SSPX Podcast

Questions with Father #12: Catholic Duties on Voting, Vocation Misconceptions, Modern Holy Days

Fr. John McFarland discusses when it is sinful not to vote and whether or not abortion trumps all other issues.  Also, Father is passionate about the topic of vocations, and addresses a commonly held misconception. Finally, a listener asks why Epiphany is no longer a Holy Day?

Questions with Father #11: Organ Donation & Communion in the Hand – What’s the Problem?

Listeners ask why Catholics pray to saints instead of just to God. Also, why has the Church historically had a problem with organ donation? And if there are such problems with the Novus Ordo Mass, why is Communion in the hand a big deal?

The Greatest Schism in 1,000 Years? News and a Review of the Eastern Churches

We talk with the Assistant Editor of Angelus Press, Mr. Gabriel Sanchez about this shocking news from the East.  While it may be too early to call the Moscow Patriarchate’s move a formal schism, it is expected that the other self-governing Orthodox churches around the world will begin choosing sides soon enough, perhaps leading to an unraveling of Orthodoxy’s confederate-style governing model.

Striving For Success: a Catholic’s Obligations – Fr. John McFarland

Father John McFarland presented an address to the St. Joseph Businessmen’s Association, St. Marys KS, on the moral principles involved in making money and pursuing success in the professional life

Questions with Father #10: Defending Latin Mass & What Are We Bound to Believe in Genesis?

During this episode, we ask Father how can we counter the argument: Popes throughout history have changed the Latin Mass – why can’t it be done now? As well, a curious dispute between Fr. Robinson and another Catholic organization…

Fr. Leo Boyle – 1992 – Third Order Conference on Virtue of Humility

In St. Mary’s, Kansas, Fr. Boyle served as the chaplain for the Third Order.  He delivered a conference on the virtue of humility, relates it to the other virtues, and discusses its importance.

Fr. Laisney: Why we need Suffering to live as a Catholic

From Wanganui, New Zealand, Fr. Laisney delivers a sermon on the 17th Sunday after Pentecost, 2018, on the importance of suffering, and discusses the great upcoming feasts this month.

Interview: James Vogel – Angelus Press, Its History, and the Importance of Conference 2018

In this episode: we speak with the editor of Angelus Press, Mr. James Vogel about the upcoming Angelus Press Conference in Kansas City, Oct. 12-14, and its exciting topics, as well as the history of Angelus Press.  http://angeluspress.org/conference

Questions with Father 9: Is There Anything Good Since Vat. II? Why is the Rosary Repetitive, and Why Not Luminous Mysteries?

In this conversation with Fr. Paul Robinson, recorded on August 31, 2018, we talked about why we say the Rosary the way we do.  Isn’t it really repetitive? And why does the SSPX not support the addition of the Luminous Mysteries?  Also, we revisit two past questions in more detail: Has there been anything good to come from the last 50 years of the Church, and how would Father categorize recent pontificates using his “Episdetometer”?

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How to Live A Life Where our Exterior Matches our Interior

on Sunday, September 17, 2017, Fr. Dennis McDonald preaches on how to pray so that we can have an understanding of our soul.  Recorded at St. Isidore’s, Denver Colorado.