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Best Fr John Zuhlsdorf podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Fr John Zuhlsdorf podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Today is Spy Wednesday of Holy Week. It’s the last full day of Lent. The Roman Station is Santa Maria Maggiore. We were here five weeks ago. Ven. Fulton J. Sheen talks about how Christ borrowed things from time to time and what that can mean for us. The Benedictines of Gower Abbey sing to us. [US HERE – UK HERE] Subscribe on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide t…
 
Today is Tuesday in Holy Week. Closer day by day. The Roman Station is Santa Prisca. We aren’t sure who she was, but there is a really cool tradition about her. Fr. Troadec reflects on the Passion according to Mark, which we hear today in Holy Mass in the Traditional Roman Rite. Fulton Sheen gives us an image of unhappy souls. In these podcasts I s…
 
Today is Monday in Holy Week. Closer day by day. The Roman Station is Santa Prassede all’Esquilino, one of the original parish churches of Rome. Here is kept part of the pillar at which Christ was scourged, brought back to Rome by St. Helena. Today Cardinal Bacci gives us another beautiful meditation, this time on Christ’s Cross and, consequently, …
 
Today is Palm Sunday. Holy Week begins. The Roman Station is San Giovanni in Laterano, the Cathedral of Rome. We are today one week from Easter. Almost there. Today I rant a little with practical tips about how you might beneficially participate from afar in the sacred rites of this most Holy Week. Subscribe on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts …
 
Today is Saturday in the 5th Week of Lent – Passiontide. It’s the last day before Holy Week. The Roman Station is San Giovanni a Porta Latina, where the pagans tried to murder St. John the Apostle and Evangelist. We are today one week from the Easter Vigil. Almost there. Subscribe on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts especially in gratitude to b…
 
Today is Friday in the 5th Week of Lent – Passiontide. The Roman Station is Santo Stefano Rotondo in Monte Celio, the round basilica. We are today one week from Good Friday. As such it is the feast of our lady of Sorrows. Subscribe on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts especially in gratitude to benefactors.…
 
Today is Thursday in the 5th Week of Lent – Passiontide. The Roman Station is Sant’Apollinare alle Terme Neroniane-Alessandrine near the Piazza Navona. I am happy to read again today from the new English translation of Fr. Patrick Troadec’s work Toward Easter. I don’t have to translate from the French original now. US HERE – UK HERE Today we hear a…
 
Today is Tuesday in the 5th Week of Lent – Passiontide. The Roman Station is Santa Maria in Via Lata. I am excited to read today from the new English translation of Fr. Patrick Troadec, SSPX, work Toward Easter. I don’t have to translate from the French original now. US HERE – UK HERE Father talks about how we should be ready to suffer for Christ b…
 
It’s Saturday in the 4th Week of Lent. The Roman Station is San Nicola in carcere. I have a personal connection to this church from my time in seminary onward. Alban Goodier helps us to see what a seemingly small gesture of kindness made to the centurion at the foot of Christ’s Cross. With a biretta tip to The Great Roman. Subscribe on SOUNDCLOUD. …
 
It’s Thursday in the 4th Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santi Silvestro e Martino ai Monti, in the rough and tumble Suburra area of Rome. Today Fr. Patrick Troadec, SSPX, gives us a fervorino about how the Lord raised from death a widow’s only son. He deftly quotes Ambrose and Augustine on the symbolic roles of those involved. (HINT: You might …
 
It’s Wednesday in the 4th Week of Lent and the Feast of the Annunciation. The Roman Station is Saint Paul’s outside-the-walls, where you find the tomb of the Apostle. Joseph Ratzinger explain how Mary is, in her person, the true Zion, the true Israel, the true “people of God”. The Benedictines of Gower Abbey sing to us. [US HERE – UK HERE] Check me…
 
It’s Tuesday in the 4th Week of Lent. The Roman Station is San Lorenzo in Damaso, another of the many churches dedicated to St. Lawrence, so beloved of the Romans. Card. Bacci talks about a well-formed and about a badly-form conscience. People can make excuses for their sins. Also, today is the commemoration of St. Gabriel the Archangel. We hear a …
 
It’s Monday in the 4th Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santi Quattro Coronati, the Four Crowned Saints, early martyrs who refused to weaken their identity. Today Pius Parsch helps us to get our bearing on where we are in Lent. Check me out on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts especially in gratitude to benefactors.…
 
It’s 4th Sunday of Lent – Laetare. The Roman Station is Santa Croce in Gerusaleme, The Holy Cross in Jerusalem. There are reserved here relics of the Lord’s Passion recovered by St. Helena and brought to Rome. We hear today Fulton Sheen and Card. Bacci. Bacci talks about Christian love. Sheen has a fantastic image about prayer. You will also hear a…
 
It’s Saturday in the 3rd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santa Susanna, though it would be at observed across the street at the beautiful beautiful Carmelite church St. Maria della Victoria where you find Bernini’s astonishing statue of St. Teresa in ecstasy. We hear today Fulton Sheen make a comparison between our sins and an epidemic, and how …
 
It’s Friday in the 3rd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is San Lorenzo in Lucina, where you find the grate upon which Lawrence was burned. Today the late Archbp. Alban Goodier connects our discipleship and whole way of life with the Passion of the Lord. He prepared His Apostles for what was to come. Therefore, He prepared us. [US HERE – UK HERE] Che…
 
It’s Wednesday in the 3rd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is San Sisto, though observed (when permitted) at Ss. Nereo e Achilleo. In this time of growing privation, though not very serious for most of us… yet… Card. Bacci talks to us about how to deal with privations, in their different kinds. There are spiritual privations, as well, and some of th…
 
