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UPDATE: Some folks in the combox are speculating about these speakers' fidelity to the post-V2 Church. Feel free to chime in.

UPDATED UPDATE: Audio Sancto chimed in and put the matter to rest -- it's all good. Also, Audio Sancto pointed to the linking terms of use, which include the following provision (FYI):

  • If you can, please say three Hail Mary's for the priests who preach these sermons, and ask others to do the same
Roger WilCo!

A few people have written in recently and pointed me to the Audio Sancto Sermon Series. Since there's really some great stuff there, I've been meaning to do a series of several posts where I break down the talks by topic. Unfortunately, I just can't seem to find the time. Rather than keep holding on to these gems, I figured I'd just share the link. To give you an idea of what's there, here are the links from the front page:

Date Title Time Size
2009-01-04 The Power of the Holy Name of Jesus 26:15 6 MB
2009-01-01 Octave of Christmas 23:28 5.4 MB
2008-12-28 Our Need to Love the Poor 24:50 5.7 MB
2008-12-25 This Day Is Born To You A Savior 20:47 4.8 MB
2008-12-21 The Incarnation and The Mystical Body of Christ 21:03 4.8 MB
2008-12-14 Unless We Believe in Scripture We Can Neither Be Christians Nor Be Saved 27:58 6.4 MB
2008-12-08 The Immaculate Conception 10:44 2.5 MB
2008-12-07 Imitate the Virtues of Saint John the Baptist 20:11 4.6 MB
2008-11-30 The Seven Churches of the Apocalypse: Upcoming Events and the Final Judgement 27:12 6.2 MB
2008-11-23 The Seven Churches of the Apocalypse: Present Conditions Before the Trials 26:53 6.2 MB
2008-11-17 Feast of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne 19:36 4.5 MB
2008-11-02 All Things Work Together Unto Good 18:38 4.3 MB
2008-10-26 Our Need to Make Reparation to the Sacred Heart of Christ the King 16:42 3.8 MB
2008-10-19 Destroying Marriage and the Family: An Essential Principle in the Culture of Death 27:05 6.2 MB
2008-10-12 Our Lady Shows Her Motherhood Towards Us 11:49 2.7 MB
2008-10-07 An Evening with an Exorcist 54:47 12.5 MB
2008-10-05 The Most Holy Rosary: A Necessary Devotion 17:28 4 MB
2008-09-28 Seder Meals Violate the 1st Commandment 18:51 4.3 MB
2008-09-21 Blessed Maria de Agreda: The REAL Flying Nun 12:24 2.8 MB
2008-09-14 Carrying Our Cross Daily 12:48 2.9 MB
2008-09-07 Supernatural Charity: Loving Our Neighbor As Ourself 28:19 6.5 MB
2008-08-31 Our Threefold Inheritance from Christ 30:22 7 MB
2008-08-24 Confession: The Key to Overcoming Concupiscence 12:14 2.8 MB
2008-08-17 Be Perfect As Your Father in Heaven Is Perfect 28:32 6.5 MB
2008-08-15 Feast of the Assumption 08:25 1.9 MB
2008-08-10 Using Memory, Intellect, and Will to Know, Love, and Serve God 24:24 5.6 MB
2008-08-03 The Four Temperaments and How They Relate to Your Predominant Fault 13:13 3 MB
2008-07-27 The Faith: Keep It, Study It, Pray It, Practice It 11:57 2.7 MB
2008-07-26 Marriage: Fall from Eden to the Rise in Grace 19:39 4.5 MB
2008-07-20 Unethical Vaccines and The Enemy Is Watching 17:27 4 MB
12 comments so far:
    Lynne January 12, 2009 at 9:24 AM , said...

    Their sermons are unbelievable! I've listened to their stuff, all the way back to 2003.

    Anonymous January 12, 2009 at 5:35 PM , said...

    Do these guys believe in dinosaurs?

    Anonymous January 12, 2009 at 6:51 PM , said...

    I have a couple of concerns about these guys. Are they priests in good standing with Rome? I know the website says they are but yet they insist on keeping the identity of the speakers private. That seems a bit odd. The links they provide lean towards pre Vatican II interests. Thoughts ?

    Anonymous January 12, 2009 at 8:12 PM , said...

    So far I have given two of the talks a listen including one about the liturgy. So far so good. Their home page did make me wonder just a bit.

    Anonymous January 13, 2009 at 9:26 AM , said...

    @psalm: the priests are most certainly in good standing with Rome. Also, it is explained on Audio Sancto why the priests request anonymity (see for more info). If you have more questions feel free to contact me via the Audio Sancto contact page.

    Anonymous January 15, 2009 at 8:15 AM , said...

    The priests seem to be FSSP(Priestly fraternity of Saint Peter)
    It's a fraternity that has the pope's approval.

    These sermons are the best I've listened to in a long time. These priests are holy priests.
    WOW, I have become addicted.

    Anonymous March 17, 2009 at 2:25 PM , said...

    The lent Mission 2008 if FANTASTIC !!!!! Highly recommend it, and how I wish we got preaching like this at the parish level...

    Father mentions a book in Part 2: "Why should I Suffer" pub. 1935. Can anyone point me to a copy of that book, I do not have the author.


    Anonymous May 5, 2010 at 12:53 AM , said...

    I just found audio sancto, and have downloaded their complete archive. The sermons truly challenge Catholics to holiness and fidelity to the Faith. One thing bothers me: they often refer to the Baltimore catechism, but never to the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

    This seems very odd to me. It isn't listed on their website as a recommended resource either.

    Their teaching is wonderful, but I hope they aren't involved with the Society of St. Pius X.

    I don't understand why they can't identify their Order, if they belong to one, or simply say they are diocesan priests, if that is the case. Why all the mystery???

    All I want to know is that they truly are in communion with our Holy Father, Pope Benedict, and the Roman Catholic Church.

    Thanks for any input on this.

    Lynne May 5, 2010 at 8:49 AM , said...

    Anonymous, didn't you read the other comments above? The priests are FSSP priests. And don't the Baltimore Catechism and the CCC say the same thing?

    Anonymous May 5, 2010 at 3:24 PM , said...

    Hi Lynne, thanks for responding. The only comment regarding the FSSP was that someone wrote that they "seemed to be..." I didn't see anything definitive. If I missed something, please help.

    Believe me, I love listening to these priests and can't believe I found such a wealth of beautiful Catholic teaching. I just want to be sure that they are in good standing with the Church.

    I guess I'm just wondering why they seem to completely ignore the beautiful CCC which even the most orthodox Catholic priests/teachers consider an essential for Catholics to read. (EWTN, priests of Opus Angelorum, Father Corapi, etc.)

    Ancilla Indigna June 1, 2010 at 12:30 AM , said...

    Psalm, to answer your question "are they in good standing with Rome?" These guys are not only "in good standing with Rome", but guess who helped get them started? Answer: Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, and they were first approved by Pope John Paul II.

    These recordings can be shared outside of the website, however, for anyone who share them, they are asked to say three Hail Mary's for the priests.

    JD July 21, 2010 at 7:15 PM , said...

    Many of these guys are FSSP priests and the FSSP is in good standing with Rome. They preach the Faith as it should be taught--in an orthodox fashion and untainted by political correctness and modernism. The reason that one might question whether they are in union with Rome or not is because so many of us Catholics have not been peached Catholic teachings since Vatican II ended. AudioSancto's sermons are there to show us what we have been missing for decades. Listen, learn and either donate or pray for these priests. If Catholic priests in the average parish Church preached like these guys than America would be Catholic.


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