sermon podcast

Mar 1, 2014

On this Food For Faith website I will soon be offering regular podcasts which you will be able to subscribe to and listen to on your phone while driving to work. I have experienced the value of such podcast subscriptions myself with Fr. Robert Barron’s weekly sermon podcasts. Because I have subscribed to these they automatically upload to my phone (if left to me i would forget to do this), and are ready to hear from mid-week before the Sunday.

Fr. Barron’s sermons are a great way for parishioners, preachers and lectors to prepare for Sunday. You can check out his sermons at this link and subscribe by tapping on “podcast” in the “our podcast” box half way down the right side of this page.

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