Traditional Catholic podcasts?

I’m looking to put some good Catholic podcasts with a traditional perspective on my phone for Lent.

Can anyone recommend to me your favorites?


He’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but Fr John Zuhlsdorf has one that is generally pretty good.


Dr. Taylor Marshall has a great podcast. He’s very traditional and these same episodes are also found on YouTube if you prefer the videos.


Padre Peregrino is interesting to me. I listen to him to balance out the more mainstream Catholic Podcasts I listen to lol.

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My go to Traditional podcasts/youtube channels:

Catholic Prophecy Today

The Fatima Center (i particularly like Father Isaac, his conference on the four last things is amazing and great for Lent)

All conferences of Father Ripperger.

You can find all these on the Sensus Fidelium youtube channel, but they also have their own websites and/or podcasts.

God Bless

Lots of good stuff here, including Lenten missions with traditional Catholic priests:

Archbishop Fulton Sheen has some good recordings


Also while not technically having to do with lent per se I have been known to use Father Gaitley retreat books for most of my lent.

He just recently came out with a new book 33 Days to Greater Glory.

I have that one coming in the mail at some point,

Consoling the Heart of Jesus: A Do-It-Yourself Retreat- Inspired by the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius

33 Days to Morning Glory: A Do-It-Yourself Retreat In Preparation for Marian Consecration

33 Days to Merciful Love: A Do-It-Yourself Retreat in Preparation for Consecration to Divine Mercy

33 Days to Greater Glory: A Total Consecration to the Father Through Jesus Based on the Gospel of John

Amazon is sold out but Father Calloway’s new book is supposed to be phenomenal and I’m sure is having read the rest of his excellent work.

Champions of the Rosary

10 Wonders of the Rosary

I plan to use Consoling the Heart of Jesus for Lent this year. Good to know that others have found it to be beneficial.

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