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  • The Augustine Institute Show - Intro to the Spiritual Life (Part 2)

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    Dr. Tim Gray continues his discussion with Dr. Brant Pitre on his new book Introduction to the Spiritual Life. Dr. Gray and Dr. Pitre discuss the pursuit of the virtues, the integration of the moral life and spiritual life, and t...

  • This Week on FORMED (January 17, 2022)

    Mentioned in this video:

    Monday (January 17) — Feast of St. Anthony
    - St. Anthony Egypt
    - The Chris Stefanick Show
    - The Chris Stefanick Show
    - FORMED Now: Martyrs and Monastics
    - Trappist
    - The Desert Fathers by Peter H. Gorg

    Tuesday (January 18)
    - The Augustine Institute Show with Dr. Ti...

  • St. Anthony of Egypt

    In this episode, Dr. Elizabeth Klein and Taylor discuss St. Anthony of Egypt, or "Anthony the Great," a hermit who lived from around 251 to 356 A.D. Anthony is widely regarded as the most famous of the Desert Fathers, a class of Christians who fled to the wilderness in order to give themselves wh...

  • 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 ...

  • Trappist

    Trappist monks trace their history through 1,700 years of Western civilization. In this documentary, the reality of monastic life, as lived at Mepkin Abbey, a Trappist monastery in South Carolina, combines with fascinating images of the past to explore how the humility, contemplation, and simple ...

  • The Desert Fathers by Peter H. Gorg

    In the late third century, more and more people withdrew to the radical seclusion of the desert so as to live entirely for God under the direction of a spiritual father. Among these "Desert Fathers" one figure is especially preeminent: Saint Anthony the Hermit.
    This book takes the reader back to...

  • A Bible Study on the Luminous Mysteries: The Wedding at Cana (Part 2 of 5)

    Have you ever wanted to grow in your understanding and devotion to the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary? Join Dr. Ben Akers and Dr. John Sehorn as they walk through these Biblical mysteries and seek to grow in understanding and love for Christ through them. This episode on the Wedding Feast at Ca...

  • The Word of God Sunday

    Taylor Kemp sits down with Dr. James Prothro to discuss the Word of God Sunday, instituted by Pope Francis to be the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Sunday between January 21-27). The Word of God Sunday is to be a particular day given over to reflection on the importance of Sacred Scripture and th...

  • Forgiven - Session 1: Where are You?

    Have you ever felt lost and alone, isolated in guilt? Like the Prodigal Son among the pigs, we know that we have sinned. But God won't leave us there—he searches for us and runs to welcome us home in the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

  • Confession by Fr. Larry Richards

    Based upon his proven and powerful parish mission presentation, Fr. Larry Richards's talk on Confession has become the #1 talk in North America for learning more about this Sacrament. He is riveting, honest, humorous, down-to-earth, and often touchingly gentle. Fr. Larry provides listeners with h...

  • The New Conversation: Changing Hearts & Minds on Abortion by Stephanie Gray

    Stephanie Gray is a passionate and uncompromising defender of the Catholic Faith, as well as an advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves. She frequently travels across Canada and the United States speaking on issues related to the humanity of the unborn, utilizing her unique ability to ...

  • The Feminine Genius (Part 3)

    Gina Warner and Annette Bergeon, Executive Director of Endow, sit down to discuss the feminine genius. In this series, these two long-term friends will explore St. John Paul II's Letter to Women and his Apostolic Letter Mulieris Dignitatem to draw out the spiritual riches of these texts.

    You can...

  • Maria Goretti: The Story of the Patroness of Modern Youth

    The story of Saint Maria Goretti is retold in this beautifully made film from Italy. It explains the plight of the poor laborers of the time, struggling to survive in a swampy area with rampant malaria and extreme poverty. Luigi and Assunta Goretti keep their faith despite the hardship, and they ...

  • María Goretti (Spanish)

    Esta historia de la Santa María Goretti fue bellamente filmada en Italia. Y nos narra la difícil situación de los trabajadores de esa época, que luchan por sobrevivir en una zona infectada con malaria y con una pobreza extrema.

    Luigi y Assunta Goretti a pesar de las dificultades, mantienen su ...

  • St. Joseph: Our Spiritual Father

    While the Gospel has not preserved any of his words, his actions have resounded through the ages. Joseph of Nazareth stands out as the model par excellence of Christian virtue, a brilliant example of obedience to God and trust in Divine Providence. His role as protector of families in the difficu...