacrosanctum Concilium, Gravissimum Educationis, Unitatis Redintegratio, Gaudium et Spes, Ad Gentes, and Inter Mirifica.

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The Legacy of John Paul II 

Host – Fr. Charles Connor

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Fr. Connor discusses the personalities of Karl Barth and Pope John Paul II, as well as the influence attributed to the documents, Gaudium et Spes, Redemptor Hominis, Tertio Millennio Adveniente, Evangelium Vitae, Veritatis Splendor, Dominus Iesus, Ecclesia de Eucharistia, and Presbyterorum Ordinis.

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Introduction to the Devout Life by St. Francis de Sales

In 15 Audio on 2015/07/31 at 12:00 AM

Please click on this URL to access the audio to this book: http://archive.org/details/IntroDevout

When you do so, you will be able to access each of the chapters below:

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Preface
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Bk. 1: Ch. 1: Description of True Devotion.
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Ch. 2: The Properties and Excellence of Devotion.
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Ch. 3: Devotion suitable to all vocations and professions.
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Ch. 4: On the necessity of a guide on our entrance and through our progress in a devout life.
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Ch. 5: On the First Step – Purifying the Soul.
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Ch. 6: On the First Purification – that of mortal sin.
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Ch. 7: Of the Second Purification – from the affections of sin.
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Ch. 8: How to effect this Second Purification.
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Ch. 9: Meditation 1 – On Creation.
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Ch. 10: Meditation 2 – On the purpose for which we are created.
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Ch. 11: Meditation 3 – On the mercies of God.
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Ch. 12: Meditation 4 – On Sin.
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Ch. 13: Meditation 5 – On Death.
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Ch. 14: Meditation 6 – On Judgment.
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Ch. 15: Meditation 7 – On Hell.
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Ch. 16: Meditation 8 – On Paradise.
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Ch. 17: Meditation 9 – On the Choice of Paradise.
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Ch. 18: Meditation 10 – Concerning the soul’s choice of a devout life.
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Ch. 19: Concerning General Confession
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Ch. 20: A protestation for fixing in the mind a resolution to serve God after Confession.
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Ch. 21: Conclusion of the First Purification
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Chs. 22-24: That we must lay aside our disposition toward venial sin. That we must purify ourselves from the taste for useless and dangerous things. On purifying ourselves from evil inclinations.
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Bk. 2: Ch. 1: On the necessity of prayer.
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Chs. 2-9: Mental prayer instructions. Goes with the exercises in Bk. 1.
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Ch. 10: A Morning Exercise.
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Ch. 11: Evening Exercise and examination of conscience.
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Chs. 12-13: Concerning Spiritual Retreat. Concerning aspiration and short prayers and holy thoughts.
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Chs. 14-16: Concerning Holy Mass and how to hear it. On other public services. On the invocation of saints.
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Chs. 17-18: How to hear and read the Word of God. How to receive inspirations.
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Ch. 19: Concerning holy Confession.
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Chs. 20-21: On frequent Communion. How to receive Communion.

Reasons for the Hope Within

In 15 Audio on 2015/07/24 at 12:00 AM

Host – Rosalind Moss

From the heart of a Jewish Evangelical convert to the Catholic Church comes the program, Reasons for Our Hope, based on St. Peter’s exhortation to: “Sanctify (set apart) Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence” (1 Pet. 3:15).

Reasons for the Hope Within

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1.

Introduction to the Gospel of Luke 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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This is a thrilling study of the Jewish roots of our faith, taught by a Hebrew-Catholic, and seen through the heart of St. Luke who writes his Gospel to demonstrate that Christ, the Jewish Messiah, came from Israel, for Israel, and for the whole world.

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The Announcement of the Birth of the Herald of Messiah! (Luke 1:1-25) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Four hundred years before Christ, God told the people of Judah that He would send a messenger, a herald, to prepare the way for Israel’s long-awaited Messiah. Here, at last, is the announcement of his birth—the birth of John the Baptist—the herald of heralds!

3.

The Annunciation (Luke 1:26-38) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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In the greatest announcement ever made to a creature, the angel Gabriel appears to a young Jewish maiden to inform her that she would give birth to the Son of the Most High—the Son of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob who, prior to now, no man could look upon and live.

4.

