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The Bellarmine Forum Podcast

Pull up a chair and get ready for relaxed and fun kitchen table chat.  The Bellarmine Forum Podcast is a comfortable discussion on Catholicism, life, and sometimes current affairs.  It is a variety show geared towards topics of interest from our audience or relevant experts on timeless topics.

A great introduction to the show...  listen to this chat about purgatory (and why Protestants can't handle it)

or, hear Sr. Rita Marie give info on Fatima that you've never heard emphasized before (but will wish you knew)

The Ballarmine Podcast feed contains all audio materials -- it is a variety channel.  if you'd prefer to get just the devotions, see the separate "Devotions from the Bellarmine Forum" podcast below.

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The Bellarmine Forum Podcast - The Bellarmine Forum

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WANT DEVOTIONALS ONLY? 

No Problem!  use this podcast:

Subscribe to
Catholic Devotions from the Bellarmine Forum

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How To Listen

SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST
Using a podcast app, or an RSS service, you can be notified automatically when new episodes arrive.  This is the best way to listen because your app will keep track of the podcast for you and usually offer the best listening options.

ON THE WEBSITE
You can listen by navigating the archives of the podcast and clicking the play button on the webpage of the podcast episode.  If the player does not work, use the "download" link and play the media file directly.

SUBSCRIBE LINKS

The BFP podcast feed is a standard RSS/xml feed suitable for any podcast app on any platform.  The URL of the feed is:  

https://pcr.apple.com/id1260388446

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