ADVENTCAzT 2017 02: Confrontation of truths

This year I once again offer short daily podcasts to help you prepare for the upcoming feast as well as for your own, personal, meeting with the Lord.

Here is ADVENTCAzT 02, for Monday in the 1st week of Advent.

Today we hear from Joseph Ratzinger. He talks about the nature of Advent.

And a prayer for priests.

These 5 minute offerings are a token of gratitude for my benefactors who donate and send items from my wishlist.  Thank you!

Have some Mystic Monk Coffee and have a listen!

Some of the music used in my ADVENTCAzTs – chant for Sundays – really good: HERE

Chime in if you listened.

PS: These podcasts should also be available through my iTunes feed, though maybe not immediately. Let me know how you are listening.  Through the plug in on this post? Through iTunes? Downloading?

Please share!

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7 Responses to ADVENTCAzT 2017 02: Confrontation of truths

  1. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father!

  2. David says:

    Thank you, Father! I listened through the player on the blog.

  3. Mike says:

    Listened using the popup via Opera on Windows11. Thanks, Father.

  4. grumpyoldCatholic says:

    Thank you Father. I listen every day in a pop up window. I also share these with my brother who went to the seminary in the 80’s but never finished. He got married. Now he like me is very traditional. We both love the EF Mass. The church I am attending only has the traditional Mass from before Vatican II. Most beautiful.

  5. MitisVis says:

    Listening daily and Thank You Father

  6. Listening through iTunes worked best with my iPhone while doing the dishes :-)
    If I’m on your blog then I just click play right there, which works fine too.

    Thanks for these Father!

  7. VexillaRegis says:

    I listened today!

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