The Visitation (Luke 1:39-56) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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In what has become known as the Second Joyful Mystery, we’ll meet two Jewish women who were not afraid to trust the power of God in their lives to do the miraculous. One, an older woman past child-bearing age would bear the herald of the Messiah; the other, a virgin, would bear the Messiah himself.

5.

The Birth of John the Baptist (Luke 1:57-80) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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We are about to witness the birth of the greatest man who ever lived, the one of whom our Lord Himself said, “among those born of women none is greater than John.” Come meet this one, chosen to “make the crooked ways straight” for the long-awaited Messiah of Israel, the son of David, the Lord Himself.

6.

The Birth, Circumcision, Presentation, and Finding of Our Lord. (Luke 2:1-52) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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All that has gone before—the setting of Luke’s Gospel, the Annunciation of the angel Gabriel to Mary, the Visitation of Mary to Elizabeth, the birth of John the Baptist—has been preparation for the moment we are about to enter: the birth of the Savior of the world.

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The Preaching & Imprisonment of Messiah’s Herald (Luke 3:1-20) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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We are about to see the life and ministry of a man who gave his all for Christ, a man who will be known for all time as the herald of the Messiah, the one God chose from all eternity to be the “voice crying in the wilderness” that the world might recognize and receive the Savior of mankind.

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The Baptism and Genealogy of the Messiah (Luke 3:21-38) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Over 1,000 years ago, Joshua led the people of Israel through the Jordan River into the Promised Land. We are about to witness not only the baptism of Joshua’s Lord in that same Jordan, but the manifestation of the Triune of Israel—the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

9.

The Temptation of Jesus in the Wilderness (Luke 4:1-13) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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The Temptation of Jesus in the Wilderness (Luke 4:1-13)

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The Beginning of Messiah’s Preaching and Healing Ministry: from The Wilderness to the Synagogue (Luke 4:14-5:26) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Nowhere do we have a clearer example that the Messiah “came to his own home, and his own people received him not.” From healing, to casting out demons, to the call of his disciples, to the forgiveness of a paralytic, Jesus demonstrates over and over again that He is God indeed, who came that we might have life.

11.

The Lord of the Sabbath (Luke 5:27-6:11) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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From the conversion of Matthew—the wonderful story of a hated, despised tax collector who was among the outcasts of Israel—to the rejection of the religious leaders, comes the lesson that even those zealous for the laws of God can lose sight of the God they serve.

12.

The Calling of the Twelve Apostles & the Sermon on the “Plain”(Luke 6:12-49) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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The Calling of the Twelve Apostles & the Sermon on the “Plain” (Luke 6:12-49) The same God who appeared to Israel through Moses on Mt. Sinai, now appears to that same nation on mount in Galilee. Yet far from being fearful, many are healed. Who is this Man who speaks like no man has ever spoken and who takes the Ten Commandments to heights and depths never before imagined?

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Healings, Miracles, Forgiveness: “God Has Visited His People!” (Luke 7:1-8:21) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Healings, Miracles, Forgiveness: “God Has Visited His People!” (Luke 7:1-8:21) From the healing of the centurion’s slave, to the raising of a son en route to his funeral, to the forgiveness of the woman who washed our Lord’s feet with her hair, rightly did the people of Israel exclaim: “God has visited his people!”

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From Power over Nature, Demons, and Death to the Feeding of the Five Thousand (Luke 8:22-9:17) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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“Who then is this, that he commands even wind and water, and they obey him?” Who indeed. We will see in this lesson that this radical Jew, this prophet, this Messiah who heals the sick, who raises the dead, and before whom demons flee is indeed God in human flesh.

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“Upon This Rock I Will Build My Church” (Luke 9:18-27) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Who or what is the “rock” upon which Jesus would build his Church? Here is a thrilling look into the Jewish context of our Lord’s words to Peter, words the disciples would have understood from their own history and from Israel’s longing.

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The Path of Discipleship and the Transfiguration (Luke 9:21-36) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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What does it mean to take up our cross daily and follow Him? Is discipleship a call for a chosen few or for everyone who would call himself a Christian, a follower of the Christ? Join us as we look at the joys, hindrances and worthy end of giving our all to the One who gave His all for us.

