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So there's a fella' out there who is currently a member of Miles Jesu (Miles Jesu (Latin for Soldier of Jesus) is a form of consecrated life in the Church for the laity, known as an Ecclesial Family of Consecrated Life, whose purpose is "to instill Catholic ideals and goals in the world to further the Kingdom of Christ, making Him the Center of all human life"), and one of his personal evangelistic efforts is to make Catholic Rap. That's right, Catholic Rap.

And you know what? It's actually really good!

Here's a song to whet the pallet: 53 Beads on a String.

All of the tracks from all of his albums are available for download at his site,, but to get to them you have to go through a pop-up where he asks for a donation. You don't have to give one to get the song, but he has dedicated his life to serving Christ and donations are what keep him doing what he does. I've exchanged a few e-mails with him, and he's a top-notch guy. Do check him out.
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So it seems a lot of people have been clicking on Gregorian Chant links. Must mean they're pretty popular. This being the case, here are some more!

Missa de Angelis (128 KBS Mp3)
1. Bells
2. Kyrie
3. Gloria
4. Credo
5. Sanctus
6. Agnus Dei
7. Christus Vincit
8. Veni Creator
9. Lauda Sion
10. Benedictus Magnifica
11. Lauda Jerusalem
12. Pange Langua Tantum Ergo
13. Attende Domine
14. Salve Regina

1. alleluia Dominus Dixit
2. Kyrie
3. Salve Regina

solemsengpiere gregorian chant (128 KBS mp3)
Antiphons Sanctitui
3. Kyrie
4. Gloria
6. Sancta
Sanctórum méritis
Pascha Nostrum
Salve Festa Dies
Salus Autem
Semel Iuravi
Ave Maria
Laetabitur Iustus
Tui Sunt
De Profundis
Salve Regina
Ringing Angelus

Laus Deo Patri Laudate Pueri
2. Vidimus stellam
Victimae paschali

Ordinarium Mass
1. Kyrie
2. Gloria
3. Sanctus
4. Agnus Dei

Choralschola Der Wiener Hofburgkapelle - Gregorian Chant 64 KBS
1. Introit
2. Kyrie
3. Gloria
4. Graduale
5. Alleluia
6. Offertorium
7. Sanctus
8. Agnus Dei
9. Communio
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Here are a couple of talks that I managed to find from the Diocese of Kalamazoo. I'm afraid I don't know too much about Msgr. Tom Martin, other than that he's the rector of St. Augustine's Cathedral in Kalamazoo, but Deacon Alex Jones is quite an interesting fellow. Here's a snippet from an article the CERC did on him:
"When Pentecostal minister Alex Jones came into the Church this past Easter he was not alone. He brought much of his congregation in with him.

When Detroit-born Alex Jones became a Pentecostal minister in 1972, there was little question among those who knew him that he was answering God's call to preach.

Now, many of his friends and family have dismissed the 59-year-old pastor as an apostate for embracing the Catholic faith, closing the nondenominational church he organized in 1982, and taking part of his congregation with him..."

Here are the talks:

The Last Things: Death, Judgment and Eternity - Msgr. Tom Martin (March 26, 2007)

The Sacrament of Marriage: Not Just a Private Matter - Msgr. Tom Martin (March 19, 2007)

The Sacrament of Baptism: A New Creation - Msgr. Tom Martin (March 12, 2007)

Created in the Divine Image: What it Means to Be Human - Msgr. Tom Martin (March 5, 2007)

Newman Seminar: No Price Too High - Deacon Alex Jones (July 17, 2007)

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So one of the "hot" things to do right now is to host Theology on Tap sessions. Just about everywhere (with twenty-somethings and beer) has one. Here are links to pages with downloads -- there were FAR too many for me to link here. The subjects are as varied as "The Problem of Evil" to "Why Not Be A Mystic" to "Why Can't Women Be Priests". If you want something interesting (and often funny) to listen to, these are generally good.

The Arlington Diocese

The Diocese of Sioux Falls

The Ottawa Archdiocese

St. Brigid's in San Diego

Grand Rapids
(only one file - "Divine Intimacy" (MP3))

San Fernando

The Archdiocese of Dubuque

The Archdiocese of Chicago

The Archdiocese of Denver (only one file - "Are You Living A Double Life?" (MP3) )

If this sounds interesting, you might search for a Theology on Tap in your area -- there are far more who don't record them than are listed here.
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Leon Kass (born February 12, 1939) is an American bioethicist, best known as a leader in the effort to stop human embryonic stem cell and cloning research as former chair of the President's Council on Bioethics from 2002–2005.

