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  • The Trials of Saint Patrick

    The Trials of Saint Patrick is the epic story of one man's spiritual odyssey through hardship and loss, mercy, and forgiveness. Dramatized with a fresh boldness by the Augustine Institute Radio Theatre, the characters will come alive through the talents of dozens of accomplished, award-winning ac...

  • Ode to Saint Cecilia

    Ode to Saint Cecilia tells the dramatic story of a modest young woman from Rome whose life transcends time to influence poets, composers, sculptors, and painters. A patron saint to some, a muse to others, Cecilia has inspired George F. Handel, John Dryden, Henry Purcell, Stefan Maderno, John Wate...

  • The Legends of Robin Hood

    Hero. Outlaw. Faithful. Rogue. Champion. Vigilante.

    The child of a reputable family and a faithful son of the Church, Robert of Locksley had no intention of becoming an outlaw. But the relentless cruelty and tyranny by the elite nobility of England demanded that someone rise up to give answer. A...

  • Acts of the Apostles

    What was the early Church like? How did they live, evangelize, and worship? How were the first disciples of Jesus converted to "the Way?" Modern Christians can gain insight on these and many other questions in the Acts of the Apostles. From the Ascension of Christ, to Pentecost, to St. Peter's fi...

  • The Gospel According to John

    Often called "The Theologian's Gospel," St. John's account of the life of Christ is the fruit of decades of contemplation and love. Beginning with the mystical prologue, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" (Jn 1:1), St. John's Gospel highlights many ev...

  • The Gospel According to Luke

    St. Luke's Gospel is often called "The Gospel of Mercy" because it reveals so powerfully the love that Jesus has toward the outcast, the forgotten, and the downtrodden. St. Luke's gospel contains the Infancy Narrative, the parables of the Good Samaritan and the Prodigal Son, and the story of Zacc...

  • The Gospel According to Mark

    Often considered to be St. Peter's account of the life of Christ as told to St. Mark, this gospel is action-packed and emphasizes discipleship. St. Mark stresses the struggle of taking up one's cross every day and following Jesus by including details about the fleeing disciple in the Garden of Ge...

  • The Gospel According to Matthew

    "Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand" (Mt 3:2). St. Matthew's account of the life of Jesus Christ emphasizes that he is the King of the Jews, the one who was to come and fulfill God's promise to re-establish the kingdom of David. St. Matthew's Gospel is often called "The Catechist's Gosp...

  • Paul's Letters

    St. Paul is one of the greatest evangelists in the two-thousand-year history of Church. He traveled thousands of miles and endured countless hardships in order to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. His letters to local Churches are both practical and poetic, focusing on the truth that "we preach ...

  • The Book of Revelation

    "Behold, the dwelling of God is with men. He will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself will be with them" (Rev 21:3). Though Revelation is often seen as the book of doom and gloom, it is actually given to the Church as a mysterious vision of the heavenly liturgy and eter...

  • Universal Letters

    The Universal Letters often don't get as much attention as the Pauline Letters, but they present a beautiful outline of the three fundamental virtues of the Christian life: St. James writes about faith, St. Peter writes about hope, and St. John writes about love. These letters give a brief but mo...

  • Our Lady of Fatima

    The three shepherds: Lucia, Jacinta, and Francisco went through many trials in 1917 once Our Lady of Fatima graced them with heavenly visits and secrets. What would the children do once they were kidnapped and faced death threats? Listen and find out! This audio includes a bonus track of the Trem...

  • St. Dominic Savio: The Schoolboy Saint

    Dominic was an energetic, motivated youth from a happy home who yearned to know more about God and give everything to him. As a young teen, Dominic came to the experimental school for boys run by St. John Bosco in Italy. Dominic challenged others to grow in wisdom and holiness while at the school...

  • St. Teresa of Avila

    This is the story of the great reformer of the Carmelite order: St. Teresa of Avila. This audiodrama follows the life a privileged Spanish youth through her childhood and attendance at the local convent school to her founding of several discalced (shoeless) monasteries. Be inspired by this saint'...

  • St. Maria Goretti

    Known for her virtue of purity, follow the story of a lovely young Italian woman who understood her own dignity and value, as well as the horror of sin. Due to finances, two families shared one country home. The teenage boy of one family, Alessandro, grew up with pornography, and little parental ...

  • St. Kateri Tekakwitha

    Young Kateri suffered misunderstanding and ridicule due to her counter-cultural choices as a Mohawk to remain an unwed virgin for the love of Jesus Christ. Experience our first Native American Saint's struggles to follow Our Lord within her tribe and through the teachings of some early Jesuit Mis...

  • St. Francis of Assisi

    Francis Bernadone, a wealthy young Italian teen, was carefree and jovial. Follow his story of conversion and decision to be "all in" for God! While Francis never became a priest, he did attract many followers to his life of poverty for Christ, including St. Clare! Guest appearance of Leonardo deF...

  • St. Frances Cabrini

    Born in Codogno Italy, with a great love for our Lord, this sickly, small girl would likely never be accepted into a convent, nor travel far from home. Both assumptions were incorrect, as St. Frances made 23 transatlantic crossings by boat after she began her missionary work at the age of 42 year...

  • St. Bernadette of Lourdes

    Bernadette may have been a poor, uneducated, sickly French girl, but her visions of the Blessed Virgin at Lourdes, and her subsequent courage to follow out the requests of Our Lady, demonstrate to all of us, young or old, rich or poor, that our Lady "doesn't promise us happiness in this world, bu...

  • St. Anthony of Padua

    Born into an important Portuguese Family, his father being a politician, young Anthony wanted to sacrifice his life to be a martyr for Christ in Morocco. Nevertheless, God had other plans for Anthony when he met some humble traveling Franciscans, and he left his studies to follow Francis and spre...

  • St. Philomena

    There are two stories presented here. The first is about the ancient Greek princess Philomena who died a virgin martyr, and the second is that of Pauline Jericot who hoped to spread the devotion to Philomena. By telling both stories, which occurred hundreds of years apart, we can see the power of...

  • Brother Francis: The Barefoot Saint of Assisi

    If you think you know Francis of Assisi, you're in for a surprise. Discover the astonishing life of Brother Francis, the fun-loving son of wealth and privilege who gave up everything for the sake of Christ. As a young soldier, he encountered suffering. As a victim of war, he began a search for in...

  • The King is Born: A Collection of Christmas Praises in Song

    Bask in the warmth and joy of Christmas with a mixture of traditional and new songs that fill the heart with worship and praise. A wonderful way of remembering Who we celebrate during the holiday season.

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  • The Story of Christmas: An Audio Drama About the First Christmas

    Children will enjoy this heartwarming dramatization that recounts the story of the very first Christmas, as told by Brother Francis. With music, songs, and engaging storytelling, you will experience the wonderful events that led up to the birth of God's Son and the story of redemption.

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