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Lessons from the Messiah as He “Sets His Face” Toward Jerusalem (Luke 9:37-10:42) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Jerusalem is our Lord’s destination as he sets out on a journey that will end with his death. We’ll follow the Savior as He casts out demons, is rejected by the Samaritans, encounters a few would-be followers, and pays a needed visit to the home of Martha and Mary. Here is much food and blessing at the feet of the Master.

18.

The “Our Father” The Gospel in a Jewish Prayer (Luke 11:1-13) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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The “Our Father”—also known as the “Lord’s Prayer”—has been called both the greatest prayer and the greatest model for prayer ever given. If your mind ever wanders at prayer or if your prayers tend to become mechanical, here in this lesson is the cure and restoration for the Christian soul.

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The Ultimate Rejection of the Messiah by Those He Came to Save (Luke 11:14-54) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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In an almost unthinkable turn of events, the scribes and Pharisees accuse Jesus of casting out demons by the power of the devil. Our Lord responds with a list of “Woes!” which He alone can speak to the nation that gave Him birth. It is no God of love that would leave the scribes and Pharisees, or us, content in our sin.

20.

How Not to Reject the Messiah (Luke 12:1-59) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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We look this week not only at how not to reject our Lord, but, more, how to love Him, how to grow in our faith, how to know freedom and happiness in this life beyond all we’ve thought possible. Here is a practical “how-to” of how to live as pilgrims in this world, with our hearts set on the world that will never end.

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“O Jerusalem, Jerusalem …How oft I would have gathered you!” (Luke 13:1-35) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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In one of the most heartrending passages in all of Scripture, we see the grief of the Savior who came for his own, yet his own received him not. Here is the remedy for the poverty of sin, of apathy, of living a life contrary to God’s will and of being on the path that seems right to a man, but whose end is the way of death.

22.

The Cost of Being Christ’s Disciple (Luke 14:1-35) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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What does it take to live a life that is consistent with our desire to love the Savior who gave himself for us and who never stops loving us, no matter how many times we fail? Join us in discovering how we can lose our lives in order to gain them; how we can to die to self that we might live to God.

23.

The Prodigal Love of God for Every Lost Soul (Luke 15:1-32) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Here is the Father’s love for sinners illustrated by three parables: a lost sheep, a lost coin, and a lost son. No matter who we are, what our background, or how far we’ve strayed, God waits—longs—to welcome back with outstretched arms, the one who returns to him with a humble and contrite heart.

24.

Heavenly Attitudes toward Earthly Goods (Luke 16:1-31) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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All that we are and have comes from God. Our Lord teaches that we are to be stewards of His manifold gifts, and that we must be as clever and diligent in storing up riches for heaven as those of this evil generation are in storing up treasures on earth.

25.

Messiah’s Mobile Yeshiva en Route to Jerusalem (Luke 17:1-19) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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In their last year of studies with the Master Rabbi, Jesus teaches his disciples lessons they would need for a time when he would no longer be with them—lessons on the responsibilities, the privileges, and the gratitude of faith. Our Lord teaches them, and us, that what is impossible with men is indeed possible with God.

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Warning! Be Prepared for the Coming of the Son of Man (Luke 17:20-18:14) 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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The Second Coming of the Messiah is sometimes as difficult for people of our day to believe as it was for the people of Israel in our Lord’s day. Jesus assures his disciples and us that he who came as a dying Lamb will indeed return as a victorious King, and warns of the dangers of not being prepared for His Coming.

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Keys to the Kingdom: The Receptivity of a Child and the Riches of Poverty – Luke 18:15-30 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Many people live only for this world. Rosalind Moss continues her study of the Gospel of Luke by showing how God wants us to live for the world to come. Using the example of the little children and the young rich man, Jesus tells us we are to rely on Him instead of our own devices.

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Much is Expected of the One to Whom Much is Given – Luke 18:31-19:28 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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We receive many gifts from God. In the Gospel of Luke, Rosalind Moss show that Our Lord expects us to use the gifts He gives us to spread His Gospel message and not just coast through life ignoring the needs of others.

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Palm Sunday: The Humble Advent of the Triumphal King – Luke 19:29-44 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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Our Savior is about to make His triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Rosalind Moss uses the Gospel of Luke to explain how Christ came humbly as a suffering servant to redeem the world and will come again in glory at the end of the world.

