New Lenten CD’s – Augustine Institute

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross

CDmeditations on the stations of the cross

The stations of the Cross is a devotion and reflection in which we walk alongside Jesus on His way to Calvary. By prayerfully participating in this meditation we are able to clearly see through His passion and death the depths of God’s love for mankind and the price He paid for our salvation. This presentation includes powerful meditations by Dr. Ronald Thomas, Assistant Professor of Theology at Belmont Abbey College, with prayer responses by students from the college.

 Parishioner Comments

I like to meditate on the Stations of the Cross, and I use these meditations when I spend time in the Chapel. I like it very much.

Mary, CA

I am a returning Catholic who had never learned the Stations. After listening to this CD a number of times, I understand and will be confident to do this devotion.

Judy, SK CA

The Healing Power of Confession

CDthehealingpowerofconfessionDr. Scott Hahn presents the historical and biblical origins of the Sacrament of Penance (Reconciliation). He provides an important guide for new Catholics, a source of renewal for “old hands”, and a challenge to all of us to deepen our relationship with Christ through regular use of the Sacrament of Penance.


  Parishioner Comments

This is an outstanding talk on Confession that cuts to the heart of this great Sacrament of Mercy.

Father Joseph – Baltic, CT

This helped me to better understand scripturally why confession is so important, and it gave me a desire to go to confession more often. I want to pass this information on to others.

Steven – Jasper, IN

Following the Call of Christ Biblical Stories of Conversion

CDfollowingthecallofchristBishop Robert Barron, one of the great spiritual teachers of our time, presents these biblical stories of true conversion drawing from the riches of scriptural accounts. They were people just like you and me who were called by Christ – Bartimaeus, The Man Born Blind, The Woman at the Well, and Jonah and the Great Fish.



  Parishioner Comments

I’ve heard these stories from scripture my whole life and thought by now I understood them pretty well. But after hearing Fr. Barron, now I feel like I get it.

Mary – Fort Worth, TX

Wow! Your eyes will be opened by the wonderful symbolism found in these stories.

Julie – Sterling, VA

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