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Short Sermons of Father Francis Hunolt: Season of Advent; Season of Christmas; Season of Epiphany; Season of Septuagesima; Season of Lent; Season of Easter; Season of Pentecost

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Please note that the following MP3 files are not finished.  By that I mean they are still in their first stage of being edited and converted into proper tracks.  By listening to some of the following MP3’s you will see that I just made one large MP3 file of each side of each tape in every set of tapes.  It will still be a very time-consuming project to go through each tape and separate those larger files into a number of smaller, separate tracks according to chapters in the book.  The files presented below at this time have not been fixed by cleaning up background noise, hiss, and pops.  I have decided to present them as they are hoping to find time and/or help from others to finish fixing them properly.  I thought it would be better to hear them as they are then to wait for months or even years on a project that might not be finished for a long time.  If anybody wants to help me on this project, please contact me.  Thank you – Patrick Henry

 PLEASE NOTE: At the end of the last tape for each audio book you might hear my mailing address as still being 7067 S. Tumbleweed Drive.  Or some of the tapes even have the older address of Route 2 Box 957.  However, those addresses should be replaced with: Patrick Henry, 7163 S. US Highway 191, Safford, AZ  85546.  Thank you.

PRAYER THE GREAT MEANS OF GRACE.  Order No. 8.  This is the most important single tape that I have.  I do not think anyone will receive a more important message on one tape.  Receive a FREE copy of it with every order.  I wish EVERYONE in the world would listen to this tape very often, but at LEAST once a month.  Please help me distribute tapes to as many people as possible.  Obtain extra copies of this tape for $1.00 each.  Read by AM. 1A 1B

ALL ABOUT THE ANGELS.  Order No. 49. More and more people seem to now be interested in the Angels.  Father Paul O’Sullivan [E.D.M.], does an excellent job informing us all about the Angels.  Those who hear these tapes will certainly pray to the Angels more and invoke their assistance frequently. Three Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B

AN EASY WAY TO BECOME A SAINT. Order No. 46.  Father Paul O’Sullivan explains the subject of this book very well.  Published 1946. Two Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B

ANOTHER EVIDENT CONTRADICTION. Order No. 97.  These tapes contain information compiled by Patrick Henry that explains many contradictions in the sects that call themselves Catholic. Two Tapes read by PH1A 1B 2A 2B

ANSWERS FROM THE PENNY CATECHISM.  Order No. 64.  Later in this catalog you can find THE PENNY CATECHISM, (Order No. 63.)  Those two tapes contain both the Questions and Answers.  This tape contains just the Answers, which in most cases repeats the Question. One Tape read by AM.  1A 1B

AS I HAVE LOVED YOU. Order No. 47. Father John Kearney presents this book in an attempt to study in a simple and practical way the full import of the text: “This is My Commandment that you love one another as I have loved you.” Part one gives an excellent explanation of how God loves us. Among other things, it teaches plainly about God Our Father and how to know Jesus Christ much better. Part two explains how we should love one another. Among other things, Father explains very well about Fraternal Charity; the power of the tongue – for and against Charity; the test of fraternal Charity – forgiveness; scandal; and how St. Paul describes Charity. This is a very important book to hear. Our eternal salvation depends on how we keep this great commandment. Imprimatur 1941. Six Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B

BIBLICAL TREASURY OF THE CATECHISM.  Order No. 61.  This book is divided into thirty-seven lessons, four hundred twenty-one questions, numbered and ordered according to the lessons and questions of the Baltimore Catechism. Father Thomas E. Cox gives thousands upon thousands of Biblical quotes to form the Scriptural proofs of Catholic doctrine.  Those who hear these tapes will gain a tremendous education about Catholic doctrine from the Bible and Catechism.  Imprimatur 1899. Fifteen Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B 12A 12B 13A 13B 14A 14B 15A 15B

CATECHISM OF THE COUNCIL OF TRENT: All those who had part in the work of the Catechism were instructed to avoid in his composition the particular opinions of individuals and schools, and to express the doctrine of the universal Church, keeping especially in mind the decrees of the Council of Trent.  On November 2, 1563 the Council of Trent enjoined on all bishops to see that the Catechism should be faithfully expounded to the people by all parish priests.  January 17, 1566 Pope Saint Pius V succeeded Pope Pius IV.  One of the first acts of the new Pontiff was to point a number of expert theological revisors to examine every statement in the Catechism from the viewpoint of doctrine.

  This Catechism is unlike any other summary of Christian doctrine, it enjoys a unique authority among manuals.  It was issued by the express command of the Ecumenical Council of Trent.  It subsequently received the unqualified approval of many Sovereign Pontiffs.  In his Bull of June 14, 1761, Pope Clement XIII said that the Catechism contains a clear explanation of all that is necessary for salvation and useful for the faithful, that it was composed with great care and industry and has been highly praised by all, that by it in former times the faith was strengthened, and that no other catechism can be compared with it.  He concluded than, that the Roman Pontiffs offered this work to pastors as a norm of Catholic teaching and discipline so that there might be uniformity and harmony in the instructions of all.

Pope Leo XIII wrote that, “This work is remarkable at once for the richness and exactness of its doctrine, and for the eloquence of its style; it is a precious summary of all theology, both dogmatic and moral.  He who understand it well, will have always at his service those aids by which a priest is enabled to preach with fruit, to acquit himself worthily of the important ministry of the confessional and of the direction of souls, and will be in a position to refute the objections of unbelievers.”  Pope Saint Pius X declared that pastors should give catechetical instructions, and for this purpose they should use the Catechism of the Council of Trent.

 In addition to Popes and Councils, many Cardinals, Bishops, and other very distinguished and learned ecclesiastics, distinguished for their learning and sanctity, vied with one another in eulogizing the Catechism of Trent.  Among other things they have said that not since the days of the Apostles has there been produced in a single volume so complete and practical a summary of Christian doctrine as this Catechism, and that, after the Sacred Scriptures, there is no work that can be read with greater safety and profit.

Cardinal Valerius, the friend of St. Charles Borromeo, wrote of the Catechism: “This work contains all that is needful for the instruction of the faithful; and it is written with such order, clearness, and majesty that through it we seem to hear holy Mother the Church herself, taught by the Holy Ghost, speaking to us. … It was composed by order of the Fathers of Trent under the inspiration of the Holy Ghost, and was published by the authority of the Vicar of Christ.”

Salmanticenses, the great Carmelite commentators on St. Thomas, paid the following high tribute to the Catechism: “The authority of this Catechism has always been of the greatest in the Church, because it was composed by the command of the Council of Trent, because its authors were men of highest learning, and because it was approved only after the severest scrutiny by Popes Pius V and Gregory the XIII, and has been recommended in nearly all the Council that have been held since the Council of Trent.”

The preceptor of St. Francis de Sales said: “The Catechism of the Council of Trent was inspired by the Holy Ghost.”  Dr. John Hagan, Rector of the Irish College in Rome, writes thus: “The Roman Catechism is a work of exceptional authority.  At the very least it has the same authority as a dogmatic encyclical, it is an authoritative exposition of Catholic doctrine given forth, and guaranteed to be orthodox by the Catholic Church and her supreme head on earth.  The compilation of it was the work of various individuals; but the result of their combined labors was accepted by the Church as a precious abridgment of dogmatic and moral theology.  All official documents have occasionally been issued by Popes to explain certain points of Catholic teaching to individuals, or to local Christian communities; whereas the Roman Catechism comprises practically the whole body of Christian doctrine, and is addressed to the whole Church.  Its teaching is not infallible; but it holds a place between approved catechisms and what is de fide.

Translated into English with notes by Fr. John A. McHugh and Fr. Charles J. Callan.  Imprimatur 1923.  Seventeen   Tapes read by AM.

Further comments by Patrick Henry: Reflect seriously how Pope St. Pius V appointed expert theological revisors to examine every statement in the Catechism from the viewpoint of doctrine.  Consider that this Catechism was 1) Approved only after the severest scrutiny by Saint Pope Pius V and Pope Gregory the XIII.  2) Approved and guaranteed to be orthodox by the Catholic Church.  How is it possible for a Catholic to convince himself that this Catechism of the Council of Trent contains heresy?  There is no Pope, Doctor of the Church, or canonized saint that made the statement that this Catechism has heresy in it.  Nevertheless, there are many today who do not accept as being true Catholic doctrine what this Catechism teaches.

Notice also that Saint Pope Pius V approved and commanded this Catechism to be published in 1566.  How do those who teach that this Catechism teaches heresy exempt Saint Pope Pius V from being an anti-pope with no authority, office, or jurisdiction?  Most of those who reject this Catechism as heretical are correctly quick to pronounce that the Vatican II, Conciliar anti-popes are without authority, office, or jurisdiction because they are heretics for promulgating heretical works.  They correctly state that whatever these Vatican II, Conciliar anti-popes do is null and void.  Yet Saint Pope Pius V did not promulgate Quo Primum and the true liturgy of the Catholic Church until four years after he promulgated this Catechism that so many today say is heretical!