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Monday and Tuesday of Holy Week: Our Lord’s Love for an Obstinate People – Luke 19:45-21:4 

Host – Rosalind Moss

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With His crucifixion only days away, Jesus Christ prepared for His death. Rosalind Moss guides you through the Gospel of Luke and shows how even now Our Lord gave one final warning, calling for repentance of the people of Israel.

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Apologetics 101 – Host: John Martignoni

In 15 Audio on 2015/07/17 at 12:00 AM

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1. What does the word “Apologetics” mean?
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2. Are there any basic rules for doing apologetics?
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3. What should I keep in mind when I’m trying to defend my faith?
Host – John Martignoni apologetics103.mp3
4. Cafeteria catholicism
Host – John Martignoni apologetics104.mp3
5. Why do Catholics have crucifixes.
Host – John Martignoni apologetics105.mp3
6. Are Adam and Eve “just myths”?
Host – John Martignoni apologetics106.mp3
7. Literalist vs. Literal meaning of Scripture
Host – John Martignoni apologetics107.mp3
8. “Faith alone”, “Works alone”, or none of the above?
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9. Are Catholics saved?
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10. Is Baptism only symbolic.
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11. “Left Behind”
Host – John Martignoni apologetics111.mp3
12. Did Jesus have brothers and sisters?
Host – John Martignoni apologetics112.mp3
13. Man-made traditions
Host – John Martignoni apologetics113.mp3

Edith Stein: A Historical Perspective – Host: Fr. Charles Conner

In 15 Audio on 2015/07/10 at 12:00 AM

 

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1. Edith Stein:An Historical Perspective Part 1
Host – Fr. Charles Connor eshp1.mp3
2. Edith Stein:An Historical Perspective Part 2
Host – Fr. Charles Connor eshp2.mp3

The Seeds of Abraham

In 15 Audio on 2015/07/10 at 12:00 AM

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1. Abraham Part I
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham01.mp3
Abram – God’s call/his weakness and fidelity
2. Abraham Part II
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham02.mp3
Abram – Living the Promise of God
3. Abraham Part III
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham03.mp3
Abraham – New Covenant with Abraham
4. Abraham Part IV
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham04.mp3
Abraham – Isaac
5. Abraham Part V
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham05.mp3
Isaac – Jacob and Essau
6. Isaac
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham06.mp3
Isaac – Jacob and Essau II
7. Jacob Part I
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham07.mp3
Jacob waits for Rachel (Jacob the trickster is tricked.)
8. Jacob Part II
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham08.mp3
Conflicts in the family
9. Jacob Part III
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham09.mp3
Problems Jacob and his family encounter on their return
10. Joseph
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham10.mp3
Joseph is sold into slavery
11. Joseph Part II
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham11.mp3
Joseph in slavery – The Lord is with him
12. Joseph Part III
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham12.mp3
Joseph meets his brothers
13. Joseph Part IV
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham13.mp3
Joseph reconciles with his brothers
14. Joseph Part V
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham14.mp3
The death of Jacob
15. Moses Part I
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham15.mp3
The killing of Hebrew boys and the birth of Moses in the book of Exodus
16. Moses Part II
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham16.mp3
Moses’ call
17. Moses Part III
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham17.mp3
Moses meets Aaron and the people and begins to lead his people
18. Moses Part IV
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham18.mp3
Pharoah’s heart hardens
19. Moses Part V
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham19.mp3
Pharaoh lets Yawheh’s people go
20. Moses Part VI
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham20.mp3
The First Born of Yahweh begin their journey
21. Moses Part VII
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham21.mp3
Yahweh delivers the Israelites and leads them through the desert
22. Moses Part VIII
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham22.mp3
Travels and reunion with Jethro
23. Moses Part IX
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham23.mp3
The law
24. Moses and idolatry
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham25.mp3
The golden calf and the founding of the priestly class of the Levites
25. Moses and Our Lord
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.
seedofabraham26.mp3
The presence of the Lord passes by Moses

 

Fides et Ratio

In 15 Audio on 2015/06/26 at 12:00 AM

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1.Part One
Host – Dr. Timothy O’Donnell, Dr. William Marshner, and Fr. George Rutler 
fides_1.mp3

2.Part Two
Host – Dr. Timothy O’Donnell, Dr. John Cuddeback, and Fr. George Rutler 
fides_2.mp3

 

Great Heresies by Fr. Charles Connor

In 15 Audio on 2015/06/12 at 12:00 AM
The Great Heresies
Host – Fr. Charles Connor
In the series, The Great Heresies, Fr. Charles Connor of the Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania examines how the Catholic Church has handled issues of heresy throughout its history, thereby providing a clarified understanding of the deposit of faith.

