As I've mentioned before, I think the Audio Sancto Sermons Series is a tremendous resource for the Catholic community. The recorded homilies are some of the best Biblical and doctrinal teachings I have ever heard. (And I've heard a great deal. I'm the type who would buy entire teaching series on cassette tapes from non-Catholic churches and play them in my car, "boombox", or on a Sony Walkman.)
So, my father and I recently listened to the teaching, "Holy Families Just Don't Happen." We had a very lively discussion afterward. I won't reveal our opinions, but instead, would like your opinion. Please listen to the recording and after, vote in the poll that is in the sidebar at the top of the page. We're also interested in your comments, so please use the combox for this entry as the place to share your thoughts.
There's a free lunch riding on this. We both are laughing about this but are very curious about what others think about the message.
The recording runs about 30 minutes. You can subscribe to Audio Sancto through iTunes and download these recordings to an iPod, iPhone or MP3 player. I downloaded the entire archive PLUS this year's recordings. 338 homilies! Hot dog! This will be my #1 choice of listening fare for my trips both to and from Cincinnati, and beyond!
Here is the link to the audio file:
Holy Families Don't Just Happen
Thanks! We'll be counting the first 100 votes, if we can get that many!