Category Archives: History

#199 – Doctor Illuminatus

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Raymond Llull, a 13th century Franciscan blessed, with influence in theology, logic, computers, and even an appearance in Marvel Comics! Plus, when priests sing with sisters.

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The Portiuncula Indulgence

Photo of a Priest Hole from the Mary in Monmouth blog

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podcasticon# 199 – Doctor Illuminatus

#198 – Priest Holes

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It’s the Feast of the Sacred Heart and the beginning of the Year of the Priest, so in today’s episode we look at a time when serving as a priest could literally cost your life and we also look at the oldest prayer to the Blessed Mother that we still use today. Plus a contest for a free CD!

Links:
Picture of Priest Holes by Richard Marsden at Bashing Secularism
Video of a Priest Hole
Information on the Year of the Priest from the USCCB


Sub Tuum Praesidium
in Greek, Slavonic, Latin and English

“Under Your Mercy” by The Kiev Seminary Choir from Hymns of the All Night Vigil on Magnatune
“Sub Tuum Praesidium” chanted by the Abtei Mariawald

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podcasticon# 198 – Priest Holes

#197 – The Angelus

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As the famous painting by Millet shows, the Angelus has been an important part of Franciscan and Catholic spirituality for hundreds of years. It inspires devotion to the saving deeds of Christ and reminds us of our own participation in that salvation.

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The Angelus

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podcasticon# 197 – The Angelus

#195 – Truth and Beauty

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Join me in a conversation with Professor Jennifer Healy as we discuss Catholicism and Art over a cup of tea. Plus, listener e-mail.

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Work of William Congdon

  • Epic – series on Church History
    The Church History series

    The Sun and Moon Over Assisi

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    podcasticon# 195 – Truth and Beauty

  • #194 – Delicious Coffee!

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    Learn how the “Devil’s Brew” was “baptized” and became the preferred beverage of tired monks and friars everywhere. Plus, another monastic beverage with a bit different effect. God bless the monks!

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    podcasticon# 194 – Delicious Coffee!

    #193 – The Smiling Pope

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    Pope John Paul I’s papacy lasted only 33 days, but he still made a tremendous impression upon the faithful and the the world. Plus, Fr. Seraphim attempts to yodel.

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    Illustrissimi – the letters of Pope John Paul I

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    podcasticon# 193 – The Smiling Pope

    The Life of Saint Mary of Egypt

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    A special episode dedicated to the life of the patron saint of penitents and a saint very popular in both the Eastern and Western Churches. Her story can inspire all of us to repentance and trust in God’s mercy.

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    From Magnatune.com
    Kyiv Chamber Choir – One Thousand Years Of Ukrainian Sacred Music
    By the Rivers of Babylon

    Kyiv Seminary Choir
    Traditional worship singing of Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
    Lord I cry unto Thee and Now lettest Thou depart

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    podcasticonThe Life of Saint Mary of Egypt

    #189 – The Penitent Man

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    Lent is the season of penance and what better example of penance than that of the Order of Penitents. Find out what it takes to undergo a “second baptism”, plus listener e-mail.

    Links:
    Confraternity of Penitents
    Kyrie Eleison – Kyiv Chamber Choir
    One Thousand Years Of Ukrainian Sacred Music from Magnatune.com

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    podcasticon#189 – The Penitent Man

    #188 – The Swallow

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    The Swallow in Europe has spiritual links both to Jesus Christ and to his Blessed Mother. The Swallow also announces the coming of spring and of our Savior. Plus, the Akathist and animal sounds.

    Links:
    Paul Camarata’s Saint Cast Episode on The Swallows of Capistrano
    Ordinary of the Mass in Eight Languages

    Picture – Swallow by Philip Price

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    podcasticon#188 – The Swallow

    #186 – The A Word

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    The history of “Alleluia” and why we don’t say it during the Lenten season, the Mission of the Eastern Catholic Church and a patron saint for metrologists – not meteorologists.

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    Out of Print Catholic Books
    Metrology work by Ephiphanius of Salamis
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    podcasticon#186 – The A Word