He obtained S.B. and M.D. degrees (1958; 1962) at the University of Chicago and obtained a Ph.D. in biochemistry (1967) at Harvard University. He then taught at St. John's College from 1972 to 1976 . He currently retains a position as a member of the President's Council and is the Addie Clark Harding Professor in the College and the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago, and is the author of several books, including Toward A More Natural Science: Biology and Human Affairs; The Hungry Soul: Eating and the Perfecting of our Nature; Life, Liberty, and the Defense of Dignity: The Challenge for Bioethics; and The Beginning of Wisdom: Reading Genesis.

To read Kass' contributions to First Things, click here. To read his biography on, click here.

Kass' talks:

Leon Kass, University of Chicago: Part 1 - "A More Perfect Human: The Promise and Peril of Modern Science" - November 6, 2006

Princeton University's New Media Center Author: Princeton University
Mon, Nov 6, 2006

James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions

Download File - 50.2 MB
Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)

Leon Kass, University of Chicago: Part 2 - "The Dignity of Human Being: 'Death with Dignity' and the 'Sanctity of Life'" - November 7, 2006

Princeton University's New Media Center Author: Princeton University
Tue, Nov 7, 2006

James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions

Download File - 45.8 MB
Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)

Leon Kass, University of Chicago: Part 3 - "The Dignity of Human Flourishing: Biotechnology and the Pursuit of Happiness" - November 8, 2006

Princeton University's New Media Center Author: Princeton University
Wed, Nov 8, 2006

James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions

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Did you even know we had one? And I don't see the name Haugen anywhere on the site!!

So...straight from the Holy See...

The Musical Offering

A selection of sacred and classical music in Mp3 played by teachers and students of Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music

Organ improvisations by Maestro Theo Flury osb
Organs of the Abbey of Einsiedeln. Orgelbau Mathis.

Works by the Maestros
of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music
Missa pro Papa
  • Italo Bianchi (1936)
    Deus omnium fidelium. (Time: 2:50 - 996 Kb)
    • Polyphonic Choir of Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music; Walter Marzilli, director.
      Live recording made at the Concert 7th February 2001.

  • Ivan Florjanc (1950)
    Haec nos. (Time: 5:45 - 2.025 Mb)
    • Polyphonic Choir of Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music; Walter Marzilli, director.
      Live recording made at the Concert 7th February 2001.

  • Silvano Presciuttini (1959)
    Oblatis Domine. (Time: 3:15 - 1.156 Mb)
    • Polyphonic Choir of Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music; Walter Marzilli, director.
      Live recording made at the Concert 7th February 2001.

Works of sacred and classic music

  • J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
    • Largo e dolce da Flötensonate h-moll BWV 1030. (Time: 3:36 - 2.971 Mb)
    • Federico Del Sordo, harpsichord; Luca Verzulli, flute.
  • Giovanni Battista Fasolo (1600 ca- 1664)
    • Federico Del Sordo, organ; Virum Schola Gregoriana Pontificii Instituti Musicæ Sacræ; Alberto Turco, director.
  • Franz Liszt (1811-1886)
    • Waldesrauschen da Zwei Konzertetüden R 6. (Time: 4:42 - 4.418 Mb)
    • Antonio Sardi de Letto, piano.
    • Offertorium In virtute tua. (Time: 1:33 - 1.460 Mb)
    • Virum Schola Gregoriana Pontificii Instituti Musicæ Sacræ; Mons. Alberto Turco, director.
    • Gennaro Becchimanzi, Igor Glushkov, Blazenko Juracic, Raimundo Pereira (soloist), Hubert Siekierka, Djedje Thomas, Jan Velbacky.
If you're so inclined, you can get the Liturgical formularies at the following links (HTML links - MP3s after the jump):
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St. Martha's Catholic Church has several talks on their site. I have no idea whether these talks are orthodox or not (having not listened), so if someone wants to give an orthodoxy rating in the comment box I (and I'm sure others) would appreciate it.

