Summary: Audio Sancto is a podcast of sermons in plain English on Catholic dogma, doctrine, and devotion.
Sermon titled "Priestly Celibacy is More Than a Discipline" given on Thursday April 17, 2014. Size: 5.9 MB; duration: 17:15.
Sermon titled "Persevering with the Holy Face of Jesus" given on Wednesday April 16, 2014. Size: 3.6 MB; duration: 10:30.
Sermon titled "How to Avoid Being Scandalized with Saint John of the Cross" given on Monday April 14, 2014. Size: 4 MB; duration: 11:39.
Sermon titled "Let Us Not Be Summertime Soldiers" given on Sunday April 13, 2014. Size: 3 MB; duration: 08:38.
Sermon titled "The King and His Passion" given on Sunday April 13, 2014. Size: 3.8 MB; duration: 10:55. Our Lord only allowed Himself to be known as the Christ, as King, in relation to Calvary. Since He began to be considered King on Palm Sunday, the Passion can now begin.
Sermon titled "When I Am Lifted Up" given on Saturday April 12, 2014. Size: 3.5 MB; duration: 10:08.
Sermon titled "Prayer Heals Our Soul and Body" given on Sunday April 6, 2014. Size: 8 MB; duration: 23:23.
Sermon titled "Passiontide for the Bride of Christ" given on Sunday April 6, 2014. Size: 7.4 MB; duration: 21:26. Passiontide is when Our Lord has to go into hiding from the Jewish leaders until His Hour has arrived to redeem the world from sin. Christ and His Church are one. Where the Head has gone, so too must the Body. Signs are not lacking that the Mystical Body of Christ, the Holy Roman Catholic Church, is indeed entered Her own Passion Sunday... Her own Passiontide. There are many signs of this, most notably seen in Her religious as well as the state of holy matrimony in the Church. These put on display for all to see how the Church is faring at this time.
Sermon titled "The Mysteries of Christ in Scripture and Liturgy" given on Sunday March 30, 2014. Size: 6.4 MB; duration: 18:45.
Sermon titled "The Rights of God and Our Lady" given on Tuesday March 25, 2014. Size: 4.4 MB; duration: 12:42.
Sermon titled "Seven Ways to Sin By Detraction" given on Sunday March 23, 2014. Size: 6.3 MB; duration: 18:17. The seven ways of committing detraction: Directly: 1. Calumny 2. Exaggeration 3. Revealing hidden faults 4. Attributing malice to a good deed Indirectly: 5. Denying a good that one does 6. Remaining silent when others detract 7. Minimizing the good another does
Sermon titled "The Need for Double Vision to Handle Joys and Sorrows" given on Wednesday March 19, 2014. Size: 3.2 MB; duration: 09:21. "After having spoken of the necessity of still greater devotion to the Holy Patriarch and Patron of the Church, Saint Joseph, because of the ravages of "Naturalism," that awful pest of our epoch... The advent of a Universal Republic, which is longed for by all the worst elements of disorder, and confidently expected by them, is an idea which is now ripe for execution. From this republic, based on the principles of absolute equality of men and community of possessions, would be banished all national distinctions, nor in it would the authority of the father over his children, or of the public power over the citizens, or of God over human society, be any longer acknowledged. If these ideas are put into practice, there will inevitably follow a reign of unheard-of terror. Already even now a large portion of Europe is going through that doleful experience and We see that it is sought to extend that awful state of affairs to other regions." -- Pope Benedict XV, speaking about his motu proprio on Saint Joseph from July 25, 1920
Sermon titled "Commentary on the Transfiguration" given on Sunday March 16, 2014. Size: 8.9 MB; duration: 26:01.
Sermon titled "Part 9: The King Conquors Through the Holy Mass" given on Thursday March 13, 2014. Size: 10 MB; duration: 29:09.
Sermon titled "Part 8: The Queen of the King" given on Thursday March 13, 2014. Size: 8.4 MB; duration: 24:35.