Our frequent guest St. Augustine of Hippo (+430) drills into a couple verses of Ps. 95(96) in his Enarrationes in psalmos 95, an excerpt of which is in in the Office of Readings in the Liturgia horarum for this 33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time in the newer calendar.
We are moving quickly to the end of the liturgical year. Therefore Holy Church is more and more focusing our attention on the Four Last Things, death, judgment, heaven and hell.
I don’t want to go to Hell for eternity. Do you?
Augustine and I give you some tips on how to avoid that nasty end.
Folks, we are going to die and be judged, the Lord will come again, whether we ask Him to or not.
His mercy is ours for the asking.
Praise to the Lord – Faith of our Fathers
Sonata Chquitanas: Andante – Bolivian Baroque – Florilegium
Sanctus/Benedictus – Missa pro defunctis – Palestrina – Chanticleer
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Some of the last offerings (check out the PODCAzT PAGE):
072 08-11-11 The death of St. Martin; starlings, cuckolds, bell ringing and a skull
071 08-11-06 "Faith inscribed across your heart": Benedict on Cyril of Jerusalem & Cyril on faith, your treasure
070 08-11-01 Venerable Bede on All Saints; a collage; don Camillo (Part IV)
069 08-10-30 Augustine on Ps 103; Benedictines can sing!
068 08-08-04 Interview – Fr. Tim Finigan on the Oxford TLM conference; don Camillo (Part III)
067 08-07-29 St. Augustine on Martha, active v. contemplative lives; don Camillo (part II)
066 08-07-25 don Camillo (part I): VM – advice on getting TLMs & “pro multis”