Zenit.org is one electronic news service, which bills itself as "The World Seen From Rome," and conveys both summaries and complete texts of the Wednesday audiences.
On 30 May 2007 Benedict turned his listeners toward Quintus Florens Tertullian. Tertullian lived from 160-220
...from the end of the second and beginning of the third century [Tertullian] inaugurated Christian literature in the Latin language. He started the use of theology in Latin. His work brought decisive benefits which it would be unforgivable to underestimate. His influence covered different areas: linguistically, from the use of language and the recovery of classical culture, to singling out a common "Christian soul" in the world and in the formulation of new proposals of human coexistence.These "great personalities" of ancient times have much to offer contemporary Christians. After reading Benedict's complete, concise catechesis of Tertullian, on may want to visit Zenit.org and use its calendar-link search mechanism to be part of all the pope's Wedneday General Audiences.
Wiki-image of Tertullian is in the public domain.