1.What Is Heresy? Part One
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_01.mp3Fr. Connor cites St. Thomas Aquinas on the definition and nature of heresy as deviation from the whole and entire, universal Catholic Faith. He distinguishes between formal and material heresy, apostasy and schism.

2.What Is Heresy? Part Two
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_02.mp3Here Fr. Connor explores what the Bible says about heresy and those who espouse heretical tenets. The inspired writers seek to protect the full revelation made by Christ to His Church.

3.The Early Heresies
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_03.mp3Fr Connor explains the early heresies known as Gnosticism, Marcionism and Manichaeism.

4.The Church Fathers and Heresy
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_04.mp3In the effort to declare the true Faith over and above the errors of heresies such as Docetism, Fr. Connor focuses on the works of St. Augustine, Tertullian, St. Ambrose of Milan, St. Jerome and St. John Chrysostom.

5.Heresies of the Fourth and Fifth Centuries, Part One
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_05.mp3Fr. Connor gives a treatment of Arianism, a heresy which stated that Jesus was the perfect creature, but not God. St. Athanasius defends the divinity of Christ.

6.Heresies of the Fourth and Fifth Centuries, Part Two
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_06.mp3Here Fr Connor discusses the heresies known as Monothelitism, Donatism and Pelagianism. St. Augustine worked to champion the true Faith.

7.Iconoclasm
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_07.mp3Fr Connor examines the period of the Iconoclastic Controversy, from 725-843 A.D., in which there were alternating periods of icon desecration and recovery, succeeded by the 7th Ecumenical Council of Nicea and the eventual triumph of the Iconophiles, resulting in the Feast of Orthodoxy. The works of Andrei Rublev and Theophanes the Greek are noted for their splendor in depicting divine realities.

8.The Great Schism of the Eleventh Century
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_08.mp3Fr Kilian introduces us to the theological and political reasons for the 1054 split between Eastern and Western Christianity. The Church today seeks to actively promote the cause of Christian unity.

9.The Military Response to Heresy: The Crusades
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_09.mp3Fr. Connor explains that the Crusades were intended for the defense of Western Europe as well as a means to secure safety and access to revered Christian sites in the Holy Land. The diplomacy of St. Francis of Assisi gains the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land, which lasts to this day.

10.The Papacy Returns to Rome: Rise of Schism and Heresy
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_10.mp3Fr Kilian introduces us the history involved in the late 14th and early 15th centuries, including Pope Gregory XI returning the papacy from Avignon to Rome in 1377 after a meeting with St. Catherine of Siena. The Great Western Schism then took place from 1378-1417, as rival claimants to the papacy plunged the Church into turmoil. In this period the Church deals with the works of William of Ockham, John Wycliffe and Jan Hus.

11.The Inquisition
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_11.mp3In addition to giving a treatment on Albigensianism in early 13th century France, Fr. Connor discusses the reasons the Church through Pope Gregory IX established the Inquisition. The roles of Church and state are discussed in the handling of heresy.

12.The Reformation, Part One
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_12.mp3Fr. Connor introduces the major figures involved in the period of the Reformation: Martin Luther, Pope Leo X, Frederick of Saxony, Ulrich Zwinglii, John Calvin, Henry VIII, St. Thomas More, St. John Fisher and Elizabeth I.

13.The Reformation, PartTwo
Host – Fr. Charles Connorgrthr_13.mp3Fr. Connor continues his introduction to the major figures involved in the period of the Reformation: Martin Luther, Franz Kolb, King Christian II of Denmark, Gustavus Vasa, Olaf Petersson, King Francis I of France, Cardinal Richelieu, Vittoria Colonna in Italy, Emperor Charles V, Edward VI and Queen Mary Tudor.

