ADVENTCAzT 2017 07: “If you have never before prayed with Mary…”

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 07, for Saturday in the 1st week of Advent. It was a little late today. Sorry. I had it scheduled and saved it rather than hit PUBLISH.

Have some Mystic Monk Coffee and have a listen! IMPORTANT: If you saved my link for coffee somewhere – UPDATE IT!

Ven. Fulton Sheen gives us words of wisdom about the Blessed Virgin Mary.

US HERE – UK HERE

The beautiful chant at the end is from the Benedictines of Mary Queen of Apostles in Missouri, Echoes From Ephesus.   USA HERE UK HERE

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3 Responses to ADVENTCAzT 2017 07: “If you have never before prayed with Mary…”

  1. grateful says:

    I click the black arrow in the red box podcast.
    Just when the traditional music to Dires Irae started, it faded out, still so beautiful.
    Thanks Father.

  2. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father!

  3. jaykay says:

    Am listening to the CD of the Benedictines of Ephesus “Advent at Ephesus”. They have a lovely version of “Angelus ad Virginem”, one of my all-time favourites. Have sung it in SATB, but the Sisters’ version is gorgeous, beautiful diction, intonation… heck, just beautiful everything! And the words of the carol themselves are well worth reciting as a prayer, or meditation, but at the same time you just can’t stop almost bouncing along, and smiling. From the age of true, simple (yet very sophisticated) Faith. I honestly think that’s why people so love the old carols, they really do bring one back to the basics without the prolixity of some of the 18th/19th century ones we’re so used to, beautiful melodies though some have. Just sayin’ …