FORMED Now: Saints

FORMED Now: Saints

In the FORMED Now Saints collection, you can find interviews on dozens of the lives of the saints. Learn about Sts. Monica, Augustine, Stephen, Philip Neri, Catherine of Siena, and more!

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FORMED Now: Saints
  • FORMED Now! The Warrior Maiden: St. Joan of Arc

    Dr. Tim Gray and author Paul McCusker discuss Paul's latest book "The Warrior Maiden: St. Joan of Arc" and the importance of books in forming the hearts and minds of kids. "The Warrior Maiden: St. Joan of Arc" is the story of 12 year-olds Andrew Perry and Eve Virtue as they travel alongside the y...

  • FORMED Now! Who is Saint Jude?

    Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. James Prothro discuss this lesser-known apostle.

  • Who is Saint Ambrose?

    Dr. Ben Akers sits down with Dr. Elizabeth Klein to discuss an important Church father and doctor of the Church, Saint Ambrose of Milan. Saint Ambrose is best known for his spiritual guidance of Saint Augustine and the pivotal role he played in his conversion.

  • FORMED Now! What can St. John of the Cross teach us?

    Dr. Ben Akers sits down with Dr. Scott Hefelfinger to discuss Doctor of the Church, St. John of the Cross. This discussion touches on St. John of the Cross's life, his teaching on prayer, and his example of holiness.

  • FORMED Now! The Holy Family

    We are excited to announce our series of FORMED Now! Christmas and New Year special episodes. In these episodes, professors from the Augustine Institute Graduate School will lead us in reflections throughout the season from December 22nd through January 11th.

    FORMED Now! will return to its re...

  • FORMED Now! St. Thomas Becket

    We are excited to announce our series of FORMED Now! Christmas and New Year special episodes. In these episodes, professors from the Augustine Institute Graduate School will lead us in reflections throughout the season from December 22nd through January 11th.

    FORMED Now! will return to its re...

  • FORMED Now: Martyrs and Monastics

    Dr. Ben Akers sits down with Dr. Elizabeth Klein, Professor of Theology at the Augustine Institute Graduate School, to discuss her brand-new Short Course: Martyrs and Monastics. Who are the early Church martyrs? What fueled their witness to the faith? How did monasticism develop? These questions ...

  • Guard What Has Been Entrusted To You - A Sermon for the Feast of St. Joseph

    Guard What Has Been Entrusted To You
    A Sermon for the Feast of St. Joseph
    by Bishop Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe and Saint Juan Diego

    Dr. Ben Akers sits down with Dr. James Prothro to discuss Mary's apparition to Saint Juan Diego on Tepeyac hill under the title of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This important apparition played a historical role in the conversion of the Mexico to the Christian faith and the miraculous tilma worn by the ...

  • FORMED Now! The Holy Innocents

    We are excited to announce our series of FORMED Now! Christmas and New Year special episodes. In these episodes, professors from the Augustine Institute Graduate School will lead us in reflections throughout the season from December 22nd through January 11th.

    FORMED Now! will return to its re...

  • The Year of St. Joseph

    We are excited to announce our series of FORMED Now! Christmas and New Year special episodes. In these episodes, professors from the Augustine Institute Graduate School will lead us in reflections throughout the season from December 22nd through January 11th.

    FORMED Now! will return to its re...

  • Litany of Saint Joseph

    Join Dr. Christopher O. Blum as he prays the Litany of Saint Joseph.

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    Litany of St. Joseph

    Lord, have mercy on us. Christ, have mercy on us.
    Lord, have mercy on us. Christ, hear us. Christ, graciously hear us.
    God the Father of Heaven, have...

  • FORMED Now! Letters of Saint Paul

    On the feast day of Saints Peter and Paul, join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Michael Barber as they discuss Saint Paul's view of salvation.

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