  V.  VARIOUS  SOURCES

Catholic Culture News http://www.catholicculture.org/news/

Papal Encyclicals On Line http://www.papalencyclicals.net/

Catholic Library: Documents http://www.newadvent.org/library/

Holy See http://www.vatican.va/phome_en.htm

Vatican News Service http://www.vatican.va/news_services/index.htm

ZENITH: The World Seen From Rome http://www.zenit.org/index.php?l=english

Christian Faith and Demonology  http://christianfaithanddemonology.blogspot.com/

Spiritual Motherhood http://norprov.org/spirituality/forpriests.pdf

2 WRITINGS OF SAINTS

Newman APOLOGIA PRO VITA SUA http://www.gutenberg.org/files/19690/19690-h/19690-h.htm

Newman: STUDY OF A CONVERT http://www.gutenberg.org/files/24574/24574-h/24574-h.htm

Newman CALLISTA http://www.gutenberg.org/files/30664/30664-h/30664-h.html

Newman PRIVATE JUDGEMENThttp://saints.sqpn.com/private-judgment-by-blessed-john-henry-newman/

Newman CERTAIN DIFFICULTIES FELT BY ANGLICANS IN CATHOLIC TEACHINGS

Part I: http://www.archive.org/details/certaindifficult01john

Part II:   http://www.archive.org/details/certaindifficult02john

Pius X TEACHING OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE Part  II: http://saints.sqpn.com/pope-pius-x-acerbo-nimis-on-teaching-christian-doctine-15-april-1905/

Pius X  Divino Afflatu Spiritu http://sanctaliturgia.blogspot.com/2005/11/divino-afflatu-english.html

Pius X RESTORATION OF ALL THINGS IN CHRIST  http://saints.sqpn.com/pope-pius-x-e-supremi-on-the-restoration-of-all-things-in-christ-4-october-1903/

Pius X DOCTRINE OF THE MODERNISTS  http://saints.sqpn.com/pope-pius-x-pascendi-dominici-gregis-on-the-doctrine-of-the-modernists-8-september-1907/

De Sales TREATISE ON THE LOVE OF GODhttp://www.ccel.org/ccel/desales/love/Page_Index.html

De Sales INTRODUCTION TO THE DEVOUT LIFE   http://www.ccel.org/d/desales/devout_life/devout_life.html

UNIFORMITY WITH THE WILL OF GOD http://saints.sqpn.com/saint-alphonsus-de-ligouri-uniformity-with-gods-will/

Ligouri ASSUMPTION OF MARY http://saints.sqpn.com/saint-alphonsus-de-liguori-of-the-assumption-of-mary/

Pius V  ON PRAYING THE ROSARY http://saints.sqpn.com/pope-pius-v-consueverunt-romani-on-praying-the-rosary-17-september-1569/

Waugh  THE CAPTURE OF CAMPION   http://www.cin.org/campcapt.html

Ignatius Loyola  LETTER ON OBEDIENCE   http://www.cin.org/jesuit.html

Ignatius Loyola SPIRITUAL EXERCISES   http://www.intratext.com/X/ENG0036.htm

Chinese Cultural Studies MATTEO RICCI ON THE ART OF PRINTING http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/core9/phalsall/texts/ric-prt.html

Thomas More  A TREATISE ON THE BLESSED SACRAMENT http://saints.sqpn.com/stt04001.htm

Benedict XVI  ST. DOMINIC   http://saints.sqpn.com/pope0258i.htm

Bonaventure JOURNEY OF THE MIND INTO GOD  http://saints.sqpn.com/stb16012.htm

Bonaventure MIND’S ROAD TO GOD  http://www.intratext.com/X/ENG0071.htm

Aquinas SUMMA –  The Nature and Extent of Christian Doctrine  http://saints.sqpn.com/stp1q001.htm

Aquinas SUMMA –  The Existence of God http://saints.sqpn.com/stp1q002.htm

Aquinas SUMMA Of the Simplicity of God    http://saints.sqpn.com/stp1q003.htm

Aquinas SUMMA Of the Perfection of God  http://saints.sqpn.com/stp1q004.htm

Aquinas SUMMA  Of Goodness in General http://saints.sqpn.com/stp1q004.htm

Aquinas SUMMA Of the Goodness of God http://saints.sqpn.com/stp1q006.htm

Bernard of Clairvaux THE HOLY GUARDIAN ANGELS   http://saints.sqpn.com/stb08003.htm