1A=Introduction.  1B = continue introduction into the sermon program.  2A = continue the sermon program and into the religious instructions.  2B = continue religious instructions and the first article of the Creed.  3A = continue the first, second, and into the third articles of the Creed.  3B = continue with the third, fourth, and into the fifth articles of the Creed.  4A = continue with the fifth, sixth, and seventh articles of the Creed. 4B = continue with seven, eight, and into the ninth articles of the Creed.  5A = continue with the 9th,10th, and into the 11th article of the Creed.  5B = continue with the 11th and into the 12th article of the Creed. 6A = end the 12th article of the Creed and begin the Sacraments in General.  6B = continue with Sacraments in General and begin the sacrament of baptism.  7A = continue with the sacrament of baptism.  7B = continue with the sacrament of baptism and the sacrament of confirmation.  8A = begin the sacrament of the Eucharist.  8B = continue the sacrament of the Eucharist.  9A = continue the sacrament of the Eucharist and began the sacrament of penance.  9B = continue with the sacrament of penance.  10A = continue with the sacrament of penance.  10B = continue with the sacraments of penance, extreme unction, and holy orders.  11A = continue the sacrament of holy orders and began the sacrament of matrimony.  11B = continue the sacrament of matrimony and began the Decalogue.  12A = continue the Commandments in general and begin the first commandment.  12B = continue with the first and second commandments and going into the third commandment.  13A = continue with the third going into the fourth commandment.   13B = continue the fourth and fifth and going into the sixth commandment.  14A = continue the sixth, seventh, and begin the eighth Commandment.  14B = continue with the eighth, ninth, and 10th Commandments.  15A = continue the 10th commandment and began explaining the Lord’s Prayer.  15B = continue explaining the Our Father.  16A = begin the first petition of the Lord’s Prayer and continue with the second and third petitions.  16B = continue with the third and fourth petitions.  17A = continue with the fourth, fifth, and sixth petitions.  17B = continue on with the sixth and into the seventh petition to the end.

THE CATECHISM IN EXAMPLES – Vol. One.  Order No. 93.  Pope Leo XIII not only gave this book his special approbation and blessing, but asked the author to furnish a copy of it for the Papal Library.  St. Gregory the Great tells us that more men are drawn towards Heaven by the force of example than by the effects of argument.  If this be true for mankind in general, it is especially so with children.  The child is formed on example.  These tapes explain the Faith (The Creed) with one example after another.  Imprimatur 1908.  Nine Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B

CHRIST IN HIS MYSTERIES.  Order No. 25.  The Sovereign Pontiff Benedict XV used Dom Marmion’s conferences (to employ the Pope’s own words) “for his spiritual life;” and speaking to Mgr. Szepticky, Archbishop of Lemberg, the Vicar of Christ said, pointing to one of the volumes, “Read that; it is the pure doctrine of the Church.”  Imprimatur 1939. Twelve  Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B 12A 12B

COUNSELS OF PERFECTION FOR CHRISTIAN MOTHERS.  Order No. 12. Father P. Lejuene explains in very practical ways what real Christian Perfection is.  He goes through the various Spiritual Exercises, and explains how to derive the most benefit from them.  He addresses his book to Christian Mothers, but it is very beneficial to all.  Imprimatur 1913.  Three Tapes read by MH.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B

THE DEVOTION OF THE HOLY ROSARY AND THE FIVE SCAPULARS.  Order No. 38.  Father Michael Mueller may very well bring tears to your eyes with the stories related in this beautiful book as he writes about the Most Holy Rosary and the Scapulars.  He tells us numerous things that many Catholics do not know about the Holy Rosary and Scapulars, unless they have read this book.  Another very good book for all to hear.  Published 1876.    Nine Tapes read by AM. 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B

ENCYCLICAL LETTER Satis Cognitum.  Order No. 50.  This Encyclical on UNITY by Pope Leo XIII is very important to be reviewed by everyone.  A few of the many important doctrines taught include: “To justify the existence of more than one Church it would be necessary to go outside of this world, and to create a new and unheard-of race of men.”  “The Apostle St. Paul not merely begs but entreats and implores Christians to be all of the same mind, and to avoid difference of opinions.”  “It is necessary, therefore, to bear this in mind, namely, that nothing was conferred on the apostles apart from Peter, but that several things were conferred upon Peter aside from the apostles…On the other hand, whatever authority and office the apostles received, they received in conjunction with Peter…If the divine benignity willed anything to be in common between him and the other princes, whatever He did not deny to the others He gave only through him.  So that whereas Peter alone received many things, He conferred nothing on any of the rest without Peter participating in it.”  June 20, 1896.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

ENTHRONEMENT OF THE SACRED HEART.  Order No. 33.   Jesus promised: “I will bless every dwelling in which the image of My Divine Heart shall be exposed and honored.”  This book, written by Father Francis Larkin, is filled to the brim with information.  It contains countless examples to demonstrate its practicality and to inspire confidence that the Sacred Heart of Jesus always keeps His Word.  Imprimatur 1955.  Six Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A

FATHER’S RETREAT. Order No. 87. Father gave this Retreat in 1973. He reminded us of some very important Catholic Doctrine.  Some of the subjects covered in a very excellent way include: Angels, Sin, Hell, Heaven, Faith, Hope, Charity, Devotion to Jesus, Mary, and the Saints.  Father gives some of the sermons to the children, and some of the sermons to the parents to tell them how to raise their children. The message on these tapes is very important for everyone to hear. The original tapes are very poor quality.  (See Order No. 35 below.) They have been transcribed and now re-recorded. Five Tapes re-recorded by Patrick Henry1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B

FATHER’S RETREAT. Order No. 35. These tapes are copied from the original tapes which are not as clear as desirable.  (See Order No. 87 above.)  Five Tapes with Father’s own voice1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B

FEAST DAY SERMONS OF THE CURE OF ARS.  Order No. 59.  This is a continuation of Order No. 58, The Sunday Sermons.  Some people prefer to have the book divided into these two parts.  Imprimatur 1901.  Three Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 

FRIENDS OF THE CROSS. Order No. 1.  St. Louis Marie De Montfort buried himself in an eight day retreat meditating on the mystery of Calvary.  On the last day he wrote this “Letter”, that wages holy war on the evils, vices, pagan materialism and secularism of the present day.  St. Louis Marie gives us a panacea for these ills.  Imprimatur 1950.  One Tape read by AM. 1A 1B

THE GLORIES OF MARY.  Order No. 77.   St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori is well known for his excellent ability of quoting  all those who lived before him to explain and prove his own point.  Listen to these tapes and learn what the Church has to say about The Glories of Mary.  Remember that after the Church had examined all the writings of St. Alphonsus Maria, She told us: “Nothing in them was deserving of censor.” Imprimatur 1931.   Fourteen Tapes read by Mrs. B. K1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B 12A 12B 13A 13B 14A 14B

GOD WITHIN US.  Order No. 17.   The most popular of all Father Raoul Plus’ numerous books, and translated into a dozen languages, God Within Us explains in layman’s language the ineffable mystery of God’s presence within us through sanctifying grace and the indwelling of the Holy Trinity.  It would be difficult to imagine anything in the supernatural life more concrete, and more striking, than the mystery of “God within Us.”  It is this mystery which has been put forth with such lucidity, and in so convincing a manner, in this book.  Imprimatur 1924.  Four Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B

THE GREAT MEANS OF SALVATION AND PERFECTION.  Order No. 2.   St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori says: “This book, though small, has cost me a great deal of labor.  I regard it as of extreme utility to all sorts of persons; and I unhesitatingly assert that among all spiritual treatises, there is none, and there can be none, more necessary than that which treats on prayer as a means of obtaining eternal salvation.  I do not think that I have written a more useful work than the present, in which I speak of prayer as a necessary and certain means of obtaining salvation, and all the graces that we require for that object.  If it were in my power, I would distribute a copy of it to every Catholic in the world, in order to show him the absolute necessity of prayer for salvation.”  Will you help distribute this book, now on tapes, to every Catholic? Imprimatur 1927.   Eleven Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B

HOW TO BE HAPPY HOW TO BE HOLY. Order No. 41.  Hear, Dear Friend, these tapes.  You will pray as you have never prayed before.  Father Paul O’Sullivan teaches Christians a) how to pray.  b) how to derive immense benefits from prayer.  c) how to enjoy the deep consolations of prayer.  Four Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Order No. 4.  You receive 212 Catholic Hymns with Organ music.  They are the Latin and English hymns we heard before 1958.   They begin with Advent, then Christmas, and on through the Liturgical Year.  Followed by Hymns to Jesus, Mary, St. Joseph, the Angels, Holy Souls, and other Saints. NOTE: This is just music without voices. Five Tapes.  Please note that you can also go to the Religious tab and then various_topics on this website to view a hymn book that will give the words to many of these Instrumental Music MP3 files.

