This is a fantastic resource. Dr. Scott Hahn, Dr. Brant Pitre and Dr. John Bergsma are the presenters in the 3 audio studies offered for free (The Splendor of the Church, The Gospel According to St. Paul and John-The Sacramental Gospel).
Free Audio from Dr. Peter Kreeft
Peter Kreeft, Ph.D., is a professor of philosophy at Boston College and at the King's College (Empire State Building), in New York City.
Marcus Grodi, host of the Journey Home on EWTN, has a weekly radio scripture study featuring various guests. The show airs live on Wednesdays @ 2:00 PM Eastern with encores - Wednesdays @ 9:00 PM and Sundays @ 7:00 AM. The show has been around since 2006, and every epsiode is available for download! You can subscribe to the podcast here DEEP IN SCRIPTURE PODCAST, or you can access it through Itunes media store by typing Deep in Scripture into the search box. You can also access each epsiode directly from the archive here DIS Archive 2010 (note the "Archive" tab on the right of the screen to locate older episodes).
If you are a fan of free audio and video this is a fantastic resource. There is a lot to sort through, so utilize the topical links on the right side to narrow down your search. Feel free to post a comment to this post if you would like some recommendations on what to listen to.
From the website:
Click here to visit Sonitus Sanctus
This is a great resource with a long list of FREE audio downloads!
From the Institute of Catholic Culture website:
"The Institute of Catholic Culture is a 501(c)3 non-profit Catholic educational organization dedicated to the re-evangelization of our society through educational and cultural programs offered to the public at NO CHARGE.
Through this important arm of our apostolate, Catholics and non-Catholics alike throughout the United States and throughout the world are able to learn the truth about Jesus Christ and his Church. In an age when the basic teachings of the Catholic Faith have been neglected and the faithful are in great need of intellectual faith formation, the Institute of Catholic Culture stands as a sign of hope. Taking our Lord's final command to the Apostles to "make disciples of all nations," as our own, the Institute of Catholic Culture was founded in answer to the Church's call for a "New Evangelization." To this end, the Institute hosts educational seminars specifically designed to build bridges of understanding, teaching authentic Catholic history, philosophy, and theology as a way of healing the wounds in the Body of Christ, and reaching out to those who seek knowledge of the Truth. Welcoming some of the most influential teachers of our time, the Institute offers participants an organic formation in the Catholic Faith while providing a social setting where the Faith is not only learned, but lived. All are welcome to join the Institute of Catholic Culture and seek the Truth revealed in our Lord and God, Jesus Christ."