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Help a very good apostolate in need March 25, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in awesomeness, Basics, catachesis, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Interior Life, Latin Mass, priests, sanctity, Tradition, Virtue.
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I don’t know about you, but I have found Sensus Fidelium – formerly known as Video Sancto – one of my top resources for edification in the Faith.  The sermons are just fantastic, including the one I post below.

Unfortunately, the man who posts all these videos and takes the time and effort to add all the pictures and whatnot is in need of financial assistance. He has had a hard time of late and as such may have to give up producing the videos.  He is asking his Catholic audience to help him out to the extent feasible for them.

He has a fundraising site. He has a short term goal of $5000 and is already over $3000.  Given how much value I’ve found in Video Sancto/Sensus Fidelium, I had to help him out.  Perhaps you may feel similarly moved.  God bless you and thank you.

As for the video – if you are at all like me, you may have habitual sins you have struggled to overcome.  By the Grace of God and prayers of others, I have managed – at present – to overcome some really long term sins.  But I have a couple of others that still like to hang around.  So I really appreciated the guidance of this video, relying on compunction to overcome these kinds of lifelong/habitual sins:

Summary from Video Sancto on the video below:

Many of us suffer from habitual sin, which must be overcome with God’s gift of compunction (definition: ‘piercing of the heart with habitual contrition’). Compunction makes mortal sin and deliberate venial sin very rare. This habitual hatred for sin also preserves us and fortifies us against temptation. This is because sin and compunction are mutually exclusive. St. Teresa of Avila became a mystic through compunction. In order to receive this gift one ought to (1) pray for it, (2) meditate upon the Passion of our Lord while considering his own lowliness and ingratitude, (3) remember his future death, and (4) persevere in all this – pray for it every day.

It is always good to pray for the priests in these sermons.  3 Aves are recommended.

Comments

1. pablothemexican - March 25, 2015

How to overcome anything:

No need to thank me.

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2. skeinster - March 25, 2015

Thanks for the notice. Love Video Sancto- was wondering about the name change.

3. Lynne - March 25, 2015

Perhaps this is going to sound mean, I certainly don’t intend that but maybe it’s a sign he should just go back to posting the audio sermons. The videos can’t be played in the car or played on an mp3 player at the gym…

Tantumblogo - March 25, 2015

They are different people. Audio Sancto is still around and posting audio sermons still.

4. Colleen Hammond - March 25, 2015

Oops, sorry…wrong link. http://www.audiosancto.org

5. Baseballmom - March 25, 2015

Convicting sermon. Thank you.

6. Colleen Hammond - March 26, 2015

Lynne, Video Sancto/Sensus Fidelim gets the audio of the sermons from Audio Sancto and does their own videos from it, so you can still get the MP3s from Audio Sancto. http://videosancto.org

There are LOTS of other sermons VS/SF do as well, so he’s not just using Audio Sancto sermons. Plenty to choose from! There’s some Tim Staples, Mike Voris, Fr. Corapi, Tom Woods, Steve Ray, “Shadow Priest” from CMTV, Michael Davies…lots of stuff. https://www.youtube.com/user/onearmsteve4192/videos?sort=da&view=0&flow=grid

I’m so sorry your friend is having financial troubles! Looks like this is him in an interview! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgIdeJ8JOsQ


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