1 Advent-Christmas cycle


O Emmanuel; Creator Alme Siderum; Rorate Caeli; Veni Veni Emmanuel; Behold He Commeth; Hark! A Mystic Voice; O Come Divine Messiah; Like the dawning; On Jordan’s Bank; See He Cometh; Adesto Fideles; Puer Natus; Puer Nobis; Resonet; Resonet #2; Jesu Redemptor: Alma Redemptoris; Dies.


Est Laetitia; In Dulci Jubilo; Tollite Hostias; Silent Night; Angels we have heard; First Noel; When Blossoms Flowered; Shepherds in the fields; Sleep of the Child Jesus; What Child is this; A Virgin Most Pure; Puer Nobis; Snow lay on the ground; Winds through the olive trees; Lulley Thou Little Tiny Child; Sleep Holy Babe; What lovely Infant; Little children; Lo, how a Rose; Dear Little One – 1&2.

2 Lenten – Easter cycle


Attende Domine; Adoramus Te; Jesu Salvator; Christus Factus; Parce Domine; Alme Deus; Vexilla Regis; Audi Benigne; Stabat Mater; At the Cross; O Sacred Head;O Precious Blood; By the Blood; On the Way of the Cross; I can scarcely see; Faithful Cross; Jesus…Behold at length; Lord Jesus when.


I see My Jesus; Our Lady of Sorrows; O come and mourn; My God; I love Thee; What a Sea; All Glory, Laud; Pueri; Pueri; Gloria Laus; Gloria Laus; Victimae Pasch; O Filii; Regina Caeli; Concordi Laetitia; Regina Caeli –4 times; Haec Dies; Terra Tremuit; Haec Dies; Ye Sons & Daughters; Christ the Lord is Risen today; Jesus Christ is Risen today.

3 Easter-General-Pentecost


Cloud of night; Be Joyful Mary; Christ is Risen; Alleluia; Christ the Lord; Glorious Easter; Joyful Eastertide; Holy God; God, Father; Faith of Our Fathers; My God; Divine Praises; Acts of Faith, Hope, Charity; Holy Spirit, Lord of life; Come Holy Ghost; Spirit Seeking Light; A priestly Heart; Full of Glory; O Salutaris; Tantum Ergo; Veni Creator Spiritus.


Veni Sancte Spiritus; Quis Sicut; O Bene Jesu; Jesu Salvator Mundi; O Esca Viatorum; O Sacrum Convivium; Ecce Panis; Adoramus Te; Veni Jesu; Panem Vivum; Cor Jesu; Cor Arca; Jesu Dulcis; Ubi Caritas; Adoro Te; Panis Angelicus; Ave Verum; Cor Dulce; Jesus the very thought of Thee; I place my Trust in Thee.

4 Gen.-Pent.-S. Heart-BVM


Veni Sancte Spiritus; Quis Sicut; O Bene Jesu; Jesu Salvator Mundi; O Esca Viatorum; O Sacrum Convivium; Ecce Panis; Adoramus Te; Veni Jesu; Panem Vivum; Cor Jesu; Cor Arca; Jesu Dulcis; Ubi Caritas; Adoro Te; Panis Angelicus; Ave Verum; Cor Dulce; Jesus the very thought of Thee; I place my Trust in Thee.


To Jesus Heart; To praise the Heart; Jesus Lord; Jesus, My Lord; O Jesus Christ Remember; O Heart of Jesus; O Dearest Love; Sacred Heart in Accents; My song for today; Ave Maria; Ave Maria; Salve Regina; Salve Regina; Salve Mater; Ave, Ave; Maria Mater Gratiae; Ave Maris Stella; Ave Maris Stella; Ave Maris Stella; Santa Maria.

5 Bl. Virgin Mary – Saint


O Most Holy; Hail Holy Queen; Daily Daily; Remember Holy Mary; Daily Daily; Daily Daily; Mother of Christ; Ave Maria! O Maiden; Tis the Month; Mary How Sweetly; Bring Flowers; Mother Dearest; On this Day; Mother Dear; O Queen: Hail Queen of Heaven; Immaculate Mary; Daughter of a Mighty; Mary the Dawn; O Mary of Graces; Thou Art the Star.


O Mary Immaculate; Raise your voices; Who is She; Hail O Queen of Heaven; O Purest of creatures; Mother of  Providence; Sing of Mary; To Thee; I am Thine; Holy Queen; Queen of Holy Rosary; Hail Holy Joseph; Salve Pater; Dear Guardian of Mary; Salve Pater; Michael Prince; St. Patrick; Dear Angel; S. Francis; S. Anthony; St. of  Sacred Heart; Out of Depths; St. Philomena.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC OF MASSES. Order No. 24.   Gregorian, Organ music for about 15 Masses, plus the Asperges Me, Vidi Aquam, Libera Me, In Paradisum, Gloria, Credo. Two Tapes.

1 Instrumental Masses


Asperges Me, Vidi aquam, Mass I – Easter Mass II – Solemn Feasts (Fons Bonitatis) Mass VIII (de Angelis) taken from St. Gregory Hymnal Mass IX Blessed Virgin Mary (Cum Jubio).


Mass XI (Orbis Factor), Mass XIII (Stellifori Conditor) Mass XVI – Weekdays, Mass XVII – Sunday Advent & Lent, Mass XVIII – Weekdays Advent & Lent,  Requiem and Burial Service from St. Gregory Hymnal.

2 Instrumental Masses


Libera Me (#270 j in S.G.), In Paradisum (270 l in S.G.), Credo (I, III, V), Ambrosian Gloria, Mass of the Shepherds, Missa Brevis in honor of St. Anthony = Kyrie – Credo.


St. Anthony Mass (continued),  Mass in honor of St. Angela, Missa Regina Angelorum (Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, Agnus Dei), Missa Tertia, Postlude (by Raffity), Postlude (by Martini).  1A 1B 2A 2B

INTRODUCTION TO THE DEVOUT LIFE. Order No. 21.  “Would that this book, the most perfect of its kind in the judgment of his contemporaries, as at one time it was in the hands of all, were now also read by all; so that then Christian piety might everywhere flourish again, and the Church of God might rejoice in seeing sanctity common among her children.” –  Pope Pius XI.  “This book, by St. Francis De Sales, is a recognized masterpiece; it needs no review or commendation.  It is a must for everyone who is seriously interested in the spiritual life.” – Review for Religious.  Imprimatur 1949.  Nine Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B

IS DAVID BAWDEN A POPE?  Order No. 100.  Explains what is necessary to be a pope.  Explains about jurisdiction and why the Novus Ordo and Traditional Movements do not have jurisdiction.  Covers why there will be bishops, priests, and ministers until the end of time.  David Bawden was a non-Catholic elected by six non-Catholic in the external forum who were not eligible to elect him.  Explains about the Abjuration of Errors and Profession of Faith.  Not even one of those who “elected” David Bawden as “Pope Michael” was brought into the Catholic Church before the “election”, including David Bawden.  People do not want to admit that they are wrong.  Two Tapes recorded by Patrick Henry.  1A 1B 2A 2B

JUST STORIES.  Order No. 70.  Father Winifred Herbst tells many stories that leave a good impression on the mind. These are the kind of tapes younger and older people will enjoy hearing many times. These stories teach important lessons and truths of the Faith, especially needful for youth.  Three Tapes read by Mrs. B. K1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B

LEARN OF ME.  Order No. 48.  Father John Kearney explains in such a clear, enlightening, and easily perceptible way very important knowledge we all need to know about Self Seeking, Prayer of Petition, and how to become as a little child that we may enter into the Kingdom of Heaven; as well as many other subjects.  Imprimatur 1940.  Six Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A

LEGION OF MARY AND PRISON IN CHINA.  Order No. 69.  Father Aidan McGrath was in a prison in China for years. After his release, Father talked to over 2,000 people 17th August 1957. Father shares with us some of the things he experienced while in “Red” China and prison.  He includes information about the power of prayer and what some members of the Legion of Mary suffered for God.  This is a very interesting tape I hope you will hear.  One Tape by Father McGrath1A 1B

LETTER OF FATHER DEMARIS.  Order No. 42.  The time is coming when most Catholics may not have good, true priests to say the Mass and to administer the sacraments.  This has happened before and the following is a letter to the faithful explaining their plight and how to overcome it.  Father Demaris, Professor of Theology, Missionary of St. Joseph, wrote this letter at Lyon in 1801.  Translated from French by A. Drover.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

