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Quote:From Rorate Caeli and audio from Fr Chad Rippenger. This is very interesting talk, especially revealing is the different opinion of "the greatest generation" and "baby boomers" etc...


Audio: On the Sixth Generation - Generational spirits of the Lost Generation to the one currently being born


Audio: On the Sixth Generation - Generational spirits of the Lost Generation to the one currently being born
The great Father Chad Ripperger has delivered a powerful talk on the demonic, how demons attack certain generations, how they are passed from parent to child and generation to generation, and what we can do to prevent this. It's well worth a listen.

Click here to listen to this powerful conference.

We would even recommend sending it to lukewarm Catholics who you know are history buffs as it could prove interesting to them from a historical perspective and wake them up to their faith -- and the dangers that lie ahead.

Also: Click here to visit the main website of Sensus Traditionis. It's a stock pile of wonderful sermons, conferences, audio and video. And the written text documents mentioned in the above conference on generations is housed on the site as well.

Last, please pray for Fr. Ripperger and his work.
Labels: Adventures in New Media, Audio and video suggestions, Ripperger
Posted by Adfero. at 10/18/2016 01:10:00 PM
CaptCrunch73,  I listened to this yesterday and found it fascinating.  I have recommended it all around my family.  I am going to have my husband listen to it.  It truly inspired me.  I am glad this is posted, because I was finding it hard to get back to the article each time and  to send.  It answered so many questions for me.  Especially the shamelessness in the younger people in cohabitation, etc; I can't recommend listening to this enough, but set aside an hour to listen;  it is well worth the time.