CHRISTMASCAzT 30: We are like Herod.

My 5 minute daily podcasts continue for the Christmas Octave. This year they are my token of gratitude for my benefactors who have donated and sent items from my wish list.  Thank you for pitching in so that others may benefit from your kindness.

Here is CHRISTMASCAzT 30.  Have some Mystic Monk Coffee and have a listen!

PS: My stat counter for this plugin has been screwed up.  Chime in if you listened.

PPS: These podcasts are also available through my iTunes feed. Let me know how you are listening.  Through the plug in on this post? Through iTunes? Downloading?

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9 Responses to CHRISTMASCAzT 30: We are like Herod.

  1. Mike says:

    Pop-up in Chrome v31 on Windows 7.

  2. chcrix says:

    Always download the mp3. Play it when and where I wish, and save it as well.

  3. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    Plugin worked without a hitch. Thank you for both fine readings! It would be good if works by Pius Parsch were reprinted (in translation – though even in the original there seems little enough, and it is not as if lots were already available online: I have only found one work, in English, in the Internet Archive).

  4. Jerome Vincent says:

    Have kept listening throughout the last few days, always through the plugin. Your background music today, whatever it was, was particularly beautiful. Gratias ut semper.

  5. New Sister says:

    Wow – *that* was beautiful. Grazie

  6. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father, beautiful! Hadn’t heard of Pius Parsch before, wonderful stuff!

  7. Angie Mcs says:

    Thank you, Father. That was very moving. I listen to your Christmascazts every day on my IPad. They give me much to think about.

  8. kevinm says:

    Chimed in…thak you Father and Happy New year !


  9. Bea says:

    Listened through Plug in this post.

    So Happy to you. (one of my children in early childhood used to say “I’m happy to you”)
    So, Father, I’m happy to you.
    Thank you for these PODCAzTs.