That said, here they are:

"Uniquely Catholic" Doctrine


mp3 Links



Salvation Outside the Church


Dr. Paul Hahn

Scripture & Tradition



Jeff Crandall

Faith & Works



Jeff Crandall

Real Presence



Carla Lewton

Humanae Vitae



Jeff Crandall




George Henderson

Communion of Saints


Steven Meyer

Infant Baptism


Carla Lewton

Priestly Celibacy


Msgr. Borski

What the Neighbors Think :
Differences That Led to Division in the Church

Dr. Paul Hahn


mp3 Links


The Bible & Tradition



Early Ecumenical Councils
& the Eastern Orthodox



Why the Reformation Happened



Martin Luther & Lutheranism



Grace: Core Issue That Divides Us



John Calvin & Calvinism



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Fr. Frank Pavone, MEV

National Director, Priests for Life
President, National Pro-life Religious Council
Pastoral Director, Rachel's Vineyard
Founder and Moderator General, Missionaries of the Gospel of Life

Fr. Frank Pavone is one of the most prominent pro-life leaders in the nation. He was born in Port Chester, New York and has been active in the pro-life movement since 1976. Cardinal John O'Connor ordained him to the priesthood in 1988. Fr. Pavone did parish work and taught in seminaries. In 1993, with the permission of Cardinal O’Connor, he became National Director of Priests for Life. In this full time position, he has traveled to all of the 50 states and to five continents, preaching and teaching against abortion and helping other priests to do the same.

He conducts seminars on pro-life strategy and is regularly invited to speak at national and international pro-life gatherings. Fr. Pavone appears often on national programs such as Larry King Live, Good Morning America, The O'Reilly Factor, and other shows on all the major networks. He is quoted in papers such as the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. He is seen daily on EWTN and heard on Vatican Radio. His publications are distributed worldwide. He was with Terri Schiavo in her final moments and was an outspoken advocate for her life.

The Virgin Mary's Call to End Abortion

This series of 14 talks and homilies was given by Fr. Frank Pavone on a 1995 tour of the Rio Grande Valley with the Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. These tapes show how the Church's teachings about Mary strengthen the pro-life commitment.

Fr. Frank Pavone

Name of Talk (Click to Listen in Real Audio)

MP3 Format

Approx. Length

Click to Download
Real Audio

Approx. Download Time

Star of Evangelization Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 30 minutes Part 1 (1.1 MB) 9:09
Mary and the Holy Spirit Part 1: [listen] [download]

Part 2: [listen] [download]

23 minutes Part 1 (609 K)

Part 2 (274 K)



The Assumption and Pro-Life Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 26 minutes Part 1 (1.71 MB) 14:13
Tell the Pro-Life Movement to Go Forward Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 29 minutes Part 1 (1 MB) 8:20
Why Must We "Interfere"? Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 13 minutes Part 1 (501 K) 4:09
Abortion: A Sin Against Life and Hope Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 44 minutes Part 1 (1.71 MB) 14:15
Mother of God Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 26 minutes Part 1 (994 K) 8:17
Immaculate Conception Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 20 minutes Part 1 (765 K) 6:23
Immaculate Heart Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 17 minutes Part 1 (657 K) 5:28
Mary Gives You a Mission Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 19 minutes Part 1 (737 K) 6:09
Light Conquers Darkness Part 1: [listen] [download]

Part 2: [listen] [download]

54 minutes Part 1 (2.33 MB)

Part 2 (907 K)



The Eucharist and Abortion Part 1: [listen] [download]

Part 2: [listen] [download]

60 minutes Part 1 (1.18 MB)

Part 2 (1.13 MB)



Talk to Youth on Chastity and Pro-Life Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 31 minutes Part 1 (1.1 MB) 9:10
Closing Talk at Panther Stadium: Behold Your Queen Part 1 of 1: [listen] [download] 26 minutes Part 1 (1.03 MB) 8:33
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"As a Carmelite monk, the 16th-century Spanish mystic St. John of the Cross was well trained in the systematic theology of St. Thomas Aquinas. In Dark Night of the Soul, St. John's sharply organized mind gives clean shape to his mystical belief in a loving Being somewhere outside the realm of feeling, thought, or imagination, who can only be known through love. Dark Night of the Soul describes the process of purgation, first of senses, and then of spirit, that precedes the soul's loving Union with God. To quote from this book would detract from the coiled power of its tightly focused picture of the soul's progress; suffice it to say that there has never been a better book for discouraged Christians. When you cannot understand what or why you believe, but you find yourself unable to abandon faith, look to St. John for help."

