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A Letter to Parents
A Scientist Finds God
Advice to Parents
Are They All Wrong?
Are You Sincere?
Atheism Doesn't Make Sense
Catholic Education in the Home
Catholic Marriage
Damien Parer--A Unique Australian
I Met a Miracle
I Must Obey the Church
It Does Make a Difference
Label Your Luggage
Listening Again to Jesus
Living the Morning Offering
The Catholic Church and ReasonPart 1 Part 2
The Catholic Mother
The Catholic Way of Worship
The Child from One to Heaven
The Church Christ Founded
The Church or the Bible
The Divinely Ordained Apostolate
The Great Means of Salvation and Perfection
The One True Church
The Power of One Hail Mary
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
The Sanity of Catholicism
The Sermons of St John Mary VianneyPart 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4
To Jesus Through Mary
What I Found
When You Pray
Who Is God?


Audio Conferences and Sermons-Treasure Trove SSPX Talks

Audio Conferences and SermonsFr. Daniel CoutureThe Launching of the Rosary Crusade 15MB mp3 21 min. As Requested by Bishop Fellay for the Holy Father and for the Liberation of Catholic Tradition: August 3, 2008
Opening your homes to the Sacred Heart: 100th anniversary of the ceremony of Enthronement: August 24, 2007Given in Kuala Lumpur 29MB mp3 70 min.
Interview with Rose Hu in Tokyo 26MB mp3 63 min.Her twenty-six years of imprisonment in China;, How she found Tradition;Membership in Third order of SSPX; How her experience dealing with Communist Regime helps her to deal with Modernist authority in the Church.May 6, 2007
The Society of St. Pius X after the General Chapter 17MB mp3 80 min.Loose Translation of Bishop Fellay's talk of October 14, 2006 in Villepreu, FranceGiven in New Zealand October 2006
Mental Prayer 16MB mp3 80 min.Given in New Zealand October 18, 2006
Address on Education 32MB mp3 80 min.Given in Wanganui, New Zealand, October 16, 2006to parents and teachers of St Anthony's Primary School and St Dominic's CollegeConference from Pilgrimage of Reparation to Fatima Part 1 22MB mp3 55 min. Part 2 29MB mp3 31 min.August 2005
Fr. Peter Scott
The Catechism of the Council of Trent and the Creed Part 1: 23MB mp3 64min, Part 2: What is Faith and Why is it Necessary 32MB mp3 90min, Part 3: The Existence and Unity of God 26MB mp3 110min, Part 4: The Attributes of God 37MB mp3 110min. Part 5: The Mystery of the Blessed Trinity (Part I) 37MB mp3 110min. Part 6: The Mystery of the Blessed Trinity (Part II) 38MB mp3 110min. Part 7: The Divine Omnipotence 35MB mp3 100min. Part 8: Creation (PartI) 41MB mp3 120min. Part 9: Creation (PartII) and Divine Providence 42MB mp3 120min. Part 10: Angels 45MB mp3 120min. Part 11: The Physical Creation 38MB mp3 120min. Part 12: The Creation and Nature of Man 36MB mp3 100min. Part 13: Original Justice 37MB mp3 100min. Part 14: Original Sin I 36MB mp3 100min. Part 15: Original Sin II 37MB mp3 105min. Part 16: The Incarnation (Introduction) 41MB mp3 58min. Part 17: The Incarnate God II 36MB mp3 51min. Part 18: The Divinity of Christ 39MB mp3 55min. Part 19: The Humanity of Christ 39MB mp3 55min. Part 20: The Hypostatic Union 40MB mp3 57min. Part 21: The Hypostatic Union II 41MB mp3 58min. Part 22: Consequences of the Hypostatic Union 37MB mp3 52min. Part 23: The Kingship of Christ 33MB mp3 47min. Part 24: Our Lord's Conception by the Holy Ghost 43MB mp3 60min. Part 25: The Nativity 38MB mp3 55min. Part 26: Suffered under