Also, if one were somehow unable (or unwilling) to purchase satellite radio and/or otherwise lacking the ability to listen in on EWTN radio yet yearned for more than just Catholic Music (a la www.johnmichaeltalbot.com, as in my previous reply) might I suggest that you invest in some of Father John Corapi’s spiritual talks.
Father John Corapi (often shown on EWTN) is a wonderful, completely 100% orthodox (in doctrine, not in sect) Roman Catholic Priest who more than once has set me straight without even knowing about it, thanks to his excellently huge selection of seminar-type talks. Simply surf over to fathercorapi.com/index.aspx and look up some of his audio (or video if you want to watch at home) talks.
Some may complain about the price of his media, thinking it is too expensive. The moment the sound from the first CD you buy hits your ears, you’ll realize that buying his stuff was one of the best things money has ever done for your faith. His personal testimony is at once cheap and extraordinary; the rest of his wonderful series are simply out of this world. It is as if Jesus himself is sitting there reminding you of what needs to be done, and giving you advice on how to do it, sometimes firmly, always lovingly.
No protestant radio broadcast can fathom what Father John Corapi has brought to Christian Media, and that of course has to do with the fuller Communion we share with our God which our Protestant brothers and sisters have been denied thanks to the heretical activities of a few.
If you do not have a CD player in your car and cannot get the talks on tape, then buy a cheap sony (good on battery consumption) CD player off of www.amazon.com and buy a CD to cassette adapter: go to www.froogle.com and search “CD to cassette adapter” (without the quotations). A CD to cassette adapter is simply a mock cassette tape with a head phone jack coming out of it; simply put the head-phone jack into the cheap sony CD player, the cassette portion into the cassette deck in your car and you suddenly have a cd-player which can play through the cassette deck in your car.
Hint; even though it says it’s for CD players, you can hook it up to anything with a head-phone jack (digital music player, a voice recorder)
If that sounds too complicated (or the cassette deck in your car is broken) go to www.froogle.com and search “CD FM Transmitter”
Or you can find one directly (for $4.95!!!) at arkon.com/fmtransmitter.php
This unit is a battery-operated FM transmitter that you can plug into any audio device (CD player, digital music player, etc) which allows you to hear it over the radio in your car. It has a few selectable transmission frequencies (let’s say for example, 87.1 FM), so you plug it into your cd player, turn it on, and tune your car radio to 87.1 FM, and you will hear whatever is being played in your CD player through your car radio!
These are simple solutions which give everyone access to a wide variety of HIGHLY SUBSTANTIVE good old Roman Catholic Media; thus a Catholic has no excuse for listening to anything less
Why settle for 95% “acceptable” and 5% “garbage” when you could be getting 100% Priceless Treasure?
And if you want some advice as to which product(s) to buy, email me personally (through this site) and I will advise you, personally.