19 May 2011
Do We REALLY Need to Meditate? What is the Difference Between a Life WITH Meditation and a Life WITHOUT Meditation?
We will meditate today: First, upon the excellence of the interior life; and, in order that we may understand it, we will compare it with the exterior life, which is the life of the world. Second, we shall see that it raises the Christian to the height of the divine life in Jesus Christ. We will then make the resolution: first, to avoid all that dissipates us, or to which we have an attachment, such as certain kinds of society and certain conversations; second, to enter into the spirit of Christ by often asking ourselves: Is it thus that Jesus Christ would speak or act? Is this the spirit or the intention which would direct His words or His acts? Our spiritual nosegay shall be the words of St. John: “God Hath sent His only begotten Son into the world that we may live by Him.” (1 John 4:9)...read more
18 Aug 2010
Many wonderful quotes from Saints and Popes that prove the teaching of the Church....read more
10 Jul 2010
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost
The Gospel according to St. Matthew, 7:15-21
“At that time, Jesus said to His disciples: Beware of false prophets who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but invariably they are ravening wolves. By their fruits you shall know them. Do men gather grapes of thorns or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit, and the evil tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can an evil tree bring forth good fruit. Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit shall be … Read the rest...read more
07 Jul 2010
Our friend Tim at St. Louis Catholic has a fabulous round up and reflection for today. Portion below:
Today marks the third anniversary of the great Apostolic Letter given motu proprio, Summorum Pontificum. Today marks three years of steps on the long road back. May God abundantly bless Pope Benedict XVI for this heroic act of justice. May God bless the souls of all who worked to bring it about. May God grant eternal rest to those faithful warriors of the faith now passed away, who fought to keep the Mass alive. And may God have mercy on … Read the rest...read more
05 Jul 2010
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:
- You may not, under any circumstances, identify the priests preaching these sermons or the location where they are being preached (see the explanation below)
- You may not make a financial profit from the copying and/or redistribution of these