This Week on FORMED — (June 20, 2022)

This Week on FORMED — (June 20, 2022)

Mentioned in this video:

Monday (June 20) — Feast of Corpus Christi (Day Prior)
- The Chris Stefanick Show
- Sacred Art: Corpus Christi
- The Feast of Corpus Christi
- Presence
- Lectio: Eucharist
- Source and Summit Bible Conference
- The Body and Blood of Christ by Dr. Scott Hahn

Tuesday (June 21)
- Brother Francis | Born into the Kingdom: The Miracle of Baptism
- Lectio: Evangelization: Episode 3: Proclaiming the Kerygma

Wednesday (June 22) — Sts. John Fischer and Thomas More
- Faith of Our Fathers
- Saint Thomas More: The Age of the Author

Thursday (June 23)
- By An Unexpected Way (Part 1)

Friday (June 24) — Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
- Sacred Art: The Sacred Heart and the Immaculate Heart

Saturday (June 25) — Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
- Lectio: Mary: Episode 7: The New Rachel
- Our Mother Mary

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This Week on FORMED — (June 20, 2022)
  • This Week on FORMED (June 20, 2022)

    Mentioned in this video:

    Monday (June 20) — Feast of Corpus Christi (Day Prior)
    - The Chris Stefanick Show
    - Sacred Art: Corpus Christi
    - The Feast of Corpus Christi
    - Presence
    - Lectio: Eucharist
    - Source and Summit Bible Conference
    - The Body and Blood of Christ by Dr. Scott Hahn

    Tuesday ...

  • Sacred Art: Corpus Christi

    Dr. Ben Akers and Taylor Kemp sit down with different pieces of Sacred Art to discuss their theological meanings and how they can speak to us today.

    View all episodes of Sacred Art.

    Help us share the truth and beauty of the Gospel and reach Catholics worldwide. Become an Augustine Institute Mis...

  • The Feast of Corpus Christi

    Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Ben Akers for a conversation on the centrality of the Eucharist in our lives and the great Feast of Corpus Christi.

  • Presence - Episode 1: God Is with Us

    When is the last time you sat down to enjoy a meal with your family or close friends—not just to eat food in close proximity to each other, but to bask in each other's presence and grow in love for one another? For most of us, this doesn't happen at a typical meal. But this is the kind of meal Go...

  • Presence - Episode 2: The Story of the Eucharist

    God is the Master Storyteller. He authors His great love story not only with words, but with deeds. All of God's mighty deeds throughout history make up one beautiful narrative of salvation, which culminates in the Paschal Mystery. Jesus's teachings and actions throughout his ministry prepare for...

  • Presence - Episode 3: Bread for the Journey

    Food is one of our most basic needs. We can't live for long without it, and when we are in need of it, our bodies let us know with a hunger that can be nearly impossible to ignore. As indispensable as material food is to our physical life, the Eucharist is even more vital to our spiritual life. G...

  • Lectio: Eucharist: Episode 1: Source and Summit

    Why does the Church call the Eucharist the "source and summit of the Christian life?" Dr. Brant Pitre introduces us to the Sacrament of the Eucharist and explores its various names—and how those names give insight into its meaning.

    Click to view the entire series of Lectio:Eucharist

  • The Bread of Life: Jesus and John 6 by Dr. Brant Pitre

  • On the Way to Emmaus with Hearts on Fire and Eyes Enlightened by Dr. Tim Gray

  • Love Broken and Poured Out: Living a Eucharistic Life by Dr. Mary Healy

  • Panel Discussion: Questions & Answers with Dr. Gray, Dr. Pitre, and Dr. Healy

  • The Body and Blood of Christ by Dr. Scott Hahn

    In this informative Lighthouse Talk, Dr. Scott Hahn, a former Presbyterian minister, provides the Biblical basis for the Church's teaching on the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist and the significance of the Feast of Corpus Christi. It also gives us a greater understanding of our vocation ...

  • Born into the Kingdom: The Miracle of Baptism

    In this happy presentation, Brother Francis invites us to share in the realities of the Sacrament of Baptism and the union it provides us with God's big family! Filled with instruction and inspiration, "Born into the Kingdom" is a great reminder of God's wonderful grace!

  • Episode 3: Proclaiming the Kerygma

    This session looks at the Pentecost preaching of St. Peter, focusing on the kerygma and the call to evangelization. Just what did St. Peter preach that brought 3,000 to Baptism on Pentecost?

    Click to view the entire series of Lectio: Evangelization

  • Faith of Our Fathers: In Search of the English Martyrs

    During the English Reformation, hundreds of brave men and women suffered brutal persecution while clinging to the Catholic faith that had been the life of their nation for over a thousand years. Heavy fines, exclusion, and prison sentences were the norm. Some, particularly priests and those who a...

  • Saint Thomas More: The Age of the Author

    The Renaissance was an age of discovery and innovation during which many lost their way amidst bold new visions of secular happiness. Thomas More was one of the greatest humanists of his age but also a man devoted to the spiritual life. His lifetime of learning, charity, and service to the public...

  • Sacred Art: The Sacred Heart and the Immaculate Heart

    Dr. Ben Akers and Taylor Kemp sit down with different pieces of Sacred Art to discuss their theological meanings and how they can speak to us today.

    View all episodes of Sacred Art.

    Help us share the truth and beauty of the Gospel and reach Catholics worldwide. Become an Augustine Institute Mis...

  • Lectio: Mary: Episode 7: The New Rachel

    The Old Testament story of Joseph prefigures the life of Jesus and his salvific role in the New Testament. Likewise, the life of Benjamin, Joseph’s younger brother, has parallels with the life of John the beloved disciple. Rachel, the mother of Joseph and Benjamin, prefigures Mary, the mother of ...

  • Our Mother Mary

    Dr. Ben Akers sits down with Dr. Mark Miravalle, Saint John Paul II Chair of Mariology at Franciscan University of Steubenville, to discuss Mary, the Mother of God. What is Mariology? How does Mary serve as model for all the faithful? How can we relate to Mary today? What does it mean to say that...