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Chapter 166 | 56 - February 23 - St. Peter Damian and St. Serenus, a Gardener, Martyr | Free Audiobook LibriVox recording of Little Pictorial Lives of the Saints, Volume 1 (January-March) by John Gilmary Shea. Read in English by KevinS; Maria Therese; Larry Wilson; Lynda Marie Neilson; Christina Bui; Russ Hobbs Little Pictorial Lives of the Saints : with reflections for every day in the year : compiled from "Butler's Lives" and other approved sources : to which are added lives of the American saints : placed on the calendar for the United States by special petition of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore - Summary from the book itself For more free audio books or to become a volunteer reader, visit LibriVox.org.M4B Audiobook (174MB)

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HoP 203 - Virgin Territory - Peter Damian on Changing the Past Peter Damian takes up a question with surprising philosophical implications: can God restore virginity to a woman who has lost it?
St. Peter Damian and His Battle Against the First Lavender Mafia in the Church Archbishop Vigano has identified the root cause of the abuse crisis in the church to be a plague of homosexuality in the clergy and the hierarchy. This is not the first time the Church has been afflicted by the scourge of what His Grace calls a Lavender Mafia. An element of the wide corruption of the Church during the 11th century involved the sin of Sodom among clerics and in particular in monasteries. St. Peter Damian was a leading figure who fought to free the Church of this grave sin. Brian McCall and author Matthew Hoffman (who translated St. Peter Damian&apos;s work &quot;The Book of Gomorrah&quot;) discuss the great saint and his successful plan to reform the Church of his day. His translation is available here https://www.amazon.com/Gomorrah-Damians-Struggle-Ecclesiastical-Corruption/dp/0996704205.
Ep. 96 St Peter Damian St Peter Damian had a hard life, and sometimes hard decisions to make. But he always knew it was better to choose God in the long run. Listen now to hear his story!
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Peter Damian's "Selections from his Letter on Divine Omnipotence" (c) 1995 Paul Vincent Spade Copyright © 1995 by Paul Vincent Spade. This document may be copied and circulated freely, provided only that this notice of copyright is included with all copies.
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Conversations with Mark Bauerlein (10. 12. 18) - Lessons from Peter Damian Charlotte Allen joins Mark to discuss the 11th-century monastic Peter Damian and what the Catholic Church today should learn from his “Liber Gomorrhianus.”
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