Potius Pilate 25MB mp3 35min. Part 27: The Redemption 38MB mp3 54min. Part 28: The Redemption Part II 41MB mp3 57min. Part 29: Descent into Hell 37MB mp3 53min. Part 30: He Rose Again from the Dead 39MB mp3 55min. Part 31: The Ascension 37MB mp3 52min. Part 32: On the Right Hand of the Father 31MB mp3 46min Part 33: Sorry, not available Part 34: The_General_Judgement 42MB mp3 60min Part 35: The_Holy Ghost 32MB mp3 46min Part 36: The Church The Mystical Body of Christ 32MB mp3 46min Part 37: Membership in the Catholic Church 36MB mp3 53min Part 38: Outside the Church No salvation 37MB mp3 52min Part 39: The Marks of the Church - Unity 40MB mp3 57min Part 40: The Marks of the Church - Sanctity 38MB mp3 56min
Fr. Pagliarani
Study of the Scriptures
Moses and the Alamites 29MB mp3 72 min.July 19, 2005Moses and the Plagues 32MB mp3 77 min.July 9, 2005Exodus; Moses 34MB mp3 83 min.May 30, 2005
Michael Davies
The Re-enthronement of Christ the King 24MB mp3 60 min.
Fr. Gaudray The Life of Blessed Elisabeth of the Trinity Given at the Carmel of Spokane Part 1: 18MB mp3 43min, Part 2: 18MB mp3 43min, Part 3: 14MB mp3 43min, Part 4: 18MB mp3 43min, Part 5: 17MB mp3 40min.
Weekly Sermons from St. Ignatius Retreat House, Los GatosFr Alphonsus Marie (Fr A.), Fr Cooper (Fr C.), Fr de la Tour (Fr D.), Fr Emily (Fr E.), Fr DeLallo (Fr L.), Fr Matthews (Fr M.) Fr Allesio (Fr O.)
Twenty Seventh Sun. after Pent.
Fr C.
St Gregory and St Elizabeth of Hungary
2.4MB mp3: 21min.
Twenty Fourth Sun. after Pent.
Fr C.
The Church Started Small Like a Mustard Seed
18MB mp3: 25min.
Feast of Christ the King
Fr C.
Our leaders should follow Christ the King
9MB mp3: 13min.
Twenty Third Sun. after Pent.
Fr A.
Communion of Saints and why Purgatory exists
14MB mp3: 23min.
Twenty First Sun. after Pent.
Fr C.
St. Raphael
15MB mp3: 21min.
Twentieth Sun. after Pentecost
Fr M.
What is a convent of Benedictine nuns?
22MB mp3: 31min.
Ninteenth Sun. after Pentecost
Fr A.
Working out our salvation
14MB mp3: 20min.
Sixteenth Sun. after Pentecost
Fr E.
St. Pius X
12MB mp3: 17min.
Fiftteenth Sun. after Pentecost
Fr C.
We should be resigned to the Will of God in all things.
8MB mp3: 12min.
Fourteenth Sun. after Pentecost
Fr C.
Gratitude for God's Providence
14MB mp3: 20min.
The Assumption
Fr D.
To desire heaven
7MB mp3: 10min.
Thirteenth Sun. after Pentecost
Fr C.
Giving thanks to God for all our benefits
14MB mp3: 20min.
Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr C.
Imitate Christ's Example of Doing Good to All
11MB mp3: 16min.
Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr D.
Confidence in Our Lord's Sacred Heart and Mercy
5MB mp3: 16min.
Eleventh Sun. after Pentecost
Fr C.

10MB mp3: 14min.
Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr C.
We are not independant; we rely on God
10MB mp3: 14min.
Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr A.
What is grace: sanctifying grace and actual grace
27MB mp3: 14min.
Ninth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr C.
The danger of relying on a deathbed repentance
9.5MB mp3: 13min.
Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr A.
On the sin of detraction
17MB mp3: 24min.
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost
Fr C.
Look at your own soul, don't just compare to others
12MB mp3: 17min.
Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr C.
Having a personal committment to the Faith.
13MB mp3: 18min.
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr D.