LIFE AND REVELATIONS OF SAINT GERTRUDE. Order No. 26.    From this title, we know what this book is about.   Some of the Revelations, recorded here, are often quoted by other Saints and Spiritual Writers.  Why not hear them all yourself?  Published 1865.  Fourteen Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B 12A 12B 13A 13B 14A 14B

LITTLE NELLIE OF HOLY GOD.  Order No. 88.  Extraordinary graces were given to Little Nellie to know, love and serve God.  She suffered great pain without complaining.  She received her First Holy Communion at the age of four years and three months.  She had an influence on Pope Saint Pius X having children receive Holy Communion at an early age.  The story of her life concludes with a letter from Pope Saint Pius X. Two Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B

LIVES OF THE SAINTS.  Order No. 3.  Is very informative, instructive, and interesting information on about 400 of our Heavenly Friends. They give us the example how to live on earth so that we will be with them for eternity. Imprimatur 1887 and 1925.  Eleven Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B

LIVES OF THE SAINTS – FROM THE ROMAN BREVIARY for Winter.   Order No. 72.  These Lives of the Saints are very special because they are part of the Liturgy of the Church.  The Second Nocturn during Matins tells about the life of the Saint(s) for that day.  This is what is recorded on these tapes. Three Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B

LIVES OF THE SAINTS – FROM THE ROMAN BREVIARY for Spring.   Order No. 73. These tapes continue where the Winter breviary stopped. Two Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B

LIVES OF THE SAINTS – FROM THE ROMAN BREVIARY for Summer.   Order No. 74. These tapes continue where the Spring breviary stopped. Four Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A

LIVES OF THE SAINTS – FROM THE ROMAN BREVIARY for Autumn.   Order No. 76. These tapes continue where the Summer breviary stopped. Three Tapes by AM. 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B

MARY  ROSARY  SCAPULAR.  Order No. 62.  This tape is from the script of the Custodian of the Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima.  It is a very inspiring tape to increase our devotion to Mary, the Rosary and the Scapular.  It contains facts and information that the majority do not know.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

MASS PRAYERS IN LATIN WITH GLORIA AND CREDO.  Order No. 43.  At the request of some who are not able to attend Holy Mass every week, the Mass prayers from the Missale Romanum are here recorded to assist in praying Mass Prayers at home, when one is not able to actually assist at Mass.   Also included are important Rubrics we should know.  One Tape read by P H1A 1B

MASS PRAYERS IN LATIN WITH CREDO BUT NO GLORIA.  Order No. 44.  This recording is about the same as No. 43; except this tape will be used when Purple vestments are worn – such as during Advent and Lent.  One Tape read by PH1A 1B

MASS PRAYERS IN LATIN WITH GLORIA BUT NO CREDO.  Order No. 45.  Use this tape for daily Masses with a Gloria but no Creed.  One Tape read by PH1A 1B

THE MEANING OF THE MASS.  Order No. 55.  Archbishop Leen, Professor of Theology in Rome, wrote to Father John Kearney (the Author of this book), “…Those who read this work cannot fail to grasp how they can make their Mass to be the inspiration of their whole spiritual life.”  Father explains the Mass from the point of view of the first  Truth of all truths; namely, that God is the Creator and we are His creatures.  Therefore we belong entirely to God.  That is an important lesson the Mass teaches us.   First edition, 1936; Imprimatur and Sixth Impression 1948.  Five Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B

Please click on this hyperlink to be taken to: Meditations and Readings for Every Day of the Year – selected from the spiritual writings of Saint Alphonsus Maria Liguori.

THE MOST HOLY ROSARY.  This is not a book.  It is the 15 decades of the Most Holy Rosary being prayed. It ends with the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Hail Holy Queen, the prayer to St. Michael the Archangel and a Hymn.  Those who do not know how to pray the Most Holy Rosary and those who live by themselves will find this recording very helpful. The Most Holy Rosary Prayed By P. H. and J. H.  For pictures and two MP3 files of the most holy Rosary prayed by Patrick and James please use this hyperlink: http://jmjsite.com/mostholyrosary.html

Updated hyperlink 8-15-19, with two versions of the Most Holy Rosary and a better copy of the pictures.

MY DAILY BREAD.  Order No. 15.   Written by: Father Anthony J. Paone, S.J.  The work here presented, is a summary of spiritual doctrine so simplified and arranged that everyone can come to a knowledge and practice of the principles of the spiritual life.  Written primarily for the layman in the language of the layman, it will prove helpful to the priest and religious.  Imprimatur 1954.  Eight Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B

MY SPIRITUAL EXERCISES.  Order No. 60.  This book contains excellent, commendable and valuable materials for meditation on the principal exercises of piety.  Father John Kearney stresses the essential principles of Christianity – a deep prayer life, the law of self-denial, the carrying of the cross, the role of grace, and the necessity of a life based on faith and love, combined with a tender personal love of Jesus and Mary.  This is a very important book to listen to, for both Religious and laity.  Imprimatur 1944.  Seven Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B

MY YOKE IS SWEET.  Order No. 53.  “Canonized Saints are found in every state of life, in all nations, in favorable and unfavorable surroundings.” Father John Kearney explains why the above stated fact is true, and explains how the secret of sanctity is easily understood.  Pope Pius XI says: “Sanctity of life is not the privilege of a few to the exclusion of others but all are called to sanctity.”  Hear these tapes and learn what it really means to be God’s child.  To take up the yoke of Christ is all that God asks as the condition of sharing His eternal bliss, and of finding present peace.  Imprimatur 1937.  Six Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B

NO HAY, CATTLE OR STARS.  Order No. 94.  Friends sent me a newspaper clipping which mocked the teaching that Jesus was laid in a manger, that there were animals where Jesus was born, and that a star could lead the Wise Men to Jesus.  This tapes provides quotes from Scripture and the Fathers of the Church to refute the heresy.  One tape recorded by PH.

NEW MAY DEVOTIONS.  Order No. 28.   A very excellent, laudable and superb book, written by Father Augustine Wirth, on the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  This book will increase our Love, Confidence, and Devotion to Mary, as it explains, expounds and reveals the invocations of the Litany of Loreto.  Imprimatur.  1882.  Twelve Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B 12A 12B

THE OLD TESTAMENT.  (Douay Rheims)   Order No. 6.   “The dignity of the Scriptures is such that having for Author God Himself, they contain His most exalted mysteries, designs, and works.  About the Savior of the human race, nothing is more fruitful and more significant than what is found throughout the entire Bible; and Jerome was right when he affirmed that ‘ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ.’”  (Pope Leo XIII Providentissimus Deus).  Forty Eight Tapes read by JP.

1A=Genesis 1-11 1B=Genesis 12-23 2A=Genesis 24-30  2B=Genesis 31-40  3A=Genesis 41-50  3B=Exodus 1-11  4A=Exodus 12-21  4B=Exodus 22-31  5A=Exodus 32-40   5B=Leviticus 1-13  6A=Leviticus 14-23  6B=Numbers 1-4  7A=Numbers 5-13  7B=Numbers 14-22  8A=Numbers 23-32  8B=Numbers 33-36 & Deuteronomy 1-9A=Deuteronomy 6-15  9B=Deuteronomy 16-26  10A=Deuteronomy 27-33  10B=Josue 1-10  11A=Josue 11-21 11B=Josue 22 – Judges 1-12A=Judges 7-15  12B=Judges 16 – Ruth 1-3 13A=Ruth 4 – I Kings 9  13B=I Kings 10-17  14A=I Kings 18-25  14B=I Kings 16 – II Kings 1-15A=II Kings 6-14  15B=II Kings 15-22  16A=II Kings 23 – III Kings 6 16B=III Kings 7-13  17A=III Kings 14-21  17B=III Kings 22 – IV Kings 1-18A=IV Kings 8-15  18B=IV Kings 16-23  19A=IV Kings 24 – I Paralipomenon 6  19B=I Paralipomenon 7-17  20A=I Paraliomenon 18-29  20B=II Paralipomenon 1-21A=II Paralipomenon 13-24   21B= II Paralipomenon 25-33  22A=II Paralipomenon 34 – I Esdras 7   22B= I Esdras 8 – II Esdras 7  23A= II Esdras 8 – Tobias 3  23B= Tobias 4 – Judith 5  24A=Judith 6 – Ester 1  24B= Ester 2-16  25A=Job 1-15  25B= Job 16-31  26A=Job 32 – Psalm 7  26B=Psalm 8-29  27A=Psalm 30-49  27B=Psalm 50-71  28A=Psalm 72-90  28B=Psalm 91-112  29A=Psalm 113-138  29B=Psalm 139 – Proverbs 10  30A=Proverbs 11-24 30B=Proverbs 25 – Ecclesiastes 8  31A=Ecclesiasts 9 – Wisdom 6  31B=Wisdom 7-18  32A=Wisdom 19 – Ecclesiasticus 11  32B=Ecclesiasticus 12-23  33A=Ecclesiasticus 24-35  33B=Ecclesiasticus 36-47  34A=Ecclesiasticus 48 – Isaias 9  34B=Isaias 10-24  35A=Isaias 25-36  35B=Isaias 37-46  36A=Isaias 47-59  36B=Isaias 60 – Jeremias 4  37A=Jeremias 5-14  37B=Jeremias 15-24  38A=Jeremias 25-31  38B=Jeremias 32-39  39A=Jeremias 40-49  39B=Jeremias 50 – Lamentations 3  40A=Lamentations 4 – Ezechiel 3  40B=Ezechiel 4-15  41A=Ezechiel 16-22  41B=Ezechiel 23-31  42A=Ezechiel 32-39  42B=Ezechiel 40-47  43A= Ezechiel 48 – Daniel 4  43B=Daniel 5-12  44A=Daniel 13 – Osee 11 44B=Osee 12 – Amos 9  45A=Abdias 1 – Nahum 3  45B= Habacuc 1 – Zacharias 6  46A=Zacharias 7 – I Machabees 1  46B=I Machabees 2-47A=I Machabees 7-11  47B=I Machabees 12 – II Machabees 2  48A=II Machabees 3-48B=II Machabees 10-15

