- BG11 Mark Hart the Bible Geek “Answers from the Word” – The Gospel of John
- 13 hours ago Kris McGregorMark answers - The Gospel of John..it's time, context, importance and relevance for today. Who was John? Who were the people he was addressing? What makes it unique?Read More
- SP#8 The School of Prayer: Foundations for the New Evangelization
- 18 hours ago Kris McGregorFr. Scott Traynor talks about the relationship between our personal prayer and the sacramental life of prayer of the Church. There is so much to encounter when we open up our hearts and minds to the experience of prayer found in the public worship o…Read More
- FG#15 The Way of Trust and Love episode 4 – Fountains of Grace with Donna Garrett
- 18 hours ago Kris McGregor"Whatever our personal limitations and situations, we can all love right where we are: in the kitchen, the bathroom, the office— it makes no difference. What the Church needs most is genuine love. We attach too much importance to externals, actions,…Read More
- St. Catherine of Siena Novena Day 4
- 19 hours ago Kris McGregorDay 4 To Nanna, daughter of Benincasa, a little maid, her niece, in Florence: Now, then, we must have light--otherwise it would not be enough. This light has to be the light of most holy faith. But the saints say that faith without works is de…Read More
- Day 7 - Divine Mercy Novena
- 24 hours ago Kris McGregor“Today bring to Me the Souls who especially venerate and glorify My Mercy*, and immerse them in My mercy. These souls sorrowed most over my Passion and entered most deeply into My spirit. They are living images of My Compassionate Heart. These souls…Read More
- The 7th Commandment: Do Not Steal - Act Justly -The United States Catholic Catechism for Adults w/ Archbishop George Lucas - Chap. 31
- 2 days ago Kris McGregorArchbishop Lucas offers insights on the US Catholic Catechism for Adults Chapter 30: The Seventh Commandment forbids stealing or theft, which involves taking someone’s money or property “against the reasonable will of the owner.” Theft includes no…Read More
- PS-2 Personal Plan for Holiness – The Art of Prayer
- 2 days ago Kris McGregorDont' have to time pray? Think twice....Join Teresa Monaghen, of Pro Sanctity, as she offers a "Personal Plan for Holiness". Listen along with these short, but beautiful meditations which encourage us to continue on our journey as "saints in the ma…Read More
- St. Catherine of Siena Novena Day 3
- 2 days ago Kris McGregorThe Eternal Father speaks to Catherine: Dearest daughter, contemplate the marvelous state of the soul who receives this bread of life, this food of angels, as she ought. When she receives this sacrament she lives in me and I in her. Just as the fi…Read More
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