16MB mp3: 25min.
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Fr A.
Purity of Intention
15MB mp3: 21min.
Trinity Sunday
Fr C.

14MB mp3: 17min.
Sunday after the Ascension
Fr C.
Preparing for Holy Communion
12MB mp3: 17min.
The Ascension
Fr C.
Preaching the Catholic Faith
12MB mp3: 17min.
Fifth Sunday after Easter
Fr C.
St Jospeh the Worker
6MB mp3: 9min.
Fourth Sunday after Easter

The Gifts of Hearing and Speech
9MB mp3: 13min.
Third Sunday after Easter
Fr C.
We need to suffer with Jesus to be with Him forever
9MB mp3: 13min.
Second Sunday after Easter
Fr C.
The Good Shepherd, salvation of souls and vocations
13.5MB mp3: 19min.
Easter Sunday
Fr C.

13MB mp3: 19min.
Holy Thursday
Fr C.

15MB mp3: 22min.
Fourth Sunday of Lent
Fr C.
Give freely of yourself to God
9MB mp3: 13min.
Third Sunday of Lent
Fr L.
Lent is time for ammending our lives
13MB mp3: 18min.
Second Sunday after Lent
Fr O.
The Transfiguration and lessons from it
5MB mp3: 7 min.
Third Sunday after Epiphany
Fr C.
Battlelines Drawn
19MB mp3: 26min.
Second Sunday after Epiphany
Fr C.
Preparing for Marriage
20MB mp3: 29min.
Holy Family
Fr C.
12MB mp3: 17min.
Holy Name of Jesus
Fr D.

7.5MB mp3: 11min.
The Circumcision
Fr D.
Motive of Incarnation is Redemption
9MB mp3: 18min.
Christmas Day
Fr C.
Detatchment from the world
13MB mp3: 18min.
Fourth Sunday of Advent
Fr C.
Repentance for sin
4.3MB mp3: 11min.
First Sunday of Advent
Fr A.
Death and Judgement
20MB mp3: 20 min.
Immaculate Conception
Fr D.
The Immaculate Conception of Mary
5.5MB mp3:14 min.
Second Sunday of Advent
Fr C.
St. John the Baptist
18MB mp3: 20 min.
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Fr C.
Our Lady of Guadalupe
11MB mp3: 26 min.
Fr. Pfeiffer
First Sunday of Advent
17MB mp3: 43 min.
Second Sunday of Advent
St. John the Baptist and Mary our Mother
14MB mp3: 34 min.
Third Sunday of Advent
History of the Missa de Gallo and the mystery of the night
11MB mp3: 25 min.
Fourth Sunday of Advent

10MB mp3: 25 min.
Christmas Day
Making room in your life for Christ
7.5MB mp3: 18 min.
Octave Day of the Nativity
The Eucharist and Penance will bring Victory
7MB mp3: 17 min.
Second Sunday after Epiphany
Jesus was born to die and thus is surrounded by death, starting with the Holy Innocents
9MB mp3: 24 min.
Third Sunday after Epiphany
Overcome evil by good
10MB mp3: 25 min.
Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

22MB mp3: 24 min.
Septuagesima Sunday
Liturgy is not just something we do, but it is the center of our lives.(Sermon combined with Septuagesima Sunday)
22MB mp3: 24 min.
Sexagesima Sunday