OUR BLESSED MOTHER.  Order No. 54.  This book, on tapes, is composed from Talks on Our Lady by Fr. Edward Leen and Fr. John Kearney.  If you have read the other books (or heard them on tapes) by these two priests, you will know that these talks on Our Lady are some of the best ever given about Mary.  Imprimatur 1951.  Five Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B

OUR GREATEST TREASURE.  (The True Faith).  Order No. 29.   Father John Kearney explains in an exceptionally lucid, clear-minded and rational way Faith considered in itself and Faith considered in its practical implications.  Please hear these tapes if you want to know more about the Catholic Faith, the Obedience of a Catholic, the Blessing of being a Catholic, the Position of those outside the Church, how the Faith may be lost, and what it means to live by Faith.  These tapes also instruct, teach, and educate us how to explain why I am a Catholic, and  much more.  Imprimatur 1942.  Five Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B

PATHWAYS TO PEACE.  This booklet explains in a very important way what the angels meant when they sang: “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men of goodwill.”  The second part sums up the reason why Jesus came to earth – to bring peace to men of goodwill.  I found this booklet very interesting, well explained, and consoling.  Nothing should take away our peace!  It explains why every cross, contradiction, and trial in our lives should bring us real peace – if only we understand it.  During this past year millions of people on earth, and a good number of those whom I know personally, have lost their beloved spouse, or parents, or their children.  Others have lost their good name and reputation, their jobs, or seemingly lost a lot in a court case.  Others have had their property stolen, or those who owe them money refused to pay, or suffered under great financial losses.  Others that we all know are suffering from health issues and other pains and sorrows.

Oh!  If all these people only understood the message of the angels on Christmas night: PEACE to men of goodwill – how differently they would gain eternal merit and increase in sanctifying grace from their trials.  There is nothing that can happen to us that should take away our PEACE!  If only we lived by faith, hope, and charity; we would have PEACE no matter what the trials and crosses that God sends us – no matter what happens to us during our entire life!  In some ways it seems quite sad that even Catholics do not understand what they need to do to have PEACE – regardless of the circumstances in their life!  The booklet has a Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur; and copyright, 1946.  Second edition, October, 1950.  One MP3 file read by PH1A

THE PENNY CATECHISM, Order No. 63.  These two tapes contain both the Questions and Answers to help us learn and review the truths of Our Faith.  Two Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B

PERFECT CONTRITION, GOLDEN KEY TO PARADISE.  Order No. 89.    The subject matter of this tape is of supreme importance.  Hearing this tape and applying the information contained thereon could well be the means of salvation for many souls.  Imprimatur 1950.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

THE POPES WROTE.  Order No. 95.    These five tapes contain the following: UnigenitusPope Clement XI (Condemnation of the Errors of Paschasius Quesnel), Unam SanctumPope Boniface VIII (Outside the Church there is neither salvation nor the remission of sins), Quartus SupraPope Pius IX (On the Church in Armenia), Ineffabilis Deus-Pope Pius IX (The Immaculate Conception), Acerbo NimisPope St. Pius X (On teaching Christian Doctrine), Quanta CuraPope Pius IX (Condemning Current Errors), E SupremiPope St. Pius X (On the Restoration of all Things in Christ), The Oath Aginst ModernismPope St. Pius X, Quo PrimumPope St. Pius V, Levate-Pope Pius IX (On the Afflicitons of the Church), Qui PluribusPope Pius IX (On Faith and Religion), Syllabus of Errors Condemned by Pope Pius IX, Mirari VosPope Gregory XVI (On Liberalism & Religious Indifferentism), Exeunte Jam AnnoPope Leo XIII (On the Right Ordering of Christian Life),  Five Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B

PRAYER THE KEY OF SALVATION. Order No. 34.  Fr. Michael Mueller explains: Why is it that many are good, and others are bad; that many follow God, and are saved, and others do not follow Him and are dammed?  The important truth is, that according to the ordinary course of Divine Providence, man cannot be saved without prayer.  All who apply the message on these tapes will pray much more, save their souls, and obtain a very much higher place in Heaven for eternity.  NOTE: These tapes are so important to hear that I am selling the seven tapes for $7.  Imprimatur 1867.  Seven Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B

PREPARATION FOR DEATH.  Order No. 65.   Pope Gregory XVI stated “…there is nothing worthy of censure,…The opinions of St. Alphonsus may be followed in the pulpit as well as in the confessional, even if one has not maturely examined the reasons upon which the opinions are founded, provided only that one does not regard it as a reproach to those who follow the opinions of other approved authors.”  Pope Pius IX declared St. Alphonsus Maria a Doctor of the Church.  He also wrote, “We greatly commend your pius undertaking, and we encourage you to continue with still grater diligence in endeavoring to spread the most wholesome writings of St. Alphonsus every day more and more. To read them cannot but be of the greatest advantage, not only to Christians in general, but also to ecclesiastics, and to those especially who have the care and the directions of souls.”  Eleven Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B

READ ME OR RUE IT. With HOW TO AVOID PURGATORY. Order No. 40.  These two booklets by Father Paul O’Sullivan put before us the great doctrine of Purgatory in a striking way quoting as authorities the great Saints & Doctors of the Church.  This tape will give clear and weighty reasons to show that it is quite possible to avoid Purgatory.  Best of all, the means they point out to attain this end are simple and well within the reach of devout Catholics.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B 

A RETREAT WITH ST. THERESE.  Order No. 22.  Father Pere Liagre here presents a useful summary of the main lines of St. Therese’s teaching.  This book explains the characteristics of the Little Way: humility, trust, constant self-sacrifice, simplicity, and love.  Imprimatur 1947.  Three Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B

SAINT PHILOMENA, PATRONESS FOR OUR TIMES. Order No. 51.  This tape was compiled from several sources in order to give us a very excellent depiction, characterization, and representation of this great wonder worker to whom nothing is refused.  A very excellent report on the life, power and protection of this Patroness of the Child of Mary.  One Tape1A 1B

SECRET OF MARY.  Order No. 19.   This little book by St. Louis Marie De Montfort, is an abridgment to his well known book, True Devotion To Mary.  Imprimatur  1947.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

THE SECRET OF THE ROSARY. Order No. 30.   For St. Louis Marie De Montfort, the Rosary was not simply a method of prayer: it was his most effective tool and weapon in his apostolic work.  Fittingly has the Church called him an “Extraordinary preacher of the Rosary.”  He preached it in season and out of season.  This book appeals to all ages, goes far beyond mere research, and, as we might say, it contains everything that can be said about the Rosary.  Imprimatur 1954.  Four Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A

THE SEVEN LAST WORDS.  Order No. 37.  Listen to the inspiring, impressive, and moving words of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen when he wrote about the Seven Last Words.  Imprimatur 1933.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

SHORT SERMONS Vol. I.  Order No. 68.  Father Francis Hunolt is well known by many for his Sermons for all the Sundays of the year.  These sermons give excellent instructions on the truths of the Catholic Faith.  Copyright, 1896.  Eleven Tapes read by AM.  Please use the hyperlinks at the top of this page to hear the MP3 files for these Short Sermons by Father Hunolt.  You can also use the links that match the various MP3 files where these sermons are printed under the LITURGY tab.

SHORT SERMONS Vol. II.  Order No. 71.  Please do not miss out on excellent sermons by Father Hunolt.  Vol. One is on the Bad Christian.  Vol. Two is for the Penitent Christian.  Those who have heard these tapes have very great words of praise for them.  Copyright, 1896.  Thirteen Tapes read by AM.  Please use the hyperlinks at the top of this page to hear the MP3 files for these Short Sermons by Father Hunolt.  You can also use the links that match the various MP3 files where these sermons are printed under the LITURGY tab.