--Michael Joseph Gross

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Theological Markup Language (XML) - 411 KB

Audio Files128Kbps MP3VBR MP3
Introduction and Prologue8.5M
Bk. 1, Chs. 0-2: The First Stanza, Beginners and Progressives, and Problems of Beginners with Pride.18.1M
Bk. 1, Chs. 3-5: Imperfections of Spiritual Greed, Lust, and Wrath14.3M
Bk. 1, Ch. 6: Imperfections of Spiritual Gluttony10.6M
Bk. 1, Ch. 7: Imperfections of Spiritual Envy and Sloth6.0M
Bk. 1, Ch. 8: Explanation of the first line and the Dark Night6.5M
Bk. 1, Ch. 9: Signs that someone is in the Night of Sense14.1M
Bk. 1, Ch. 10: How souls should conduct selves in the Night of Sense7.8M
Bk. 1, Ch. 11: Explains the next three lines of the poem.9.5M
Bk. 1, Ch. 12: Of the benefits which this night causes to the soul.15.9M
Bk. 1, Ch. 13-14: Other benefits of the Night of Sense. Expounds last line of first stanza.21.7M
Bk. 2, Chs. 1-2: Begins to treat of the dark night of the spirit. Other imperfections of proficients.12.2M
Bk. 2, Chs. 3-4: Annotation of what follows. Exposition of the first stanza8.9M
Bk. 2, Chs. 5-6: Pain and grief of this night. Other kinds of pain from it.
Bk. 2, Chs. 7-8: Afflictions and constraints of the will. More pains of the soul.
Bk. 2, Ch. 9: Darkness in the spirit comes to purge and illumine it.5.2M
Bk. 2, Ch. 10: Explains this purgation fully by a comparison.9.4M
Bk. 2, Chs. 11-12: As fruit of these constraints the soul finds itself with vehement passion of Divine love. This night is purgatory.16.5M
Bk. 2, Chs. 13-14: Delectable effects wrought in the soul by this dark night of contemplation. Last three lines of stanza explained.20.0M
Bk. 2, Chs. 15-16: The second stanza. Explains how the soul walks securely though in darkness.21.2M
Bk. 2, Ch. 17: Explains how this dark contemplation is secret.14.0M
Bk. 3, Ch. 18: Explains how this secret wisdom is likewise a ladder.7.3M
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The Ascent of Mt. Carmel

This spiritual classic, about dark nights of the soul and how to start to achieve union with God through prayer, begins with a look at the "night of sense". The second book deals with the "night of faith". Then the third book deals with the "night of the memory and will".

The final two books of the five book treatise are generally printed separately and called The Dark Night of the Soul. They are not included in this reading.

