• FORMED Daily: Is the Rosary biblical?
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    FORMED Daily: Is the Rosary biblical?

    FORMED Daily Reflections - 2019

    Many protestants think that there is biblical evidence that we shouldn’t pray repetitive prayers like the Rosary. Is this true? Karlo Broussard from Catholic Answers explores what the Scriptures say about this.

    View the whole Catholic Answers series, Ready Reas...

  • Is God Really Real? with Chris Stefanick

    YDisciple - Who Is God?

    There are nagging questions we've all asked: Does God exist? If he does, then why does he allow humans to suffer? What does faith have to do with anything? The questions have answers. And this study will uncover them. Presented by Chris Stefanick.

  • Chapter 11: Start with Why
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    Revive Parishes - Parish Re...

    Chapter 11: Start with Why

    Revive Parishes - Parish Renewal with Tim Glemkowski

    If we are going to cast a vision for our parish, we have to start with the “why”. Tim notes that the initial battle your parish will have to fight will be to communicate and drive home answers to questions like “What is the purpose of the Church?”, “Why does our parish exist?”, and “Why am I Cath...

  • FORMED Daily: Is baptism necessary for Salvation?
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    FORMED Daily: Is baptism necessary for Salvation?

    FORMED Daily Reflections - January 2020

    “Christ did not send me to baptize, but to preach the Gospel.” -Corinthians 1:17
    As Catholics who believe in the Sacrament of Baptism, how should we understand what Paul is saying in this passage? Karlo Broussard from Catholic Answers has a good explanation of the context in this passage.

  • Peter: Keeper of the Keys
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    Peter: Keeper of the Keys

    Footprints of God with Stephen Ray - Story of Salvation from Abraham to Augustine

    He is called the Rock, the Fisher of Men, and Head of the Church. But how did Peter, a rustic fisherman, come to deserve such honor and authority? Join Stephen Ray as he follows Peter from Galilee to Jerusalem to Rome. Along the trail you'll discover answers about the infallibility of the Pope, p...

  • FORMED Daily: The Divinity of Jesus Christ
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    FORMED Daily: The Divinity of Jesus Christ

    FORMED Daily Reflections - 2019

    Jesus often referred to the Old Testament when speaking. His primary audience, ancient Jews, understood the context of the references he made and the controversy of his teachings. What were these references and why were they so important?

    Watch the full episode from the series Ready Reasons b...

  • Man and Woman in the Beginning
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    ECHO with Bishop Donald Hyi...

    Man and Woman in the Beginning

    ECHO with Bishop Donald Hying - The Creed

    One of the most pressing questions of our time surrounds the meaning of life and the nature of the human person. Where did I come from? Why am I here? What is human happiness? What does it mean to love? The good news is that Jesus Christ and the Catholic faith provide the definitive answers to al...

  • Symbolon Session 9: Mary & the Saints: Our Mother & the Communion of Saints
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    Symbolon Session 9: Mary & the Saints: Our Mother & the Communion of Saints

    Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained - Symbolon Part 1: Knowing the Faith

    What do we think of Mary, the Mother of Jesus, and how does our relationship with her impact our relationship with her Son? What is the connection between our understanding of Mary and the rest of the saints? Why do we ask Mary and other "dead people" to pray for us? The answers to these question...

  • RLC - The Search

    7 videos

    What is this journey in between the event we call “birth” and the one we call “death”? Is the journey taking you somewhere, or are you leading yourself to some kind of destination – a destination that could extend beyond your last breath? What do you want from your life during the in between? The...

  • The Search
    2 seasons

    The Search

    2 seasons

    What is this journey in between the event we call “birth” and the one we call “death”? Is the journey taking you somewhere, or are you leading yourself to some kind of destination – a destination that could extend beyond your last breath? What do you want from your life during the in between? The...

  • Questions for God

    1 season

    Questions for God comprises of 10 short videos based on the children’s books. The first of 10 Children's book, which is USCCB approved, with Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur, is also below for download as pdf or epub.

    From the author, Peggy Olds: “Our children come from God and it is our responsibili...

  • Catholics and Protestants: What Can We Learn from Each Other? by Peter Kreeft

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    The widely read author and philosopher Peter Kreeft presents a unique book about the important beliefs that Catholics and Protestants share in common. Inspired by Christ's prayer for unity in the Gospel of John and Saint John Paul II's encyclical Ut Unum Sint, Kreeft demonstrates that Christian r...

  • Jacques Maritain

    Jacques Maritain

    This film tells the story of Jacques Maritain, a highly respected French philosopher, teacher and writer in the 20th century, who was a principal exponent of Thomism and an influential interpreter of the thought of St Thomas Aquinas. He lived for many years in the United States, and taught at Pri...

  • Jacques Maritain

    1 video

    This film tells the story of Jacques Maritain, a highly respected French philosopher, teacher and writer in the 20th century, who was a principal exponent of Thomism and an influential interpreter of the thought of St Thomas Aquinas. He lived for many years in the United States, and taught at Pri...

  • The Quest for Shakespeare by Joseph Pearce
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    The Quest for Shakespeare b...

    The Quest for Shakespeare by Joseph Pearce

    The Quest for Shakespeare by Joseph Pearce

    Highly regarded and best-selling literary writer and teacher, Joseph Pearce presents a stimulating and vivid biography of the world’s most revered writer that is sure to be controversial. Unabashedly provocative, with scholarship, insight and keen observation, Pearce strives to separate historica...

  • The Quest for Shakespeare by Joseph Pearce

    1 video

    Highly regarded and best-selling literary writer and teacher, Joseph Pearce presents a stimulating and vivid biography of the world’s most revered writer that is sure to be controversial. Unabashedly provocative, with scholarship, insight and keen observation, Pearce strives to separate historica...

  • Why Can't the Universe Be a Brute Fact?
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    Catholic Answers: Ready Rea...

    Why Can't the Universe Be a Brute Fact?

    Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons - Episodes

    Some atheists try to avoid the conclusion that God exists by saying the universe needs no explanation—that it's simply a brute fact. In this episode of Ready Reasons, Karlo shows how this view is self-defeating and thus unreasonable.

  • Are the Saints Aware of Our Prayers?
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    Are the Saints Aware of Our Prayers?

    Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons - Episodes

    Seventh-day Adventists claim that the Bible proves that souls in the afterlife aren't cognitively aware of our lives on Earth, much less our prayer, and, if this is true, then invoking the saints to pray for us is futile. In this episode of Ready Reasons, Karlo shows why this objection doesn't de...

  • How Do We Know the Tomb Was Empty?
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    How Do We Know the Tomb Was Empty?

    Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons - Episodes

    Critics of Christianity often try to explain away the early Christian claim that Jesus rose from the dead by saying they either hallucinated or had visions of the dead Jesus. In this video, Karlo explains why the historicity of the empty tomb deals a lethal blow to these objections.

  • Is Jesus 's Resurrection a Borrowed Idea from Judaism?
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    Is Jesus 's Resurrection a Borrowed Idea from Judaism?

    Catholic Answers: Ready Reasons - Episodes

    Christianity is often charged with being a copycat religion, especially when it comes to Jesus' resurrection. One such charge is that Jesus' resurrection is nothing but an idea borrowed from Judaism, since most first-century Jews believed that there would be a general resurrection at the end of t...