SHORT SERMONS Vol. III.  Order No. 84.  More excellent sermons by Father Hunolt.  Volume Three is on the Good Christian.  These are among the most helpful sermons you will hear. Copyright, 1896.  Eleven Tapes read by AM.  Please use the hyperlinks at the top of this page to hear the MP3 files for these Short Sermons by Father Hunolt.  You can also use the links that match the various MP3 files where these sermons are printed under the LITURGY tab.

SHORT SERMONS Vol. IV. Order No. 85. By Father Hunolt.  Volume Four is on The Christian State of Life. Copyright, 1896.  Twelve Tapes read by AM. Please use the hyperlinks at the top of this page to hear the MP3 files for these Short Sermons by Father Hunolt.  You can also use the links that match the various MP3 files where these sermons are printed under the LITURGY tab.

SHORT SERMONS Vol. V.  Order No. 86. By Father Hunolt.  Volume Five is on The Christian’s Last End.  Please hear these tapes.  Copyright, 1896.  Eleven Tapes read by AM.  Please use the hyperlinks at the top of this page to hear the MP3 files for these Short Sermons by Father Hunolt.  You can also use the links that match the various MP3 files where these sermons are printed under the LITURGY tab.

Short Sermons Volumes one through five by Father Hunolt.  Order No. 90. Obtain all Five Volumes of 58 tapes for just $120.  Please hear these tapes.  Copyright, 1896.  58 Tapes read by AM.  Please use the hyperlinks at the top of this page to hear the Mp3 files for these Short Sermons by Father Hunolt.  You can also use the links that match the various MP3 files where these sermons are printed under the LITURGY tab.

SILENCE SANCTITY’S MOTHER TONGUE. Order No. 18.   This tape explains how we increase in Sanctity by keeping silent; a virtue not practiced by enough people.  Mother M. Cecilia directed this booklet; with a meditation about silence for each day of the month to Sisters.  But it has good counsel for all.  Imprimatur  1952.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

THE SPIRITUAL COMBAT.  Order No. 27.   Written by Father Lorenzo Scupoli, this very valuable, precious, and excellent book was the constant guide, companion, and director for the great Saint Francis De Sales.  Let it likewise be so for us.  This edition was published in 1877.  Six Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A

SPIRITUAL RETREAT. Order No. 92. This tape contains some excellent thoughts on the important subjects of Eternity, Death, Judgment, Mortal Sin, the ingratitude of those who commit sin, and other subjects. Imprimatur 1885.  One Tape read by PH1A 1B

SUFFERINGS SANCTIFIED.  Order No. 32.   This very excellent booklet contains information we all should know and review from time to time.  It will help us not to lose the eternal merit of suffering.  It explains the purposes of suffering, and is especially helpful for those who are ill.  Imprimatur 1958.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

THE SUNDAY SERMONS OF THE CURE OF ARS.  Order No. 58.  St. John Mary Vianney is the Patron Saint for Parish Priests.  When you listen to his sermons, you may understand better why the Church gave him that title.  Imprimatur 1901.   Eleven Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B

Please pray fervently every day for Mr. Peter Sword who separated the book, Sermons of the Cure of Ars, into individual files.

First Sunday of Advent – The Last Judgment.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/06_1Advent_Last_Judgement.mp3

Second Sunday of Advent – The Eternal Truths.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/07_2Advent_Eternal_Truths.mp3

Third Sunday of Advent – Fear of Man.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/08_3Advent_Fear_of_Man.mp3

Fourth Sunday of Advent – Penance.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/09_4Advent_Penance.mp3

Sunday in the Octave of Christmas – The Threefold Love of St. John.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/10_OctaveChr_St_John.mp3

Epiphany – Called to the Faith.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/11_Epiphany_Called_to_Faith.mp3

First Sunday after Epiphany – Religious Pictures in the Home.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/12_1Epiphany_Religious_Pictures.mp3

Second Sunday after Epiphany – The Holy Name.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/13_2Epiphany_Holy_Name.mp3

Third Sunday after Epiphany – The Holy Family.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/14_3Epiphany_Holy_Family.mp3

Septuagesima Sunday – On Envy.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/15_Septuagesima_Envy.mp3

Sexagesima Sunday – The Word of God.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/16_Sexagesima_Word_of_God.mp3

Quinquagesima Sunday – The Enemies of Our Salvation.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/17_Quinquagesima_Enemies_of_Salvation.mp3

First Sunday of Lent – Temptations.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/18_1Lent_Temptations.mp3

Second Sunday of Lent – The Death of the Sinner.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/19_2Lent_Death_of_Sinner.mp3

Third Sunday of Lent – Indulgences.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/20_3Lent_Indulgences.mp3

Fourth Sunday of Lent – The Glorious Virtues of St. Patrick (see the Feast Day sermons below).  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/67_The_Feast_of_St_Patrick.mp3

Passion Sunday – Repentance.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/21_PassionSun_Repentance.mp3

Palm Sunday – Behold, thy King Cometh.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/22_PalmSun_Thy_King_Cometh.mp3

Easter Sunday – Paschal Joys.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/23_EasterSun_Paschal_Joys.mp3

Low Sunday – Easter Confession.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/24_LowSun_Easter_Confession.mp3

Second Sunday after Easter – On Perseverance.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/25_2Easter_Perseverence.mp3

Third Sunday after Easter – Tribulations.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/26_3Easter_Tribulations.mp3

Fourth Sunday after Easter – The Progress of Christianity.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/27_4Easter_Progress_of_Christianity.mp3

Fifth Sunday after Easter – Prayer.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/28_5Easter_Prayer.mp3

Sunday in the Octave of the Ascension – The Testimony of Christ.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/29_6Easter_Testimony.mp3

Pentecost Sunday – The Children of the Holy Ghost and the Children of the World.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/30_WhitSun_Children_of_Holy_Ghost.mp3

Trinity Sunday – The Holy Eucharist.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/31_TrinitySun_Holy_Eucharist.mp3

Second Sunday after Pentecost – Holy Mass.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/32_Holy_Mass.mp3

Third Sunday after Pentecost – The Mercy of God.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/33_Mercy_of_God.mp3

Fourth Sunday after Pentecost – Hope.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/34_Hope.mp3

Fifth Sunday after Pentecost – The Second Commandment.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/35_2nd_Commandment.mp3

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost – Holy Communion.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/36_Holy_Communion.mp3

Seven Sunday after Pentecost – On False and True Virtue.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/37_False_and_True_Virtue.mp3

Eight Sunday after Pentecost – The Particular Judgment.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/38_Particular_Judgement.mp3

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost – The Soul.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/39_The_Soul.mp3

10th Sunday after Pentecost – Rash Judgment.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/40_Rash_Judgement.mp3

11th Sunday after Pentecost – Detraction.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/41_Detraction.mp3

12th Sunday after Pentecost – The First Commandment.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/42_1st_Commandment.mp3

13th Sunday after Pentecost – Absolution.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/43_Absolution.mp3

14th Sunday after Pentecost – The Love of God.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/44_Love_of_God.mp3

15th Sunday after Pentecost – The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/45_Nativity_of_Blessed_Virgin.mp3

16th Sunday after Pentecost – Humility.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/46_Humility.mp3

17th Sunday after Pentecost – Charity.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/47_Charity.mp3

18th Sunday after Pentecost – Lukewarmness.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/48_Lukewarmness.mp3

19th Sunday after Pentecost – Intemperance.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/49_Intemperance.mp3

20th Sunday after Pentecost – Extreme Unction.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/50_Extreme_Unction.mp3

21st Sunday after Pentecost – Anger.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/51_Anger.mp3

22nd Sunday after Pentecost – The Soul of Man the Image of God.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/52_Soul_of_Man_Image_of_God.mp3

22nd Sunday after Pentecost – Ill-Gotten Goods a Curse.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/02_22Pent_Restitution.mp3

23rd Sunday after Pentecost – No Man Can Serve Two Masters.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/03_23Pent_Two_Masters.mp3

24th Sunday after Pentecost – Seek the Kingdom of Heaven.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/04_24Pent_Seek_the_Kingdom.mp3s

24th Sunday after Pentecost – A Happy Death.  http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/05_25Pent_Happy_Death.mp3

From the Catechism of Saint John Mary Vianney.

