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I don't know who these folks are, but I stumbled on a site hosting their talks so I decided to post them. It's a gamble, but we'll see if it pays off. In any case, I couldn't find the seventh deadly sin (Envy, btw) in their talks but I was able to find the other six. If they turn out to be any good, I'll post some more -- of course, you could always just beat me there and just get them yourself if you're impatient. Heh.

UPDATE: Apparently these priests are SSPX schismatics. Just so ya' know.

UPDADED UPDATE: The SSPX bishops are no longer formally excommunicated...they're just not in full communion yet.

Without further ado, here they are:

09/22/2002 Sloth Fr. John Fullerton 2.8 MB 24:35
06/30/2002 Gluttony Fr. Kenneth Dean 3.4 MB 29:19
06/23/2002 Anger Fr. Kenneth Dean 1.8 MB 15:22
04/07/2002 Pride Fr. Helmuts Libietis 3.0 MB 26:24
03/17/2002 Greed Fr. Kenneth Dean 1.9 MB 16:56
07/21/2002 Conquering Lust Fr. Kenneth Dean 2.5 MB 21:52
11 comments so far:
    Anonymous July 9, 2008 at 12:15 PM , said...

    The sermons are pretty good but just FYI they are SSPX priests- they were recorded at St. Vincent De Paul SSPX Parish in KCMO

     
    Mike DJ July 9, 2008 at 6:46 PM , said...

    I'm listening to the sermon on sloth. Fr. Fullerton is effective in the sense that he gives specific instances I can relate with.

     
    Anonymous July 12, 2008 at 5:19 AM , said...

    Well, whadaya know...only schismatics like SSPX gives great sermons like these.

     
    Mark of the Vineyard July 16, 2008 at 5:58 PM , said...

    I'll give them a listen, schismatics or not. They generally tend to be pretty good from a theological standpoint. The Doxs are schismatics as well, but their also a good source for sound teaching in these shakey times.

     
    slcfranciscan July 31, 2008 at 8:54 PM , said...

    You might be interested to know that Cardinal Hoyos himself has said that SSPX is not in schism, but rather an irregular canonical situation. It is easy to beat people up with names and labels. Please, get the facts first. I have never in my life met holier or more devout priests than at my SSPX chapel. God bless you all.

     
    Anonymous August 2, 2008 at 7:57 PM , said...

    The SSPX are not schismatics, just so ya' know...

    It's not very nice to slander and spread lies. I hope that wasn't your intent. Maybe you were misinformed.

     
    Catholic Audio August 2, 2008 at 11:19 PM , said...

    You're right - SSPX folks have not formally been declared schismatics. Formally, the founding bishops are excommunicates. The masses offered by the SSPX priests are valid but illicit.

    As for the validity of SSPX marriages and sacraments of Confession, do take it up with Fr. Z -- he has the full skinny at his site with more official documentation that I care to delve into at the moment.

    Suffice it to say, I'm not inclined to change the post at this moment.

    God Bless, and do come home soon.
    Ryan

     
    Anonymous March 28, 2009 at 10:38 PM , said...

    I'm not an SSPX-er, but maybe now's a good time to edit this post? :-P

     
    Justin July 21, 2010 at 7:27 PM , said...

    The SSPX are no longer in schism and even if they were, how does that make a difference in the quality of a sermon? The SSPX have a really solid grasp of some basic Catholic truths that have been obscured or forgotten in the wake of Vatican II. How many priests in your average Novus Ordo parish actually even preach about the deadly sins at all?

     
    Catholic Audio July 21, 2010 at 10:53 PM , said...

    @Justin: Just trying to be up-front is all. Occasionally someone will say something in a talk that I'll miss, and I want to be as faithful to the Magisterium as I can. Forewarned is fore-armed.

    But is it good? Yes. I wouldn't link to it if it wasn't worth linking.

    God Bless,
    Ryan

     
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