It’s Tuesday in the 3rd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santa Pudenziana. Today we hear a magnificent prayer, comprehensive, attributed to Pope Clement XI (+1721). It is truly a “universal” prayer, because it covers all the needful bases. Check me out on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts especially in gratitude to benefactors.…
 
In this PODCAzT I read for you the Latin version of the extract from the traditional Rituale Romanum of A Prayer In Times of Epidemics (RR Tit. IX. Ch. X). It really should be done in Latin. These devotions and the use of Latin slipped away. I can’t help but think that this was systematically and purposely stripped out of the church’s life to weake…
 
It’s Monday in the 3rd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is San Marco near the Piazza Venezia. Today St. Thomas Aquinas bends our minds around Christ’s saving work, divine, accomplished through His humanity, for us who must receive it properly. Check me out on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts especially in gratitude to benefactors.…
 
It’s the 3rd Sunday of Lent. The Roman Station is San Lorenzo fuori le mura. St. Lawrence outside-the-walls We hear about the difference of Major and Minor Basilicas in Rome. Also, Fulton Sheen gives us great advice about not being too discouraged when we fall and sin. Helfpful. Check me out on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts especially in gra…
 
It’s Saturday in the 2nd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santi Marcellino e Pietro Card. Bacci talks about the “philosopher’s stone” of the spiritual life. Fulton Sheen pulls our masks off. We have a lovely Collect from the Mass. The Benedictine of Gower Abbey sing to us. Check me out on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts especially in gratitu…
 
It’s Friday in the 2nd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is San Vitale. Today we hear about envy, jealously, with the help of Thomas Aquinas, Dante and Dorothy Sayers. I sincerely believe that many of the tensions in the more traditional side of the Catholic blogosphere are driven by this perverted desire to deprive others of the goods they enjoy and…
 
It’s Thursday in the 2nd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santa Maria in Trastevere. This is one of the oldest churches dedicated to the Mother of God. We hear from Fr. Troadec today about Dives and Lazarus, the Rich Man and the Beggar. [US HERE – UK HERE] Check me out on SOUNDCLOUD. I provide these podcasts especially in gratitude to benefactors…
 
It’s Wednesday in the 2nd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santa Cecilia in Trastevere. I have a personal relationship with this basilica. Today Fulton Sheen talks about how monotonous Christ’s life was. In these podcasts I sometimes use snips from this lovely disc of music: Motecta Trium Vocum. Beautiful. US HERE – UK HERE Check me out on SOUNDC…
 
It’s Tuesday in the 2nd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santa Balbina. However, it’s observance was moved to San Bartolomeo on the Tiber Island. Moreover, in Rome churches have been shut down for the time being because of coronavirus. Today, in addition to hearing about Santa Balbina and the Chains of Peter, St. Alphonsus de Liguori coaches us a…
 
It’s Monday in the 2nd Week of Lent. The Roman Station is the amazing San Clemente. Today we hear the last Angelus address given by Benedict XVI. It was the 2nd Sunday of Lent. He talks about climbing the mountain of prayer, but then going back down into action. We hear also from the beautiful nuns of Gower Abbey. [US HERE – UK HERE]. Check me out …
 
It’s Ember Saturday in the 1st Week of Lent. The Roman Station is San Pietro in Vaticano. Today we hear about the logic of the Ember Days and the progression of thought from the 1st Sunday of Lent to today, traditionally a day for ordinations. St. Theresa of Jesus gives some advice.By Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
 
It’s Friday in the 1st Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santi Dodici Apostoli. We hear today about a saint who bilocated to be at a Pope’s deathbed. We also pray, at the foot of the Cross, with Mary, for priests. You will also hear a bit of the wonderful Benedictine nuns of Gower Abbey [US HERE – UK HERE]. I provide these especially in gratitude …
 
Here are my audio projects of the Way of the Cross. Remember… On 1st Fridays, please pray the Act of Reparation. GO TO CONFESSION! For priests, especially, try The Way Of The Cross For Priests from the Benedictines of Silverstream Priory. HERE. Would you consider getting copies of this for your priests where you are? Lay people: pray it for priests…
 
It’s Thursday in the 1st Week of Lent. The Roman Station is San Lorenzo in Panisperna. We hear today about the martyrdom of St. Lawrence and Fulton Sheen adds a comment. You will also hear a bit of the wonderful Benedictine nuns of Gower Abbey [US HERE – UK HERE]. I provide these especially in gratitude to benefactors who help me and this blog. UPD…
 
It’s Ember Wednesday in the 1st Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Santa Maria Maggiore. We review the miracle of snow in a Roman August and hear from Fr. Troadec about the beautiful gift of our baptism [US HERE – UK HERE] I provide these especially in gratitude to benefactors who help me and this blog.…
 
It’s Tuesday in the 1st Week of Lent. The Roman Station is Sant’Anastasia al Palatino Today St. Catherine of Siena shares something that the Lord told her. And Fulton Sheen opines about selflessness. Along the way you hear a bit of the album I wrote about, HERE. Just a taste of the Final Teleutaion Antiphon Before the Entrance. Check out Lost Voice…
 
It is Friday after Ash Wednesday. Lent is getting underway. The Roman Station is Sts. John and Paul on the Caelian Hill. REMINDER: I am on pilgrimage in the Holy Land. I remember my benefactors in my prayers. I provide these especially in gratitude to benefactors who help me and this blog.By Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
 
It is Thursday after Ash Wednesday. Lent is getting underway. The Roman Station is San Giorgio in Velabro. REMINDER: I am on pilgrimage in the Holy Land. I remember my benefactors in my prayers. I provide these especially in gratitude to benefactors who help me and this blog.By Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
 
And so we begin again a series of daily 5 minute 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 provide these especially in gratitude to benefactors who help me and this blog. Today is Shrove Tuesday, a day upon which many would seek to be “shriven” before the …
 
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