There are voices from 120 countries so far here on Totus2us & on Totus2us's 40 mp3 audio podcasts. All free, all with music, most episodes are under 10 minutes and the podcasts fall broadly into 3 areas: prayer (faith / way), Catholic teaching (hope / truth) & witness (love / life).
Many thanks to everyone who has contributed, with their thoughts, words, prayers, music & art.
Every day someone new from around the world tells us something about what Our Lady means to them. Music by Jesús Cabello. This miraculous image is of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Mexico). More >
6 Rosary podcasts: 3 in English: 1 with scriptural texts & reflections, 1 with meditations by Sr Hyacinthe OP & Br Charles Mary CSJ, 1 by Westminster Cathedral Rosary Group. 1 in Spanish, 1 in French & 1 in Italian. More >
21 Totus2us Novenas so far, to: God the Father, Jesus (2 to the Sacred Heart), Our Lady, St Joseph, St Therese of Lisieux, St Padre Pio, JPII, for peace & for Europe; 18 include the writings of Pope Francis, Papa Benedict XVI & St John Paul II. More >
The Divine Mercy Chaplet - in as many languages as possible. Currently in Arabic, Czech, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak & Spanish. Plus the Novena in English, French, Italian, Portuguese & Spanish. More >
Priests and seminarians talk about the priesthood and about priests who have helped and inspired them in their vocation. Begun in the Year for Priests, this podcast is in thanksgiving for all priests who have truly lived their vocation and been a "man for others". Music by Mike Mangione. More >
The words of our holy fathers - St John Paul II, Papa Benedict XVI & Pope Francis - in their homilies and letters. Up so far: homilies on Christmas, the Epiphany, the Annunciation & Pentecost, plus Papa Francesco's Message for Lent. More >
Benedict XVI's weekly catechesis on faith, read in English. During his papacy, Papa Benedetto taught, guided & encouraged the universal church with his beautiful, both simple & profound, weekly catecheses. More >
Wisdom and teaching given by our beloved Papa Woytyla at the Wednesday General Audiences during his 26½ years as Bishop of Rome. Beginning with his reflections on the assassination attempt on the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, 13th May 1981. More >
Pope Francis's weekly catechesis at the Wednesday General audience, read in English (Papa Francesco's words in Italian are available on a Vatican podcast). Francisco picked up where Benedict XVI stopped off in the Year of Faith - on the Credo. More >
.. because nothing is impossible to God. Young people talk about their favourite saints & their incredible lives. Saints chosen so far include - Catherine of Siena, John the Disciple, Francis of Assisi, Pius X, Thérèse of Lisieux, Thomas More & Padre Pio. More >
It all began in 1984 but as St JP2 put it "No one invented the WYDs. It was the young people who created them.. They've become a great & fascinating witness that young people give of themselves .. In the young there is an immense potential for good and for creative possibility." More >
Pilgrims tell their tales. Pilgrimages shared so far: from Le Puy to Santiago de Compostela on the Camino, to the Holy Land, Lourdes, JMJ Madrid, Paray-le-Monial, the Hill of Crosses, Medjugorje, Chapel on the Rock & from St Davids. More >
Young people talk about the Eucharist, "a Sacrament of love, a sign of unity, a bond of charity, a Paschal banquet 'in which Christ is consumed, the mind is filled with grace, and a pledge of future glory is given to us." More >
Young people's testimonies about Confession. JPII: ""When we go to Confession, we meet our Saviour in one of the most personal encounters available to us on earth. He receives us with gentleness & mercy & grants us the pardon we seek." More >
As the world witnessed at his death, Pope St John Paul II was greatly loved by millions of people, most strikingly by his "dear young people". Here people share their stories – what they loved so much about him, how his life has encouraged them, and which of his words particularly inspire them. More >
In thanksgiving to God for the great gift of our new Bishop of Rome, Francisco, Papa to the Universal Church. More >
Begun on the 5th anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI's election, on this podcast people share their stories – what it is about Papa Benedetto that they love so much, how his life has encouraged them, and which of his words particularly inspire them. More >
Young people have been telling Totus2us which is their favourite bit in the Bible and why, giving us the Word on the Street. And it's been put to great music by Baliva, Cherrie Anderson, Crossbeam, Emmaus, E Tizz, Jahaziel, Louise Orfila, Olen Cesari, Ooberfuse, Paul J Kim and Rain Down. More >
Tip top TOP CHAT with a great variety of guests who are getting up to good things! So far, chat with: Dr Theresa Burke, Hal St John, Anne Brawley, James Burke-Dunsmore, Christoph Warrack, Stephen B Whatley, Marino Restrepo, Fr Raniero Cantalamessa OFM Cap, Peter Hutley, John Pridmore & Fr Stan Fortuna CFR. More >
Talks given by Jesuit Father John Edwards SJ on his missions to parishes, which bear witness to the great goodness and love of God, made manifest in His Beloved Son Jesus Christ. More >
New Totus2us podcast with stories of mercy More >
New podcast with the stories of people's journeys in search of beauty, goodness, truth, in search of the desire of their heart. More >
Who's who in the family of the Catholic Church! There are so many wonderful communities and religious orders, a fabulous party of brothers and sisters, older cousins and new babies. Up so far: the Carmelite Sister, the Jesuits & the Franciscan Friars of Renewal. More >
Short reflections on Feasts and Saints Days given 2us by a fab collection of priests. Mgr Leo Maasburg on Our Lady of Lourdes: 'The beginning of that revealing, of the understanding of the mystery of suffering, is prayer.' More >
Via Crucis with meditations & prayers by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger on Good Friday 2005. The Stations are up so far in French & Spanish. Underway in English & Portuguese. There are also Stations of the Cross with meditations by Julian of Norwich. Music by John Bevan. More >
Talks given to us by a fab variety of people ... on an awesome range of subjects eg Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow on the charity Mary's Meals, Fr Iain Matthew on prayer, John Pridmore on his conversion story from gangster to evangelist. More >
Fr Francis Selman, lecturer in philosophy & author, gives an introductory series of talks on Philosophy and Faith (10 minute episodes). Up so far: Plato, Aristotle, St Augustine, St Thomas Aquinas, Wiliam Ockham & René Descartes. More >
Sister Hyacinthe OP gives gems of little insights into the wonder-full text of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Music sung by Aristotle Esguerra. Episodes are about 2 minutes long. More >
Weekly Sunday homilies - Father Andrew Pinsent on Pope John Paul II, suffering & the power of the Cross: "This warning not to empty the power of the Cross was the title of the third and final part of the most important document Pope John Paul II ever wrote on the moral life." More >
Find out with Frankie and guests. Comedy TV stars and headlining comedians from the England, Ireland and USA comedy circuit give their take on this mystifying question. More >
Young people from around the world talk about what Christmas means to them ... and they're accompanied by carols: Away in a Manger, In the Bleak Midwinter, Silent Night, O Little Town of Bethlehem, Venite Adoremus Dominum & Gaudate, More >
John Pridmore gives monthly updates about his journeys, stories about the people he's met along the way, and the goodness of God in all things. More >
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