LENTCAzT 2017 18 – Saturday 2nd Week of Lent: Become good students of history

17_02_28_LENTCAzT_2017These daily 5 minute podcasts for Lent are intended to give you a small boost every day, a little encouragement in your own use of this holy season and to thank the benefactors who help me and this blog.

Today is Saturday in the 2nd Week of Lent.  The Roman Station is Sts. Marcellino and Pietro.

GO TO CONFESSION!

Sometimes you hear in these podcasts pieces from Matthew Curtis’ – Motecta Trium Vocum.

US HERE
UK HEREhttp://www.wdtprs.com/lentcazt16/36_lentcazt16.mp3

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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4 Responses to LENTCAzT 2017 18 – Saturday 2nd Week of Lent: Become good students of history

  1. Absit invidia says:

    Speaking of being a student of history, each country in the world needs another St. Patrick of Ireland. I’d like to remind every cardinal, bishop, priest, and pope that St. John Vianney is still the Church’s Patron Saint of Parish Priests. His writings should be dusted off as they are worth another study, although many modernists today would simply wince at what they discover. But that’s just it, the Church needs another St. Patrick can’t just expect the laity to carry the burden of what only ordained leaders can accomplish.

  2. Rouxfus says:

    This podcast for Saturday is the third sequential day in the iTunes Podcast feed where the audio for the day is the program for Wednesday in the fifth week of Lent. The days where this problem has been the case are Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the second week of lent. The descriptions in the podcast feed are correct for each day, but when the audio plays it is in every case a talk for Wednesday in passiontide.

    I discovered the issue in the Podcast app on an iPad, and comfirmed that the problem exists with the Podcasts app on the AppleTV. (So it seems to be a feed problem rather than a device issue.)

    The WDTPRS.com podcasts for these days do not have this problem; they have the expected programs for the second week of Lent.

  3. Semper Gumby says:

    Thanks Fr. Z.

  4. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father, great stuff!

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