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Old Apr 5, '08, 11:22 am
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For those of you not on John Martignoni's e-mail blast, I thought I'd mention something he wrote about a few weeks ago. It's a Bible Study/Apologetics tool for your PDA. If you've got a Palm device or something running Windows Mobile 5, and you're an armchair apologist like me, this is one of those don't-really-need-it-but-it's-really-cool-to-have things that could be very helpful. Particularly if you're like me and have long-ish commutes on public transportation.

Here's the link: http://www.pelkie.com/Detail.bok?no=1

This guy has developed 44 pages of talking points, commentary, etc., for various Catholic apologetics issues: Baptism, Purgatory, Church, even Jehovah's Witnesses. All you do is call up your Bible on your PDA, click on a bookmark to particular verse, and then you've got some helpful commentary right there underneath the scripture.

Cost: $10. You can download a copy of the entire Bible for free, but I wanted a digital version of my well-highlighted Catholic Study Bible. It cost me about $30.

Let's say you're out with friends. Someone says the Church is wrong to Baptize infants. "Well," you say, "Let's examine some scripture verses..." Then, you call up your handly list of bookmarked verses pertaining to baptism, and then the fun begins!

Now, practically speaking, it's an inferior method to actually knowing the Bible inside and out, but it's a great learning/teaching tool, potentially. I finally got it up and running this morning, and I can see how this will be very helpful for both my apologetics "work" and 8th grade CCD class.

If you're a hyper-techno-geek like me, this is a must have. All your apologetics notes (you can add tons more), AND the scripture right there in your PDA.

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I could not birng up this site but Im looking for something like this can anyone help me with getting some stuff for my phone PDA when I get it?
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Old Apr 8, '08, 11:27 am
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EWTN MP3s (Fr. Corapi, Bob Sungenis, Bishop Sheen, Dr. Scott Hahn, Steve Ray, Pat Madrid, Fr. Pacwa, etc.):
ftp://217.160.246.215/pub/audionet/EWTN_programs/
Does anyone know if this is still available? I haven't been able to open the files for the last two weeks. Thanks.
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Does anyone know if this is still available? I haven't been able to open the files for the last two weeks. Thanks.
Has not worked for me either... a shame, too... really good stuff there.
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Old Apr 10, '08, 1:34 pm
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Does anyone know if this is still available? I haven't been able to open the files for the last two weeks. Thanks.
Oops - I didn't see your post until now. The answer is no, that server isn't available anymore.

No worries, though -- the host has transfered all the files to a new server - catholicaudio.us. He had to make the shift because of some hackers. In any case, all the old files are hosted there now and I've updated the all links on my blog (Sonitus Sanctus) to reflect that.

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Awesome news! Thanks RyanL
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EWTN MP3s (Fr. Corapi, Bob Sungenis, Bishop Sheen, Dr. Scott Hahn, Steve Ray, Pat Madrid, Fr. Pacwa, etc.):
ftp://217.160.246.215/pub/audionet/EWTN_programs/
This link no longer works for me -- does anybody else have a problem with it? Has EWTN changed it or taken it down?

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This link no longer works for me -- does anybody else have a problem with it? Has EWTN changed it or taken it down?

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Old Apr 14, '08, 10:32 am
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The Knights of Columbus Catholic Information Service has some great audio that you can subscribe to via iTunes or download from their website.

The entire Luke E. Hart series and some of the others are also available in Spanish: http://www.kofc.org/un/eb/es/publica...cis/index.html
Podcasting the Kingdom is an audio evangelization series. Its objective is to make Christians and those interested in Christianity aware of the mission placed before us by Jesus Christ – to bring His voice of salvation to the world: “I am the way, the truth and the life” (Jn 14:6). Each program in series speaks of Jesus Christ and the work of the Church, His sacrament. By baptism and by conviction, we are called to make disciples of all nations.


The Luke E. Hart Series of Podcasting the Kingdom is topic-driven collection based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church covering a wide variety of topics ranging from belief and worship to virtue and vice. This series is written by Boston College philosophy professor Peter Kreeft, Ph.D. who provides an insightful look into the Catholic faith. He proposes practical strategies to understand what and how Catholics believe, worship and live. There are 30 booklets and 30 podcasts.


The Veritas Series of Podcasting the Kingdom is an audio anthology with individual themes pertaining to Catholic faith and life. This series is written by a variety authors who demonstrate a commitment to the great task of integrating faith and reason with wisdom and holiness. The purpose of this series is to explore the truths of the Catholic faith that have been handed down through the centuries from the Lord to the Apostles and to succeeding generations of Christians.


The Hart and Veritas programs give basic, reasonable and verifiable information by which we ought to live our lives according to God’s plan.
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Found an excellent Catholic education/apologetics resource and just wanted to share. It is a very deep site. Here it is.
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Old May 21, '08, 9:00 pm
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Anybody know anything about Catholicaudio.us? The downloads haven't been accessable for more than a week:

http://catholicaudio.us/
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Old May 30, '08, 9:19 am
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Found this: http://www.cathcorn.org/

Mmmm very interesting!

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Someone else posted this link in another thread, and I thought the people here might be interested in it:

The Catechism of the Catholic Church in mp3 audio

Right now, they have audio for CCC 1-1419 (about half of the CCC). It looks like they have plans to do the whole thing, and then to do it in Spanish.

Now, on all those long car rides, you can listen to the teachings of the Church.
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Anyone know of a website like revelation-online.blogspot for catholic ebooks?
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Anyone know of a website like revelation-online.blogspot for catholic ebooks?
Try http://www.saintgabriel.com.au/downloads.htm

Free e-books from Raymond De Souza...

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Thanks did you check out http://revelation-online.blogspot.com/
I have the new e-ink ebook readers, but can't find good catholic books for them even for sale. So I hope to find a site for scanned books.



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