Gone Fishin’, Back on Monday

+JMJ+ In case you missed it at the end of Monday’s post, I’m taking the week off. Posts will resume this coming Monday, July 20 and the weekly series on the soul will resume next Thursday, July 23. 

In the meantime you might enjoy some lectures from the Thomistic Institute in The Quarantine Lectures series, also available as a playlist on their YouTube Channel. Lots of other good stuff there, too. Also check out the Institute of Catholic Culture for a lot of good solid Catholic lectures. See their YouTube channel

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Filling up my hard drive with MP3’s and eBooks

Faith and Certitude, Fr Thomas Dubay, my friend gave me a copy for ChristmasFor days now I have been downloading free stuff from the web, free books at Project Gutenberg and free MP3’s at the Institute of Catholic Culture on their media page. Good thing I have all those external hard drives! Plus I bought some used books and a friend gave me a volume from his voluminous library! Whew! Got my work cut out for me, I do! Continue reading “Filling up my hard drive with MP3’s and eBooks”

Free Catholic audio from Institute of Catholic Culture

The Institute of Catholic Culture was founded in 2006. But I just discovered it tonight. I think. I may have stumbled across this site before, but if I did, I don’t think I realized what a treasure house it is. Just look at these names: Fr. Benedict Groeschel, C.F.R. (Founder, Franciscan Friars of the Renewal), Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. (Founder, Ignatius Productions), Fr. Joseph Fessio, S.J. (Founder, Ignatius Press), Dr. Robert Moynihan, Ph.D. (Founder, Inside the Vatican Magazine), Dr. Timothy O’Donnel, S.T.D. (President, Christendom College), Dr. Paul Thigpen, Ph.D. (Professor of History, Georgia Catholic College), and Christopher Check (Executive Vice-President, Rockford Institute). That list reads like a Who’s Who in Catholic orthodoxy. I’m downloading several talks right now. I can hardly wait to give them a listen! Continue reading “Free Catholic audio from Institute of Catholic Culture”