Audio Sancto Sermons Series

September 9, 2013

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Today I added a new link to my Blogroll, Audio Sancto. This site has sermons by various Catholic priests in good standing with their bishops and the Church on Catholic dogma, doctrine, and devotion dating back to 2003. You can subscribe to the podcasts through iTunes if you wish. I am listening to them on my computer.

I don’t know about you, but sometimes the Sunday sermons just don’t grip me. Sometimes I want to explore a subject of the Faith in greater depth or to learn something new. There’s always something new to learn about our Faith, yes?

Audio Sancto has been mentioned at some blogs I visit and in some comboxes so I decided to check it out. If you’re looking for sound Catholic teaching you will not be disappointed. Some sermons are longer than others, up to one hour, but some are a mere 6-10 minutes. We can always make better use of our time in waiting rooms, traveling, or taking a relaxing break by punching up one of these sermons. That is, unless we have 4-5 kiddos to keep track of. Perfect for those Sabbath Moments Colleen hosts at Thoughts on Grace.

I plan to be a regular visitor to Audio Sancto myself and hope my readers will find value there, too.

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R. Now and forever!

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