John Martignoni / Patrick Donahue
October 9, 2007
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John Martignoni / Patrick Donahue
June 19, 2006
Sola Scriptura

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John Martignoni / Patrick Donahue
February 13-14, 2004
Sola Scriptura

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Speech 5 Martignoni and Speech 6 Donahue Download

Speech 7 Donahue and Speech 8 Martignoni Download

Speech 9 Donahue and Speech 10 Martignoni Download

Speech 11 Donahue and Speech 12 Martignoni Download
Thanks to Filipino Catholic for pointing me to the following (more debates to come):

John Martignoni / Patrick Donahue Debate
January 30, 2004
Original Sin / Infant Baptism


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From revertconvert comes this gem:

As one holy woman said in 1994...

"Whatsoever You Do..."

(Click here for Spanish version.)

Speech of Mother Teresa of Calcutta to the National Prayer Breakfast,
Washington, DC,
February 3, 1994

Listen online to the audio of this talk or download it free in MP3 format.

On the last day, Jesus will say to those on His right hand,

"Come, enter the Kingdom. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was sick and you visited me." Then Jesus will turn to those on His left hand and say, "Depart from me because I was hungry and you did not feed me, I was thirsty and you did not give me drink, I was sick and you did not visit me." These will ask Him, "When did we see You hungry, or thirsty or sick and did not come to Your help?" And Jesus will answer them,

"Whatever you neglected to do unto one of the least of these, you neglected to do unto me!"

As we have gathered here to pray together, I think it will be beautiful if we begin with a prayer that expressed very well what Jesus wants us to do for the least. St. Francis of Assisi understood very well these words of Jesus and His life is very well expressed by a prayer. And this prayer, which we say every day after Holy Communion, always surprises me very much...

[Read the rest here.]


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Here are some free MP3s brought to you by the New Liturgical Movement:

You will be interested in this page of settings of the Mass ordinary set to the proposed new English texts, for free download. The voice belongs to Aristotle Esguerra, performed for pedagogical clarity:

  • Kyrie XVI (English) PDF | MP3
  • Kyrie XVIII (English) PDF | MP3
  • Kyrie Simplex II (English) PDF | MP3
  • Kyrie Simplex IIIa (English) PDF | MP3
  • Kyrie Simplex IIIb (English) PDF | MP3
  • Kyrie Simplex IV (English) PDF | MP3
  • Kyrie Simplex Va (English) PDF | MP3
  • Kyrie Simplex Vb (English) PDF | MP3
  • Gloria XI (English) PDF | MP3
  • Gloria XII (English) PDF | MP3
  • Gloria XIII (English) PDF | MP3
  • Gloria XV (English) PDF | MP3
  • Gloria Mozarabica (English) PDF | MP3
  • Credo VII (English) PDF | MP3
  • Credo Ambrosiano (English) PDF | MP3
  • Sanctus I (English) PDF | MP3
  • Sanctus IV (English) PDF | MP3
  • Sanctus X (English) PDF | MP3
  • Sanctus XIII (English) PDF | MP3
  • Sanctus XV (English) PDF | MP3
  • Sanctus XVI (English) PDF | MP3
  • Sanctus ad libitum I (English) PDF | MP3
  • Sanctus Ambrosiano (English) PDF | MP3
  • Agnus Dei IV (English) PDF | MP3
  • Agnus Dei X (English) PDF | MP3
  • Agnus Dei XI (English) PDF | MP3
  • Agnus Dei XIV (English) PDF | MP3
  • Agnus Dei ad libitum II (English) PDF | MP3
  • Agnus Dei Simplex III (English) PDF | MP3
  • Agnus Dei Simplex IV (English) PDF | MP3
  • Agnus Dei Simplex V (English) PDF | MP3
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Although I've posted stuff of hers before, it's certainly been long enough that it's worth being reminded of the following (thanks Terence!):
Might I suggest adding the links of Maggie Gallagher's media appearances (page found here): http://www.marriagedebate.com/archives/archives_mg.php

She is a great speaker and frames the debate in a manner only a sociologist could

Mrs. Gallagher is a faithful Catholic and President of the Institute of Marriage and Public Policy.
Here are some things you can find by clicking through the links:

Will Same-Sex Marriage Hurt America?

