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The earlier thread about Institute of Christ the King got me thinking of this topic, because somebody shared the sermons of a priest at one of their parishes.

Anybody want to share some links of podcasts or sermons they enjoy listening to? I'd love to hear some new stuff to keep me inspired!

Also, it would be helpful to me if you could indicate the, er, canonical status of the speaker (SSPX, sede, etc.) as that sort of thing is important to me.
I dig Fr. Z's pod casts. (once upon a time I didn't) They're sound and on our side. check out his podcast page. Good stuff.
Saint Irenaeus Ministries has a number of great podcasts on scripture.  The guy who does the talks is not a trad, but I doubt most trads will have problems with these podcasts except perhaps when the speaker occasionally refers to the Vatican II document Dei Verbum

He's apparently a converted Protestant, and makes the fascinating argument that Catholics read the Bible more literally than Protetsant Fundamentalists.  In addition, he really encourages people to face the difficult passages of the Bible rather than trying to find an easy way out by looking for a symbolic interpretation or dismissing a passage as myth.

http://siministries.org/Podcast/PodcastList
Fr. Altier's fundamentals of Catholicism class.... and they're f-f-f-f-f-f-free!!!!!

http://www.fatheraltier.excerptsofinri.com/
http://www.audiosancto.org/

Absolutely best on web that I can find. Plays on my droid phone like a charm!

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Below is John Martignoni  Apologetics site...NOrdo conservative but generally orthodox well presented apologetics. I like it because he sounds just like a protty preacher in tone and presentation which makes it easier to offer to my protty friends

http://www.biblechristiansociety.com/home.php
I would like to recommend Father Hardon's courses. Many are now available on a single mp3 disc that used to come in cassette tape sets.

The two I have listened to are Angels and Demons and Catholic Sexual Morality. They are only about $16 each for the mp3 disc that would have been about $38 if purchased in cassette.

These courses probably run about 12 hours each.

Do a search on Father Hardon if interested. The small company who provides these materials is out of Beardstown, KY. Cardinal Burke is on the board of advisors. They'll even send you a nice catalog.

Father Hardon is precise and my only problem is trying to listen later in the evening while laying on my bed. He puts me to sleep, not because he is boring but due to his quiet and deliberate delivery. So I recommend listening while sitting upright with your eyes open.

still looking.....nope....no Black sheep dog sermons.....hmmm.
(07-27-2011, 10:14 AM)voxpopulisuxx Wrote: [ -> ]still looking.....nope....no Black sheep dog sermons.....hmmm.

Who can afford his prices?!?
http://traditionalcatholicsermons.org/

There a lot of sermons here, and even a couple of different series that are strictly Catechism readings.
(07-27-2011, 10:14 AM)voxpopulisuxx Wrote: [ -> ]still looking.....nope....no Black sheep dog sermons.....hmmm.

I have some of his sermons. Some are really good...at least the ones where he isn't worshiping JPII.

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