The Blessed Virgin http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/53_Blessed_Virgin.mp3

The Word of God http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/54_Word_of_God.mp3

Prerogatives of the Pure Soul http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/55_Prerogatives_of_the_Pure_Soul.mp3

Sanctification of Sunday http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/56_Sanctification_of_Sunday.mp3

Prayer http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/57_Prayer.mp3

Priesthood http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/58_Priesthood.mp3

Holy Mass http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/59_Holy_Mass.mp3

Real Presence http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/60_Real_Presence.mp3

Sermons for the Feast Days

Feast of All Saints = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/61_Feast_of_All_Saints.mp3

All Souls Day = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/62_All_Souls_Day.mp3

Immaculate Conception = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/63_Immaculate_Conception.mp3

The Nativity of Our Lord = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/64_Nativity_of_Our_Lord.mp3

Sermon for New Year’s Eve = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/65_New_Years_Eve.mp3

New Year’s Day = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/66_New_Years_Day.mp3

Feast of the Holy Name (see the sermon for the second Sunday after Epiphany)Feast of the Holy Family (see the sermon for the third Sunday after Epiphany)

The Feast of St. Patrick = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/67_The_Feast_of_St_Patrick.mp3

The Ascension = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/68_Feast_of_the_Acension.mp3

Sermon for the Children’s First Communion = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/69_Childrens_First_Communion.mp3

Two Jubilee Sermons = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/70_Two_Jubilee_Sermons.mp3

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary = http://www.jmjsite.com/ars/71_Assumption_of_the_BVM.mp3

Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (see the sermon for the 15th Sunday after Pentecost)

These books of THE SUNDAY SERMONS OF THE GREAT FATHERS were received from the kindness, generosity, and charity of a lady named Joan.  If it was in my power I would require you to pray a very fervent prayer for her every time you listen to one of these MP3 files.  If it was not for her charity, we would probably not have these important books on tapes and herein converted to MP3 files.  Also, please do not neglect to pray for the repose of the soul of my friend Al who read these books onto tape.

SUNDAY SERMONS OF THE GREAT FATHERS, The: Order No. 10.  This work contains what is in effect the spiritual inheritance of every Christian.  The four volumes together give, Sunday by Sunday and for the greater festivals and fasts, selected sermons of the great Fathers and Doctors of the Church.  In the framing of the great corpus of Catholic doctrine and theology, the authority and the influence of the Fathers are secondary only to those of the Apostles and evangelists themselves.  To one we owe the true interpretation of facts or phrases, to another the unfolding of a doctrine out of a single word; to all to them the handling on and enrichment of a tradition that runs back to the foundation of the Church.  Their homilies on the liturgical Gospels for Sundays and the greater feasts and fasts cannot fail to add clarity and depth to any reader’s understanding of these key passages from Holy Scripture.  This treasury of their commentaries will above all be of constant help to priest whose office it is to preach and expound the Gospel in the continuance of the tradition.  An especially valuable point is the inclusion, after the text of each Gospel reading, of the relevant passage of the Catena Aurea, the great commentary on the Gospels compiled by St. Thomas Aquinas from the writings of all the Fathers and Doctors of the Church.  This has not until now been available in English.  To impress on us how important are these Sermons of The Great Fathers, the Catholic Church includes parts of them daily in Her Liturgy.  Imprimatur 1955.  Sixty Nine Tapes read by AM.

1A= Introduction into 1st Sunday of Advent.  1B= Continue 1st Sunday of Advent.  2A= Continue 1st Sunday of Advent into 2nd Sunday of Advent.  2B= Continue 2nd Sunday of Advent.  3A= Continue. 2nd Sunday Advent into 3rd Sunday.  3B= Continue 3rd Sunday of Advent.  4A= Continue 3rd Sunday Advent into 4th Sunday.  4B= Continue 4th Sunday of Advent.  5A= Continue 4th Sunday Advent into Christmas.  5B= Continue Christmas Day.  6A= Continue Christmas Day.  6B= Continue Christmas Day.  7A= Continue Christmas Day.  7B= Continue Christmas Day.  8A= Begin Sunday within Octave of Christmas.  8B= Continue Sunday within Octave of Christmas.  9A= Begin feast of the Holy Name of Jesus and begin the Epiphany.  9B= Continue Epiphany.  10A= Continue Epiphany.  10B= Continue Epiphany.  11A= Continue Epiphany and begin the feast of the Holy Family.  11B= Continue 2nd Sunday after Epiphany.  12A= Continue 2nd Sunday after Epiphany.  12B= Continue 2nd Sunday after Epiphany.  13A= Continue 2nd Sunday after Epiphany.  13B= Continue 2nd Sunday after Epiphany and into 3rd Sunday after Epiphany.  14A= Continue 3rd Sunday after Epiphany.  14B= Continue 3rd Sunday after Epiphany and begin 4th Sunday after Epiphany.  15A= Continue 4th Sunday after Epiphany and begin the fifth Sunday after Epiphany.  15B= Continue 5th Sunday after Epiphany and began the sixth Sunday after the Epiphany.  16A= Continue the sixth Sunday after Epiphany and begin Septuagesima Sunday.  16B= Continue Septuagesima Sunday.  17A= Continue Septuagesima into Sexagesima Sunday.  17B= Continue Sexagesima Sunday.  18A= Continue Sexagesima Sunday into Quinquegesima Sunday.  18B= Continue Quinquegesima Sunday.  19A= Continue Quinquegesima Sunday into 1st Sunday Lent.  19B= Continue 1st Sunday of Lent.  20A= Continue 1st Sunday of Lent.  20B= Continue 1st Sunday of Lent into 2nd Sunday Lent.  21A= Continue 2nd Sunday Lent.  21B= Continue 2nd Sunday Lent.  22A= Continue 2nd Sunday Lent into 3rd Sunday Lent.  22B= Continue 3rd Sunday Lent.  23A= Continue 3rd Sunday Lent into 4th Sunday Lent.  23B= Continue 4th Sunday Lent.  24A= Continue 4th Sunday Lent into Passion Sunday.  24B= Continue Passion Sunday.  25A= Continue Passion Sunday into Palm Sunday.  25B= Continue Palm Sunday.  26A= Continue Palm Sunday.  26B= Continue Palm Sunday into the night of the Pasch .  27A= Continue In the Holy Night of the Pasch.  27B= Begin Easter Sunday.  28A= Continue Easter Sunday.  28B= Continue Easter Sunday.  29A= Continue Easter Sunday.  29B= Begin Low Sunday.  30A= Continue Low Sunday into 2nd Sunday after Easter.  30B= Continue 2nd Sunday after Easter.  31A= Continue 2nd Sunday after Easter.  31B= Continue 2nd Sunday after Easter into 3rd Sunday.  32A= Continue 3rd Sunday after Easter into 4th Sunday.  32B= Continue 4th Sunday after Easter.  33A= Continue 4th Sunday after Easter.  33B= Continue 4th Sunday after Easter into 5th Sunday.  34A= Continue 5th Sunday after Easter.  34B= Continue 4th Sunday after Easter and into Ascension Day.  35A= Continue Ascension Day.  35B= Continue Ascension Day.  36A= Continue Ascension Day into the Sunday after Ascension.  36B= Continue the Sunday after Ascension into Pentecost Sunday.  37A= Continue Pentecost.  37B= Continue Pentecost.  38A= Continue Pentecost.  38B= Continue Pentecost.  39A= Trinity Sunday.  39B= Continue Trinity Sunday into 1st Sunday after Pent.  40A= Continue 1st Sunday after Pentecost.  40B= Continue 1st Sunday after Pentecost into Corpus Christi.  41A= Continue Corpus Christi.  41B= Continue Corpus Christi.  42A= Continue Corpus Christi.  42B= Continue Corpus Christi.  43A= Continue Corpus Christi into 2nd Sunday after Pentecost.  43B= Continue 2nd Sunday after Pentecost.  44A= Continue 2nd Sunday after Pentecost into 3rd Sunday.  44B= Continue 3rd Sunday after Pentecost.  45A= Begin 4th Sunday after Pentecost into 5th Sunday.  45B= Continue 5th Sunday after Pentecost.  46A= Continue 5th Sunday after Pentecost and begin Feasts of Sts. Peter & Paul.  46B= Continue Feasts of Sts. Peter & Paul.  47A= Continue Feasts of Sts. Peter & Paul and begin 6th Sunday after Pentecost.  47B= Continue 6th Sunday after Pentecost.  48A= Continue 6th Sunday after Pentecost into 7th Sunday.  48B= Continue 7th Sunday after Pentecost.  49A= Continue 7th Sunday after Pentecost into 8th Sunday.  49B= Continue 8th Sunday after Pentecost into 9th Sunday.  50A= Continue 9th Sunday after Pentecost into 10th Sunday.  50B= Continue 10th Sunday after Pentecost.  51A= Continue 10th Sunday after Pentecost into 11th Sunday.  51B= Continue 11th Sunday after Pentecost into 12th Sunday.  52A= Continue 12th Sunday after Pentecost.  52B= Continue 12th Sunday after Pentecost.  53A= Continue 12th Sunday after Pentecost.  53B= Continue 12th Sunday after Pentecost into 13th Sunday.  54A= Continue 13th Sunday after Pentecost into 14th Sunday.  54B= Continue 14th Sunday after Pentecost.  55A= Continue 14th Sunday after Pentecost into 15th Sunday.  55B= Continue 15th Sunday after Pentecost.  56A= Continue 15th Sunday after Pentecost into 16th Sunday.  56B= Continue 16th Sunday after Pentecost into 17th Sunday.  57A= Continue 17th Sunday after Pentecost.  57B= Continue 17th Sunday after Pentecost into 18th Sunday.  58A= Continue 18th Sunday after Pentecost.  58B= Continue 18th Sunday after Pentecost into 19th Sunday.  59A= Continue 19th Sunday after Pentecost.  59B= Continue 19th Sunday after Pentecost.  60A= Continue 19th Sunday after Pentecost into 20th Sunday.  60B= Continue 20th Sunday after Pentecost.  61A= Continue 20th Sunday after Pentecost into 21st Sunday.  61B= Continue 21st Sunday after Pentecost.  62A= Continue 21st Sunday after Pentecost into 22nd Sunday.  62B= Continue 22nd Sunday after Pentecost into 23rd Sunday.  63A= Continue 23rd Sunday after Pentecost.  63B= Continue 23rd Sunday after Pentecost into 24th Sunday.  64A= Continue 24th Sunday after Pentecost.  64B= Continue 24th Sunday after Pentecost.  65A= Continue 24th Sunday after Pentecost.  65B= Continue 24th Sunday after Pentecost.  66A= Continue 24th Sunday after Pentecost.  66B= Continue 24th Sunday after Pentecost into Assumption.  67A= Continue Feast of the Assumption.  67B= Continue Feast of the Assumption.  68A= Continue the Assumption into Christ the King.  68B= Continue Christ the King into All Saints.  69A= Continue All Saints.  69B= Continue All Saints and Prayer, the Great Means of Grace.

