Sinner’s Guide (5 CD’s)


This product contains the first 5 CD’s from the course. (At present, these are the only classes available):

[1] Introduction and the Life of Ven. Luis de Granada
[2] 1st Motive to Virtue: God in Himself
[3] 2nd Motive to Virtue: Gratitude for Creation
[4] 3rd Motive to Virtue: Gratitude for Preservation
[5] 4th Motive to Virtue: Gratitude for Redemption

NOTE: If you would like to request a custom selection of audio CD’s from this course, please go to the
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The Sinner's Guide
A course covering this spiritual masterpiece by Ven, Luis de Granada, OP (+1588) given by David V. Rodríguez. M.Th. - Five CD Audio Set

Summary: Ven. Luis’ goal in writing his book is to encourage one to grow in virtue and reject vice. He shows how this is the only path which can lead to peace, fulfillment and happiness – both in this life, and more importantly, in the next. Our course is designed to help lead one to a deeper understanding of this spiritual masterpiece. The discussion ranges from basic points of catechism (often forgotten or mitigated today) to sublime points for meditation. If these talks can encourage one to meditatively read, and re-read, this great work, then they will have served their purpose.

Ven. Luis convincingly shows how a proper and obligatory disposition of gratitude towards God will lead man to grow in virtue. If instead we remain in our vice, then we are guilty of the most terrible ingratitude. The inestimable gifts of Creation, Preservation, Providence, Redemption, Justification and Election are each in themselves a sufficient motive to lead man along the path of holiness.

This text is truly one of those rare books that every person ought to read. St. Teresa of Avila claimed it converted more than one million souls in her own lifetime!

Note: At present, this audio course only covers the first five chapters of the text.