LENTCAzT 03: Friday after Ash Wednesday

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Today is Friday after Ash Wednesday.  We are in the “narthex” of Lent.


With this audio offering, I continue a series of daily podcasts for Lent.  They are intended to give you a small boost every day, a little encouragement in your own use of this holy season.

I do this, first and foremost, in thanks to my donors.


PS: Once again, my audio plugin is screwed up.  I hope these are working for you.  And my stats function won’t work either, so I have no idea how many people are listening.  Chime in!

LENTCAzT 03: Friday after Ash Wednesday
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23 Responses to LENTCAzT 03: Friday after Ash Wednesday

  1. excalibur says:

    Working fine.

  2. Mariana2 says:

    Thank you, Father! Most salutary, the Sheen quote!

    Could anyone enlighten me which book the quote from Sheen is from?

  3. guans says:

    “whenever a little thing is left to it, there the heart will place all its desires”
    St Philip, pray for us.
    ps I listened via mp3 player

  4. cantrix says:

    Thank you, Father. Just what I needed to hear today.

  5. Jim of Bowie says:

    Listening. Thanks. BTW receiving my first full order of Mystic Monk Hermit and Cowboy blends today after getting their sampler for Christmas.

    Fr. Z's Gold Star Award

  6. JonPatrick says:

    When I click on the play button it seems to run until about 2:40 then stops and won’t restart.
    I can listen by clicking the MP3 download and playing in a pop-up.
    This is using Google Chrome, maybe that’s the problem.

  7. Siculum says:

    Listening with the family.

  8. SKAY says:

    Thank you Father.

  9. liturmatt says:

    Thank you Father. The French bishop you quoted, who was he?

  10. Andkaras says:

    Only gets to 1.34 for me .

  11. kevinm says:

    Thanks Father…this is a great way to start the day !



  12. campbreeze says:

    I always listen, thanks for everything.

  13. Sword40 says:

    +Jacques-Benigne Bossuet. Thank you Fr. Z, I have his book “Meditations for Lent” by Sophia Press right here in front of me. I bought it for my wife and now I’m “hooked” on it.

  14. Sonshine135 says:

    Thanks again Father Z. I am enjoying your Lentcazt and sharing with my family.

  15. Bea says:

    Thanks Father. Came through loud and clear.

  16. jackj says:

    I had trouble with both Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. Somehow it works just fine with Firefox.

  17. Laura R. says:

    I have Firefox and it stopped part way through. The music at the beginning was lovely. Am looking forward to future “podcazt”s; they should be a wonderful addition to Lenten observance.

  18. SophiaGrace says:

    Listening, via the plug-in. Thank you, Father. You remain in my prayers.

  19. Obumbrabit says:

    Plugin got stuck so I downloaded it, but even that was incomplete, but downloading a second time was successful.

  20. Mike says:

    Couldn’t use the popup in either IE or Chrome; as in others’ experience today, the playback terminated after a minute or so as most. Download acted up similarly in Chrome, but worked in IE. I wonder if something is amiss on the host, perhaps bandwidth issues when many are trying to download as is likely at this hour of the evening?

    Your talk, as always, was worth the slight effort of finding a way to play it. Thank you.

  21. lsclerkin says:

    Holy Mass (TLM)
    Holy Hour before the Blessed Sacrament.

    Oh, and veneration of a relic of the True Cross


  22. kay says:

    Between your LentCAzt and saying the rosary w/others I’m spending time with the Lord each day. Thanks Father Z!


  23. lisebaur says:

    I am listening with my teenage sons and I’ve sent out through the listserve for our homeschool co-op. I am especially enjoying learning about the station churches. As I am listening during the second time I look up online photos of these magnificent churches to which you refer. God bless you, Fr. Z.