Audio Files128Kbps MP3
Bk. 1, Chs. 01-02: On a Dark Night9.7M
Bk. 1, Chs. 03-04: Necessity of the Dark Night24.0M
Bk. 1, Chs. 05-06: Putting God First; Bad Effects of Desires24.6M
Bk. 1, Chs. 07-08: Desires Torment the Soul and Make You Think Stupid Things17.5M
Bk. 1, Chs. 09-10: Desires Dirty and Weaken the Soul15.5M
Bk. 1, Ch. 11: Even Little Desires Hold You Back14.0M
Bk. 1, Chs. 12-13: Bad Effects of Specific Desires; How to Enter the Night of Sense17.8M
Bk. 1, Chs. 14-15: The Rest of the First Stanza5.4M
Bk. 2, Chs. 01-02: The Second Stanza, and the Night of Faith9.7M
Bk. 2, Ch. 3: How Faith Is a Dark Night to the Soul8.9M
Bk. 2, Ch. 4: How the Soul Must Be in Darkness to Be Guided by Faith13.6M
Bk. 2, Ch. 5: What Is Meant by Union of the Soul with God14.2M
Bk. 2, Ch. 6: How Faith, Hope and Love Perfect and Produce Emptiness and Darkness in the 3 Faculties of the Soul8.7M
Bk. 2, Ch. 7: Wherein is described how strait is the way that leads to eternal life and how completely detached and disencumbered must be those that will walk in it. We begin to speak of the detachment of the understanding18.8M
Bk. 2, Ch. 8: Which describes in a general way how no creature and no knowledge that can be comprehended by the understanding can serve as a proximate means of Divine union with God11.9M
Bk. 2, Chs. 9-10: How faith is the proximate and proportionate means of the understanding whereby the soul may attain to the Divine union of love; Wherein distinction is made between all apprehensions and types of knowledge which can be comprehended by the understanding8.6M
Bk. 2, Ch. 11: Of the hindrance and harm that may be caused by apprehensions of the understanding which proceed from that which is supernaturally represented to the outward bodily senses; and how the soul is to conduct itself therein19.7M
Bk. 2, Ch. 12: Which treats of natural imaginary apprehensions. Describes their nature and proves that they cannot be a proportionate means of attainment to union with God. Shows the harm which results from inability to detach one self from them13.5M
Bk. 2, Chs. 13-14: Of other delectable effects which are wrought in the soul by this dark night of contemplation; the last three lines of the first stanza explained.29.6M
Bk. 2, Chs. 15-16: Begins to explain the second stanza, and how, though in darkness, the soul walks securely27.4M
Bk. 2, Ch. 17: Wherein is described the purpose and manner of God in His communication of spiritual blessings to the soul by means of the senses. Herein is answered the question which has been referred to16.7M
Bk. 2, Ch. 18: Which treats of the harm that certain spiritual masters may do to souls when they direct them not by a good method with respect to the visions aforementioned. Describes also how these visions may cause deception even though they be of God.10.9M
Bk. 2, Ch. 19: Though visions and locutions come from God, we may be deceived about them through misunderstanding.25.0M
Bk. 2, Ch. 20: Wherein is proved by passages from Scripture how the sayings and words of God, though always true, do not always rest upon stable causes.11.9M
Bk. 2, Ch. 20: Wherein is explained how at times, although God answers the prayers that are addressed to Him, He is not pleased that we should use such methods. It is also shown how, although He condescend to us and answer us, He is oftentimes wroth.22.5M
Bk. 2, Ch.22: Wherein is solved a difficulty -- namely, why it is not lawful, under the law of grace, to ask anything of God by supernatural means, as it was under the old law. This solution is proved by a passage from Saint Paul.32.9M
Bk.2, Chs. 23-24: Which begins to treat of the apprehensions of the understanding that come in a purely spiritual way, and describes their nature. Which treats of two kinds of spiritual vision that come supernaturally.20.7M
Bk. 2, Chs. 25-26: Of revelations, describing their nature and making a distinction between them. Of intuition of naked truths in the understanding, explaining how they are of two kinds and how the soul is to conduct itself with respect to them.30.0M
Bk. 2, Chs. 27-29: Which treats of the second kind of revelation, namely, the disclosure of hidden secrets. Which treats of interior locutions that may come to the spirit supernaturally. Which treats of the first kind of words that the recollected spirit sometimes forms within itself.28.9M
Bk. 2, Chs. 30-32: The interior words that come to the spirit formally by supernatural means. The substantial words that come interiorly to the spirit. The apprehensions received by the understanding from interior feelings which come supernaturally to the soul.19.2M
Bk. 3, Chs. 1-2: Plan of Book 3. The natural apprehensions of the memory and describes how the soul must be voided of them in order to be able to attain to union with God according to this faculty.21.8M
Bk. 3, Chs. 3-6: Three kinds of evils which come to the soul from not entering into darkness with respect to knowledge and reflections of the memory; The advantage of entering into darkness in this respect.18.9M
Bk. 3, Chs. 7-12: Apprehensions of the imagination and supernatural knowledge. Five kinds of evils which come to the soul from not entering into darkness with respect to the imagination.22.0M
Bk. 3, Ch. 13: The advantage of entering into darkness with respect to the imagination's understandings.16.3M
Bk. 3, Chs. 14-15: Which treats of spiritual knowledge in so far as it may concern the memory. Which sets down the general method whereby the spiritual person must govern himself with respect to this sense.8.3M
Bk. 3, Ch. 16: Which begins to treat of the dark night of the will. Makes a division between the affections of the will.7.6M
Bk. 3, Chs. 17-19: Joy. Attaching joy to temporal blessings is a bad idea.27.2M
Bk. 3, Ch. 20: Advantages of not rejoicing in temporal things.9.3M
Bk. 3, Chs. 21-23: Rejoicing in natural things.19.8M
Bk. 3, Chs. 24-26: Rejoicing in things of the senses.22.8M
Bk. 3, Chs. 27-29: Rejoicing in moral good23.9M
Bk. 3, Chs. 30-32: Rejoicing in supernatural good24.0M
Bk. 3, Chs. 33-35: Spiritual good -- the motive kind15.1M
Bk. 3, Chs. 36-38: Holy art19.2M
Bk. 3, Chs. 39-42: Places of prayer15.9M
Bk. 3, Chs. 43-45: Devotions and preaching21.6M
Introduction by the translator, E. Allison Peers23.6M
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William A. Marra (February 20, 1928 — December 12, 1998) was a third-party Right to life candidate for President of the United States in the United States presidential election, 1988; his running mate was Joan Andrews. They received 20,504 votes.[1] Marra had also been a candidate in the Republican and Democratic parties' United States presidential primary in New Hampshire. In the former he received six write-in votes[2] and in the latter received 142 votes.[3]

He was a graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Engineering and Fordham University, serving as a professor of philosophy at the latter. Marra was an active lecturer, opposing topics such as abortion, atheism and sex education.