First Sunday of Lent
Now is the time when the Father is more inclinedto hear our prayers, as His Son died for us
4MB mp3: 18 min.
Second Sunday of Lent
We are inclined to think more clearly when fasting;It is not meet and just to say everything to all men.
9.5MB mp3: 24 min.
Third Sunday of Lent
Joseph of the Old and New Testament are compared. Both did not question God and fought with supernatural strength.
13.5MB mp3: 33 min.
Palm Sunday
The thirty pieces of silver and the price of our sins
9.8MB mp3: 24 min.
Monday after Palm Sunday
The first Word of Jesus from the Cross. His forgiveness was a very new perspective for that time.
13MB mp3: 32 min.
Tuesday in Holy Week
The third Word of Jesus from the Cross, "Woman Behold thy son, son behold thy Mother." i.e. the birth of the Church. Mary's third word was a friendly greeting to her cousin which caused her to be referred to as Mother forthe first time.
13MB mp3: 31 min.
Holy Thursday
On the priesthood
14MB mp3: 34 min.
Good Friday
Seventh Word from the cross
14MB mp3: 33 min.
Good Friday
19MB mp3: 46 min.
Easter Vigil
We worry foolishly about the small things
9MB mp3: 22 min.
Easter Sunday
Look behind the words of Jesus to the essence; Jesus comes down to where we are to teach us His Waysof Divine Love. Meaning of, "I am a worm and not man."
14.5MB mp3: 16min.
First Sunday after Easter
Jesus of history, not of faith, rose from the dead; ressurection from the death of sin in the confessional is real;
7MB mp3: 46 min.
Second Sunday after Easter
Most priests go to hell because they do not feed their flocks
14MB mp3: 35 min.
Third Sunday after Easter
The power and beauty of Our Lord Jesus Christ
14MB mp3: 33 min.
Fourth Sunday after Easter
The spirit of truth
10MB mp3: 25 min.
Fifth Sunday after Easter
The importance of a life of prayer
33MB mp3: 28 min.
Ascension Thursday
Look to heaven with confidence not disbelief, anger
10MB mp3: 25 min.
Sunday after the Ascension
Synteresis: The natural knowledge to do good and avoid evil, but it in a Christ-like way.
4.4MB mp3: 11 min.
Pentecost Sunday

10.5MB mp3: 26 min.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

President Kennedy on Secret Oaths, Society-Video

President Kennedy on Secret Oaths, Society-Audio

Excerpt: The very word "secrecy" is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it. Even today, there is little value in opposing the threat of a closed society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions. Even today, there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it. And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment. That I do not intend to permit to the extent that it is in my control. And no official of my Administration, whether his rank is high or low, civilian or military, should interpret my words here tonight as an excuse to censor the news, to stifle dissent, to cover up our mistakes or to withhold from the press and the public the facts they deserve to know."

"No President should fear public scrutinity of his program. For from that scrutiny comes understanding; and from that understanding comes support or opposition. And both are necessary. I am not asking your newspapers to support the Administration, but I am asking your help in the tremendous task of informing and alerting the American people. For I have complete confidence in the response and dedication of our citizens whenever they are fully informed.I not only could not stifle controversy among your readers-- I welcome it. This Administration intends to be candid about its errors; for as a wise man once said: "An error does not become a mistake until you refuse to correct it." We intend to accept full responsibility for our errors; and we expect you to point them out when we miss them.Without debate, without criticism, no Administration and no country can succeed-- and no republic can survive. That is why the Athenian lawmaker Solon decreed it a crime for any citizen to shrink from controversy. And that is why our press was protected by the First (emphasized) Amendment-- the only business in America specifically protected by the Constitution-- not primarily to amuse and entertain, not to emphasize the trivial and sentimental, not to simply "give the public what it wants"--but to inform, to arouse, to reflect, to state our dangers and our opportunities, to indicate our crises and our choices, to lead, mold educate and sometimes even anger public opinion.This means greater coverage and analysis of international news-- for it is no longer far away and foreign but close at hand and local. It means greater attention to improved understanding of the news as well as improved transmission. And it means, finally, that government at all levels, must meet its obligation to provide you with the fullest possible information outside the narrowest limits of national security..."

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Spirit of Chartres and Jim Condit Ju;y 2011

Current Events and History in theLight of Catholic Social Teachings --July 2011

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Friday, July 1, 2011

Byzantine Empire