TELL US ANOTHER.  Order No. 75.  Father Winifred Herbst also wrote Just Stories.  You can find it on tapes under Order No. 70 in this catalog. Please order it as well as these tapes and let me know which book you think is the best, since they are both very good stories that never grow old.  Imprimatur 1925.  Four Tapes read by Mrs. B. K.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B

TREASURE IN HEAVEN. Order No. 57.  This is the best book I have ever read to help one understand what the Religious Life is all about.  Father John Kearney explains in the most clear, simple and important way the great blessing of being a Religious.  Father gives such consoling, informative and practical advice that needs to be applied, not only by Religious but by everyone.  All can profit by his instructions on such subjects as: Put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ; Amendment of personal Defects; Simplicity of Sanctity; Cost of Sanctity and more.  Imprimatur 1948.  Six Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B

TREATISE ON THE LOVE OF GOD. Order No. 23.  “A truly admirable book, which has as many admirers of the sweetness of its author as it has readers.  I have carefully arranged that it shall be read throughout our Society, as the universal remedy for all feeble ones, the goad of slothful ones, the stimulus of love, and the ladder of those who are tending to perfection.  Oh! that all would study it as it deserves!  There should be no one to escape its heat.” (Words of St. Vincent De Paul, for this book written by St. Francis De Sales.) Imprimatur  1923.   Nineteen Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B 12A 12B 13A 13B 14A 14B 15A 15B 16A 16B 17A 17B 18A 18B 19A 19B

TRUE DEVOTION TO MARY.  Order No. 36.  “Jesus is obscured because Mary is kept in the background.  Thousands of souls perish because Mary is withheld from them.  I cannot think of a higher work or a broader vocation for anyone than the simple spreading of this peculiar devotion of the Venerable Grignion De Montfort.” (From Fr. Faber’s preface to this great book by St. Louis Marie De Montfort.)  Imprimatur.  1949.  Four Tapes read by AM1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B

UNIFORMITY WITH GOD’S WILL.  Order No. 11.  A small booklet by St. Alphonsus Maria that explains this very important subject exceedingly well.  Imprimatur 1952.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

THE VIRTUE OF TRUST.  Order No. 31.   Father Paul De Jaegher dedicated this book to St. Therese of the Child Jesus.  “We can never have to much confidence in our God.”  “As we hope in Him, so shall we receive.”  (Words of St. Therese.)  All men, whether sinners or saints, in whatever circle of society they are to be found, as in whatever stage of the spiritual life they may have reached, have a need of TRUST as immense as their immense necessities.  Imprimatur –3rd edition- 1932.  Thirteen Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B 12A 12B 13A

WE BELONG TO GOD.  Order No. 91.  This is a tape I made some years ago rather than write a letter to a friend.  It explains by comparisons with things of God’s creation how extremely much we belong to God.  Many things such as trees, leaves, and seeds are used to explain some very important truths.  It helps us live in the presence of God and it explains how everything helps us to pray and live in, with, and for God.  One tape recorded by PH1A 1B

WHAT DO DAVID BAWDEN AND TERESA BENNS TEACH?  Order No. 101.  In the late 1980s and early 1990s David Bawden and Teresa Benns wrote a book explaining reasons why they wanted people to come together and elect a pope. It did not bring many people to the “conclave”.  However, the five or six that did show up and vote claimed at that time that David Bawden was elected; and he chose to be known as Pope Michael I.  By 1998 a family I knew was having problems with David Bawden splitting up the children from the parents.  The parents wanted to know if I would explain to the family why I did not think David Bawden was a pope of the Catholic Church.  As a result I recorded the following message onto two cassette tapes.  Copies of the tapes were sent out to the family and a few others, including David Bawden and Teresa Benns.  In February of 2008, Teresa Benns told me she never listened to her copy of the tapes.  I sent her a copy of the transcript of the tapes, and she asked me to upload the transcript of the tapes which can be found at: http://jmjsite.com/whatdobennsandbawdenteach.pdf.  Teresa Benns’ answers to the questions I asked toward the end of the tapes will be found at the end of the transcript of the tapes.  Please take notice that Teresa Benns no longer supports David Bawden.  By the Grace of God, Teresa Benns now knows that David Bawden has never been a Catholic Pope.  Two Tapes by Patrick Henry  1A 1B 2A 2B

WHAT CAN WE DO.  Order No. 56.  This tape has been made available to all at the urgent request of those for whom it was first recorded, and from those who first heard it.  It explains about the Power of the Prayer of Petition; what it means to become as little children; and some examples of how to apply to our lives the aspiration: “O God, come to our assistance; Jesus, Mary, Joseph please make haste to help us!” One Tape read by PH1A 1B

WHICH BISHOP SHOULD I FOLLOW?  Order No. 96.  These tapes provide much information to explain which bishops have an Office, Authority and Jurisdiction.  Two Tapes read by PH1A 1B 2A 2B

WHO IS RIGHT AND WHO IS WRONG?  Order No. 98.  These tapes provide much information that is not available from others.  It contains the sermons and talks given by Father Denis Philomena Marie to the CMRI community at the time they broke away from Bishop Francis Konrad Maria Schuchardt in June of 1984.  Next follows much information compiled by Patrick Henry in the 1980s, which explains many things about what has happened in the Church.  Many references sources are given for those who wish to do more research.  This set of tapes also contains many parables that teach us very important spiritual truths.  Learn from eggs, chickens on the farm, books, signs, chain saws, cattle dogs, wheat farmers, baseball games, KRAZY radio, City Dudes buying horses, Johnny Slip-a-long.   A long parable that could be titled The Unfunny Ha, Ha, Amusement Park, explains why Father Mary Joachim left the CMRI community.  These tapes will provide much food for thought and give you information you need to know about an Office, Authority, Jurisdiction, Abjuration of Errors, Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Devotion to Mary, and much, much more.  Eighteen tapes by PH1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B 7A 7B 8A 8B 9A 9B 10A 10B 11A 11B 12A 12B 13A 13B 14A 14B 15A 15B 16A 16B 17A 17B 18A 18B

THE WONDERS OF THE HOLY NAME.  Order No. 39.  Father Paul O’Sullivan has written so well of the Holy Name of Jesus, that this tape is a MUST for everyone to hear.  It will give you much happiness and it will enable you to obtain from God wonderful graces and blessings.  It teaches the wonders of the Holy Name of Jesus which few Christians understand.  The frequent praying of the Name of JESUS will save your soul.  Please hear this tape, and give copies of it to others.  One Tape read by AM1A 1B

YOU SHALL FIND REST. Order No. 52.  With Father John Kearney we learn a very simple view of Sanctity, a definite picture of a soul that is on the sure path to heaven, and a precious, easy to understand, instruction on holy living.  You can conjecture with probability that you are in the state of Grace if you notice the signs as explained on these tapes.  Imprimatur 1938.  Six Tapes read by AM.  1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 6A 6B