For 17 years, Marra hosted a radio program called "Where Catholics Meet" on 710 WOR-AM in New York. On the show, he addressed issues facing orthodox Catholics in the post-Vatican II world. He often had guests. In the early 1990s, Marra hosted a TV program on the EWTN Global Catholic Network called "The Roman Forum." This program ran for two seasons and addressed many of the same issues as "Where Catholics Meet", but involved fewer guest hosts.

Marra founded Catholic Media Apostolate, an organization dedicated to the propagation of the Roman Catholic faith through the media. He was also heavily involved in [Keep the Faith], an organization similar to CMA.

Here are his talks:

A Selection of Talks by Dr.Wm.A.Marra
How Absolute is Conscience?
The liberal mind, with its rationalistic approach to doctrine, has lost sight of the supernatural nature of the Church's teaching.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra How absolute is Conscience - Part 1 talk_WMCons1.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra How absolute is Conscience - Part 2 talk_WMCons2.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra How absolute is Conscience - Part 3 talk_WMCons3.mp3
Cults, as opposed to genuine Religious Orders
Parallels are often drawn, by the press, between entry into, say, the Moonies, and Religious Orders. There is a world of difference.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Cults, as opposed to genuine Religious Orders - Part 1 talk_WMCult1.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Cults, as opposed to genuine Religious Orders - Part 2 talk_WMCult2.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Cults, as opposed to genuine Religious Orders - Part 2 talk_WMCult3.mp3
Errors in Biblical Exegesis
'It would be a miracle if one found a professor of scripture who believes what he teaches'.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Errors in Biblical Exegesis - Part 1 talk_WMErrors1.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Errors in Biblical Exegesis - Part 2 talk_WMErrors2.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Errors in Biblical Exegesis - Part 3 talk_WMErrors3.mp3
The Distraction of Evolution
The chief proof that many scientists allege for Evolution often rests in their own atheistic assumptions.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra The Distraction of Evolution - Part 1 talk_WMDistEv1.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra The Distraction of Evolution - Part 21 talk_WMDistEv2.mp3
The Family under Siege
Every child deserves, and every child needs the security of a peaceful home, with both parents present . . . Now, half the children are raised in a family where one or the other parent is missing.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra The Family under Siege talk_WMFamSiege.mp3

What is happening in the Catholic Church?
The institutional means of handing down the Faith are in the hands of the enemy. The young, baptized Catholic is heir to the richest inheritance possible, but defrauded of it.

Dr.Wm.A.Marra What is happening in the Catholic Church - Part 1 talk_WMHappening1.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra What is happening in the Catholic Church - Part 2 talk_WMHappening2.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra What is happening in the Catholic Church - Part 3 talk_WMHappening3.mp3
The Sacred Liturgy Under Attack
If we are looking at an attack on the liturgy, we have to look within the Church, and not outside. this is a kind of civil war.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Liturgy Attacked - Part 1 talk_WMLitAtt1.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Liturgy Attacked - Part 2 talk_WMLitAtt2.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Liturgy Attacked - Part 3 talk_WMLitAtt3.mp3
Our Lady in the Parish
If you kill love for the Blessed Virgin, or you kill faith in Her, you will still retain your Christo-centric religion - for a while, but even that will eventually go.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Our Lady in the Parish - Part 1 talk_WMOLParish1.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Our Lady in the Parish - Part 2 talk_WMOLParish2.mp3
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Our Lady in the Parish - Part 3 talk_WMOLParish3.mp3
A Critical Look at Secular Humanism
'To a Humanist there is only Nature. No God, no eternity, nothing but silence and emptiness and a kind of icy dread'.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Secular Humanism talk_WMSecHum.mp3
Does Religious Truth Change?
The Catholic Church has the holy audacity to say that it has never erred in its solemn teaching on faith or morals in 2000 years. That makes it easy for the enemy to give us trouble.
Dr.Wm.A.Marra Does Religious Truth Change? talk_WMTruthChange.mp3

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