Bernard of Clairvaux  ON LOVING GOD  http://saints.sqpn.com/on-loving-god-by-saint-bernard-of-clairvaux/

Golden Legend THE LIFE OF ST. THOMAS OF CANTERBURY  http://saints.sqpn.com/the-golden-legend-the-life-of-saint-thomas-of-canterbury/

Anselm of Canterbury  ON THE BEING OF GOD    http://saints.sqpn.com/saint-anselm-of-canterbury-monologium-on-the-being-of-god/

Anselm of Canterbury DISCOURSE ON THE EXISTENCE OF GOD   http://saints.sqpn.com/saint-anselm-of-canterbury-proslogium-or-discourse-on-the-existence-of-god/

Venerable Bede GREGORY THE GREAT http://www.cin.org/greggrea.html

 
 
 
 

Catholic Heritage – Host: Joanna Bogle and Tim Matthews

In 15 Audio on 2015/04/17 at 12:00 AM

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1. St. Thomas More
Host – Joanna Bogle cat01.mp3
2. Catholic Pub Crawl
Host – Joanna Bogle cat02.mp3
3. The Dales & St. James of Compostela
Host – Tim Matthews & Joanna Bogle cat03.mp3
4. St. Edmund Campion
Host – Joanna Bogle cat04.mp3
5. St. Anne, St. Albans, The Hampshire Pilgrim Route
Host – Joanna Bogle & Tim Matthews cat05.mp3
6. St. John Fisher; Westminster Abbey
Host – Joanna Bogle cat06.mp3
7. St. Etheldreda
Host – Joanna Bogle cat07.mp3
8. Colchester; St. Albans
Host – Joanna Bogle & Margaret Harris cat08.mp3
9. Illustrious Converts
Host – Joanna Bogle with Madeleine Beard cat09.mp3
10. Fernyhalgh
Host – Joanna Bogle with Fr. Benedict Ruscillo cat10.mp3
11. Blessed Dominic Barberi
Host – Joanna Bogle cat11.mp3
12. Chislehurst; Spanish Place
Host – Joanna Bogle cat12.mp3
13. Durham; Wardour Castle
Host – Tim Matthews cat13.mp3
14. Exeter and Crediton; St. Margaret Clitherow
Host – Tim Matthews & Joanna Bogle cat14.mp3

Threshold of Hope – Host: Fr. Mitch Pacwa

In 15 Audio on 2015/03/13 at 12:00 AM

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1. Redeemer of Man – Part 22
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh09032002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
2. Redeemer of Man – Part 23
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh09102002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
3. Redeemer of Man – Part 24
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh09172002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
4. Redeemer of Man – Part 25
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh09242002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
5. Redeemer of Man – Part 26
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh10012002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
6. Redeemer of Man – Part 27
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh10082002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
7. Redeemer of Man – Part 28
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh10152002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
8. Redeemer of Man – Part 29
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh10222002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
9. The Rosary – Part 1
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh10292002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
10. The Rosary – Part 2
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh11062002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
11. The Rosary – Part 3
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh11132002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
12. The Rosary – Part 4
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh11192002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
13. The Rosary – Part 5
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh11262002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
14. The Rosary – Part 6
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh12032002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
15. Heaven, Hell & Purgatory – Part 1
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh12102002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
16. Heaven, Hell & Purgatory – Part 2
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh12172002.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
17. Dives in Misericordia Part 1
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh01072003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
18. Dives in Misericordia Part 2
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh01142003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
19. Dives in Misericordia Part 3
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh01212003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
20. Dives in Misericordia Part 4
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh01282003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
21. Dives in Misericordia Part 5
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh02042003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
22. Dives in Misericordia Part 6
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh02112003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
23. Dives in Misericordia Part 7
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh02182003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
24. Dives in Misericordia Part 8
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh02252003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
25. Dives in Misericordia Part 9
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh03042003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
26. Dives in Misericordia Part 10
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh03112003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
27. Dives in Misericordia Part 11
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh03182003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
28. Dives in Misericordia Part 12
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh03252003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
29. Dives in Misericordia Part 13
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh04012003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.
30. Dives in Misericordia Part 14
Host – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. toh04082003.mp3
Fr. Mitch Pacwa hosts this new series in which he teaches the core of the Encyclicals of His Holiness John Paul the Great.