I love Faith & Family Live's podcasts. They make walking on the treadmill go so fast for me!
Check out sqpn.com's podcasts. Surely you'll find something to like there!
Audiosancto.org is my favorite to listen to while I'm doing chores or walking outside. I also keep a cd with the downloads in my car.
There are loads of great things here:http://www.audiosancto.org/Alternately, you could also check out the Lighthouse Catholic Media and/or their CD of the month club. I have tons of their cd's and listen to them on my iPod regularly.http://www.lighthousecatholicmedia.org/And then there's always "Sisters Grimm" :P
This will be an interesting thread.Another vote for http://www.audiosancto.org/ and then of course there is http://www.ewtn.com/audiovideo/index_old.asp
Try Ancient Faith Radio, especially 'Close to Home' and 'The Opinionated Tailor Talks Shop.' Not specifically Catholic, but I think you'd enjoy anyway!
gosh, i always dwnld EWTN's podcasts! I LOVE 'the journey home' to listen to - sitting and watching the show, not so much, but listening to it on the treadmill is really good. The World Over, Mother Angelica, Life on the Rock... http://ewtn.com/podcast/index.asp you can even have them automat download every week, i believe. hope this helps :)
I love this website - Keep the Faith they have lectures to download - they are really inexpensive! Bishop Sheen, Father Hardon, Christopher Ferrara, Michael Davies, and many, many more.http://www.keepthefaith.org/Trish
I think everybody's covered the Catholic podcasts I've heard of, how about these?I always listen to these podcasts while I do chores: 12 Byzantine Rulers and The History of Rome. You can find them both by searching on the iTunes store. They're free of course. I'm not sure if the History of Rome is going to go beyond the Fall of Rome to the Medieval period, but I really hope so. Right now they just finished Hadrian. It's amazing how far Rome came. From the center of worldliness to the center of Christendom! (I'm a history geek.)Also, this isn't something you can listen to multiple times, but if you go on iTunes and search Liberty Seminary the first podcast link that comes up should be "Interview with Father Alban Waggener- Eastern Orthodox." It's very interesting from an ecumenical standpoint. A Muslim convert who's now a Southern Baptist minister and professor brought in an Anglican priest turned Orthodox priest to talk to his class. I was so inspired by the simple and loving way the Orthodox priest explained the beliefs that the professor challenged him about. They cover everything: icons, saints, excommunication, Mary (he did a great job explaining her). Beware though, the Baptist professor keeps comparing Orthodoxy to Catholicism even though there is no Catholic to confirm or deny his comparisons. That frustrated me.
Sr. Ann Shield's Food for the Journey is really good. http://www.renewalministries.net/?module=Events&class=Media&event=Radio Oh, and Fr. John Riccardo is awesome! http://frjohnriccardo.libsyn.com/
Wow! You gals are awesome! I am now going to make my way through this amazing list and see what strikes my fancy. Thanks!
www.catholicstuffpodcast.comSome amazing soon-to-be priests in Denver just started this up!
saintscast.org is produced by a local guy...he's a neurosurgeon and his podcasts of the saints is incredible!
Wow, the thouhgt of actually listening to a podcast while doing chores sounds terrific. But...I do think it is quite impossible w/my gang always around me... They always need their Momma for something! I would love to do that! Hope you all have fun listening to them-these lists sound great! God bless, mary @ Cheerios
We enjoy Father Larry. He will really get you thinking.http://www.thereasonforourhope.org/
anything Fr Corapi
Anything Danielle Rose as far as music goes
I vote for Two Edge Talk. I love their voices and their discussions and they're in 15 minute little segments.
Homilies from Fr. Jay Scott Newman (St. Mary's in Greenville, SC) and from Fr. John Ehrich (St. Thomas in Phoenix, AZ) are both stellar.
Just wanted to mention to Mary @ Cheerios that I have to use only one earbud and am willing to "pull the plug" and rewind... it's worth it to fill some of that time with some good teaching and meditations.This is such a great thread. I'm going on a hunt, too. I'm excited about Sr. Shield's podcasts. I had no idea
SQPN has a ton of great Catholic podcasts!
Definitely Fr. John Riccardo. I really enjoy his talks. My kids will come in the kitchen and ask, "Are you listening to that priest on the iPod again?"
Catholic Answers Live, and The Doctor Is In are good (I usually listen to Dr. Ray but skip the other host when she's on twice a week.)
I guess most of mine are just podcasts of stuff that's actually on the radio. I love skipping commercials. As for stuff actually made for podcasting only, I've found most of them to be pretty amateur and hokey. But I will try a couple of the things suggested by other commenters.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and yourself!