Maggie Gallagher, Institute for Marriage and Public Policy
Jonathan Rauch, Senior Writer and Columnist, National Journal

University of Washington
3/9/2005

From ISI's Cicero's Podium: A Great Issues Debate Series.

RM

MP3



Same-Sex Marriage and the Laws Maggie Gallagher · April 13, 2004
A nationally syndicated columnist, author of The Case for Marriage, and a leader in the fight to preserve traditional marriage, Maggie Gallagher gives her views, and some sociological evidence, for why traditional marriage between a man and a woman ought to be maintained.

Maggie Gallagher. · 1:35'39"
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Vanessa wrote in with the following:
Good morning!!
I would like to share with you that the 3 Irish Priests (a new vocal holiday sensation) are streaming their Christmas album for free on this website: http://www.iheartmusic.com/cc-common/mfeatures/thepriestsOD

Please enjoy and share for the holiday season! :)
Merry Christmas to you and yours!
Thanks, Vanessa! Back at ya'!
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Why am I just now finding out about this?!? Go to the host site for the first 22 hours of lectures:
Lectures in Dominican History - Part 23



Lectures in Dominican history given in 1986 to Dominican friars of the Province of St. Joseph by Fr. John Frederick Hinnebusch, O.P. of the Dominican House of Studies, Washington, D.C. Lecture 23. Audio, 61 min.

In Lecture 23 Fr. Hinnebusch discusses the sources for Dominican History in the 18th and 19th centuries, new editions of the Dominican constitutions, Dominican legislation and governance, the Masters General, Gallicanism, the Hapsburgs and the Dominicans, the French Revolution, and the development of the Dominican Order in the modern period. mp3 format

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...and because I think it's really funny. I don't know anything about the hosting folks, but I do know that this is intentionally bad...so don't feel bad laughing at how horrible it is. Without further ado:

The most popular article in Burnside history is “The Abominable ‘O Holy Night’”, in which I speculated on the origins of an internet sensation. What you’re about to hear is a rendition of the great Christmas hymn so immaculate in its broken beauty as to render any listener helpless. I first heard this recording through The Sneeze, the best blog on the world wide web.

A few weeks ago, I was mysteriously contacted by Steve M. (last name withheld for privacy’s sake). Steve M. claimed he was the composer and singer behind the track. [Read the rest here.]

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Would someone with more time on their hands than me please give some of the Father Elder Sermons a listen and let the rest of us know the orthodoxy level? I'm concerned because I came on his site through a neo-Trad and I'm not sure how faithful to the post-V2 Church they are. Since I've never heard of him I figured this would be the fastest way to get feedback. Some of the lectures have very interesting titles I'd sure like to do some linking...

Please leave any comments/concerns/etc. in the combox. Grazie!
POSTED BY on 9:31 PM under
I have no idea what they could be debating, but here ya' go:

Laurence Gonzaga versus Dr. Robert Harvey

The Da Vinci Code Debate

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This shouldn't be news to anyone who comes here, but maybe you could print it out and give it to your friend who doesn't accept "religious arguments" about (1) research which kills embryonic humans and (2) abortion. You know the one. Oh, and did I mention it's from First Things?

Get the White Paper (in .pdf format) entitled "When Does Human Life Begin?"
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Do you know? Well...do ya'?

Listen in MP3 format ( app. 50 meg) MP3 Archive

Resource Special "Where We Got The Bible"

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Here's the EWTN series by the author of the book. I gave the book a listen a couple years ago and it was exceedingly interesting -- you'd never believe the things you never knew.

Check out the series by Prof. Thomas Woods here.
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Excellent news!

EWTN has now converted their audio archives, including the most recent programs, to MP3 format! They've finally dumped the (objectively evil) RealAudio format!

W00T!

Here's a link to the goodies -- enjoy!

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