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Father Altman on Joyful Mysteries plus three of his other most famous homilies

This was put up before on this blog, but it is best, methinks, to put it up again. There will be some fierceness to be witnessed in the coming days. I just wanted people to see another side of Father Altman, the one who prays before the Blessed Sacrament, the one who prays the Rosary, the one who – impossible to the fakers – has great spiritual insights into the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary. His words are spoken with awe before the Mystery. As expected – and I love this – he mentions some of the imbecile heresies that we all heard from Seminary professors. He refutes the idiocy well.

You can skip to 7.40 for the Gospel then the homily.

And here’s three other homilies in a row, the first one being why some powerful ecclesiastics have it in for him:

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