SoundSermons.org is a collection of audio sermon recordings by a traditional Catholic priest. This site is maintained by Catholic laity and shared with permission of the priest. The priest featured in these recordings is an active Catholic Priest in good standing with their local ordinaries and Rome, incardinated with normal faculties and jurisdiction, and serving in North America.
These sermons are available here and at the following sites to make it easy to share and to listen on-the-go:
SoundCloud can be accessed anywhere using the official iPhone and Android apps, and it takes just a click to share sermons via Facebook, Twitter, or email.
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The Podcasts app for iOS provides easy access to new sermons on the go. Whenever a new sermon is available your iOS devices will get them automatically.
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Absolutely! This audio is provided at no charge and in an easily sharable format. All audio is hosted through SoundCloud, the world’s leading social sound platform, to make the sermons as easy to access and share as possible. There is also an iTunes podcast subscription available.
The audio is also available to download through SoundCloud and iTunes for those who would like to add the sermons to their personal audio collection.
DO NOT share the name, location or image of this priest when sharing links or information about this website.
DO NOT use the audio as narration for YouTube videos.
DO NOT download the audio to give away or sell copies on CDs.
DO NOT download the audio and host on your personal site (“mirror” hosting).
DO NOT edit the audio of these sermons in any way.
If you can, please say three Hail Mary's for the priest who preaches these sermons, and ask others to do the same.
Because this priest has duties and responsibilities to care for the souls of the Faithful entrusted to him, he chooses to remain anonymous. By remaining unidentified, attention to his flock will not be divided with those outside of his parish who might seek him out for questions rather than going to their local priests. Moreover, the message he is preaching - the Catholic Faith - is what is important, not the human being who is preaching it.
Please pray for for all priests in the service of God, as well as an increase in vocations to the priesthood, religious and consecrated life.
Regina Confessorum, ora pro nobis.