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  • Easter Reflections

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    Join Dr. Tim Gray for daily reflections throughout the Easter season.

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    Purchase full-color guides - at 60% off: Although the Eucharist appears to be simple bread and wine, it is actually the "source and summit" of the Christian life. The Mystery of the Eucharist explores the truth and beauty of Christ's real presence in the Eucharist, from i...

  • A Bible Study on the Annunciation

    Dr. Ben Akers, associate professor of theology at the Augustine Institute Graduate School, leads us through a brief reflection on the scene of the Annunciation in Luke 1:26-38. He engages the scripture verses line by line highlighting some of the key Old Testament passages evoked by the angel Gab...

  • FORMED Live: Halfway through Lent with Tim Gray

    March 26th: Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Ben Akers on FORMED Live as they discussed the Lenten season. Lent is the longest liturgical season and we are halfway through! Where are you on your Lenten journey? Let us not waste this opportunity to draw closer to our Lord.

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  • The Our Father: A Short Course with Dr. Ben Akers

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    When asked what they should say in prayer the Lord gives his disciples the “Our Father.” This prayer is considered a gift from the Lord and one that we should especially turn to in times of crisis. This series will go line by line through the prayer highlighting what it meant to Jesus’ first cent...

  • Divine Mercy Chaplet | Franciscan Friars of the Renewal


    "Have mercy on us and on the whole world." Join the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal in praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet and asking God to shower his mercy upon us. While originally planned to be released closer to Divine Mercy Sunday, we have moved up our release date t...

  • Divine Mercy with Fr. Michael Gaitley

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    Purchase full-color guides - at 60% off: Renowned speaker and author Fr. Michael Gaitley tells the dramatic history of God's love and mercy as interwoven through the transformative message of St. Faustina, the miraculous appearance of Mary at Fatima, the witness of Maximil...

  • A Quick Thought on Lent


    When I was a kid, my family used to drive down to Florida every year for winter break. About a month before each trip, my dad would stay up late every night after work to fix up the old station wagon… and I had to hold the light. It was in these few weeks, with my dad, holding the light, before...

  • Why Is Sin Bad?


    If your child was doing something that you knew was harmful to them, even possibly fatal, would it bother you? It would be any parent’s greatest heartache. Before we ask what sin is, and without even talking about heaven and hell, we need to ask, why is sin bad for me and my life right now. Or...

  • The Grumpy Farmer and the Cheerful Farmer


    Which one are you?

    “One secret to a sweet and happy Christian life, is learning to live by the day… Any one can carry his burden, however heavy, till nightfall. Any one can do her work, however hard, for one day. Anyone can live sweetly, patiently, lovingly, purely, until the sun goes down....

  • Why Doesn't God Just Show Himself?


    If there is a God, and God can do anything, then why doesn't He just show Himself? Wouldn’t that make it a whole lot easier to believe? Then wouldn’t everyone believe? We all might flirt with this question at some point in our lives, maybe in a moment of doubt or discouragement. Yes, God co...

  • What's the Best Thing We Could Want?


    If I were a house, what kind of house would I be… Do I want to be, better? How do I look at self improvement, and how does God? Where do I set the bar, and where does He? How much do I really want to change about myself, and how much does God really want to change in me? Inspired by C.S. Le...

  • What Is Love?


    What is my love? What is His love? And what’s the difference. This simple, touching short exposes the many implications of Jesus’ number one commandment.

  • Finding Purpose


    All of us at some point will suffer from the want of meaning or purpose in our lives. Without it, we drift away from ourselves and everyone else, living in a state of anxiety. How do we break out of this anxiety of life? Two steps. Inspired by Bl. Fulton Sheen (The Philosophy of Life).

  • Lenten Reflections

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    Christ’s love for you is bursting forth. Embrace him and let his mercy pierce your heart during this Lenten season. Join us for a 40-day journey of welcoming his tender love, beginning with these s...

  • In the Mind of the Artist


    Who am I… in the mind of God. Where do I come from? What is the foundation of my identity, and that of everyone else’s around me? In the Mind of the Artist is a unique look at who we are now, and, long before the universe even existed, and consequently, the incomprehensible dignity that comes ...

  • Stations of the Cross by Saint Alphonsus Liguori


    The Augustine Institute presents a beautiful meditation on the Stations of the Cross by Saint Alphonsus Liguori, narrated by Dr. Christopher Blum. This prayerful reflection is accompanied by the Schola Cantorum of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Littleton, CO, chanting the traditional Catholic h...

  • Forgiven - For Children: How to Make a Great Confession

    It can feel scary to go to Confession, but really, we go to the Sacrament of Confession because God loves us so much that he wants us to remove all the sins that keep us from Him. When we go to Confession, we say "I love you, Jesus, will you forgive me of my sins?" In this session, kids will lear...

  • The Traditional Catholic Rosary


    "This Presentation is not rated, but was made with a general audience in mind. Sacred art images of the Passion may be considered too intense for the very young.

    The Traditional Catholic Rosary features the recitation of the Joyful, Sorrowful, and Glorious Mysteries of the traditional fifteen-...

  • The Little Oratory by David Clayton & Leila Lawler

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    Keeping a faithful prayer life with your family isn't easy. From herding distracted children to managing the seemingly endless litany of prayers and devotions, our spiritual life all too often feels frantic and burdensome.

    This isn't the way it should be. Our prayer life, our family life, and ...

  • The Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary


    The Seven Sorrows of Mary (aka the Servite Rosary) is a traditional Catholic devotion featuring meditations on sorrowful episodes in the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The prayers and meditations are accompanied by images of sacred art from many of the great masters as well as a lush, yet subtl...

  • Live Mass - Fourth Sunday of Lent with Fr. Brian Larkin

    Fourth Sunday of Lent: Live from Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Parish in Denver, CO


    First Reading: 1 Samuel 16:1, 6-7, 10-13
    Responsorial Psalm, Psalms 23:1-3, 3-4, 5, 6
    Second Reading: Ephesians 5:8-14
    Gospel: John 9:1-41

  • Praying the Rosary Like Never Before by Dr. Edward Sri


    Dr. Edward Sri is a nationally sought Catholic speaker who appears regularly on EWTN and is a founding leader of FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students). In this discussion of his book, The New Rosary in Scripture: Biblical Insights on Praying the Twenty Mysteries (Servant Books), Dr. ...

  • The Miracle of Life Rosary for Children by Kitty Cleveland & Cecilia Rogers


    A Rosary for kids by kids featuring Kitty Cleveland and Cecilia Rogers! Kids will love hearing upbeat, life-affirming music and meditations written on their level, with all of the prayers led by kids (including Kitty's daughter, Cecilia, age 7). These songs will uplift and inspire your heart. App...