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Old Feb 21, '12, 7:41 pm
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Question Recommendations for Protestant friend

Hello, all,

I recently met a Protestant who seems interested in learning more about our faith. As he drives around a lot, I thought some CDs would be of use to him, specifically as to why we love and honor Our Lady so much, transubstantiation, and confession. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on free downloads that I could burn to CD for him. I don't have time to purchase any (he is leaving soon), and I have given all mine away that I did have.

Thanking you in advance,
AnnElizabeth
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Old Feb 21, '12, 9:06 pm
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Hello, all,

I recently met a Protestant who seems interested in learning more about our faith. As he drives around a lot, I thought some CDs would be of use to him, specifically as to why we love and honor Our Lady so much, transubstantiation, and confession. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on free downloads that I could burn to CD for him. I don't have time to purchase any (he is leaving soon), and I have given all mine away that I did have.

Thanking you in advance,
AnnElizabeth
Hi AnnElizabeth,

try this link http://www.biblechristiansociety.com/download

It is a bunch of MP3's that you can download and convert to WAV files to burn to CD's. (Or if he has a CD player that reads MP3'S then you can download them to a CD and he can listen to them, or he can listen to these online as well.) They guy who puts these together are really good in helping Protestants see the Catholic point of view because, 1) he used to be a Protestant and 2) bases his talk on using nothing but the bible to prove his point as Protestants won't accept appeals to Church Tradition. He does a really good job. I forget this guys name but he is often a guest on Catholic Answers Live.

Another place you can go to is ... http://www.catholicity.com/cds/

You can download their talks for free but if you can afford a small donation to help keep their ministry running they sure would appreciate it.

Hope this helps your friend.
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Old Feb 21, '12, 9:33 pm
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I recommend Audiosancto.com - best free downloadable Catholic sermonsive ever come across.
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Old Feb 22, '12, 7:45 am
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Thank you! I'm going to check these out and I'll let you know what response, if any,I receive from him.

God Bless!
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Old Feb 28, '12, 3:22 am
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Hello, all,

I recently met a Protestant who seems interested in learning more about our faith. As he drives around a lot, I thought some CDs would be of use to him, specifically as to why we love and honor Our Lady so much, transubstantiation, and confession. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on free downloads that I could burn to CD for him. I don't have time to purchase any (he is leaving soon), and I have given all mine away that I did have.

Thanking you in advance,
AnnElizabeth
http://www.catholic-soe.org/downloads.html
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Old Feb 29, '12, 6:02 am
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Thanks...! No response yet, but I don't expect anything from him this quickly.
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Old Mar 2, '12, 8:51 am
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Hello, all,

I recently met a Protestant who seems interested in learning more about our faith. As he drives around a lot, I thought some CDs would be of use to him, specifically as to why we love and honor Our Lady so much, transubstantiation, and confession. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on free downloads that I could burn to CD for him. I don't have time to purchase any (he is leaving soon), and I have given all mine away that I did have.

Thanking you in advance,
AnnElizabeth
http://www.bringyou.to/apologetics/audio.htm#EWTN
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The Mary Foundation also has free CDs and downloads:

http://www.catholicity.com/cds/

They offer eight talks:
  • The Eucharist Explained
  • The Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet
  • Healing and Holiness
  • Marriage and the Eucharist
  • Seven Secrets of the Eucharist
  • The Mass Explained
  • Confession
  • The Conversion of Scott Hahn
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