28 Jul 2010
Please pray three Hail Mary’s for the priests giving these sermons.
What is the purpose of suffering in Purgatory? What are the punishments? What determines the intensity of the pain suffered there? What determines the length of our stay? What about the Sabbatine Privledge?
What and who is Audio Sancto?
Audio Sancto is a website created and maintained by Catholic laymen who record and publish sermons by Catholic priests, with the permission of the priests who preach them.
Am I allowed to copy these sermons and pass them along?
Yes, but there are a few conditions:
20 Jul 2010
Well, this sure explains some attitudes that I’ve run across.
Years ago, I was sharing an office at Hunter College with a very observant Orthodox Jew, Michael Wyschogrod. He is a distinguished Jewish theologian — not only did he faithfully follow the Torah, but his religion was clearly at the very center of his life. This created a deep bond between us, finding ourselves in a radically liberal university in which religion was at best tolerated, at times overtly ridiculed, or subtly undermined by insinuations such as “passé,” “mediaeval,” and unscientific. No one should be surprised … Read the rest...read more
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