This Week on FORMED

This Week on FORMED

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  • The Eucharist | What Catholics Believe

    Join Dr. Sean Innerst, professor of theology and catechetics at the Augustine Institute Graduate School of Theology, as he answers some of the internet's most popular questions about the Eucharist.

    Do Catholics believe the Eucharist is really Jesus or just a symbol? Why can't other denominations...

  • Joan of Arc

    Although she died at nineteen in 1431, her legend and legacy is stronger than ever five hundred years later. Leelee Sobieski shines as the legendary warrior and saint, Joan of Arc, who, at seventeen, led one of the greatest military campaigns for freedom the world has ever witnessed. Supported by...

  • Genesis: Part 1 of 2 | Torah: Book Collections | The Bible Project

    God makes a good world and installs humans as its rulers. Humanity rebels and ends up ruling the world in a destructive way, leading to violence, death, and the founding of the city of Babylon. God’s response is to set in motion a plan to rescue and bless the whole world through the family of Abr...

  • Genesis: Part 2 of 2 | Torah: Book Collections | The Bible Project

    God makes a promise that He will bless all nations through Abraham's family. But with aging husbands, impatient matriarchs, blessing-stealing children, and jealous siblings who keep mucking things up, how will God's promise prevail?

    The Bible Project is a nonprofit group dedicated to spreading t...

  • Bernadette

    From Jean Delannoy, one of France’s foremost filmmakers, comes this top quality feature film production of the story of St. Bernadette and the apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes. Actress Sydney Penny gives a beautiful performance as Bernadette, and the rest of the cast is equally superb. Also sta...

  • St. Bernadette of Lourdes

    Bernadette may have been a poor, uneducated, sickly French girl, but her visions of the Blessed Virgin at Lourdes, and her subsequent courage to follow out the requests of Our Lady, demonstrate to all of us, young or old, rich or poor, that our Lady "doesn't promise us happiness in this world, bu...

  • St. Bernadette of Lourdes

    The first “Children’s Cinema” release from Navis Pictures, “St. Bernadette of Lourdes” is a beautiful and faithful retelling of the familiar story of one of the world’s most beloved saints. Humorous, moving, and reverent, this unique, award-winning, independent film has been seen by millions wor...

  • Lourdes: Story of Faith, Science, & Miracles

    "Bernard Guillaumet, a non-Christian French journalist, is assigned the job of doing a story on Lourdes in the late 1990s. Just before he leaves for Lourdes, Bernard learns that his wife is pregnant. However, he is not told that this pregnancy could put her life at risk--and that doctors are sugg...

  • A Holy Life: The Writings of St. Bernadette by Patricia A. Mceachern Ph.D.

    While the story of the apparitions of Our Lady to Bernadette Soubirous at Lourdes in 1858 are well known, relatively few people are familiar with the saint's own spiritual insights and profound holiness. For the first time in English, this book presents a wide selection of St. Bernadette's though...

  • Presence: The Mystery of the Eucharist

    1 season

    Although the Eucharist appears to be simple bread and wine, it is actually the "source and summit" of the Christian life. Presence: The Mystery of the Eucharist explores the truth and beauty of Christ's real presence in the Eucharist, from its origins in Sacred Scripture, to its profound role in...

  • Lectio: Philippians with Dr. Tim Gray

    1 season

    Lectio: Philippians: Life in Christ
    Toward the end of his life, under arrest and awaiting trial in Rome, Saint Paul writes a short but powerful letter to the Philippians. Paul's affection for the Christian community at Philippi is apparent from his opening words. The Philippians were not only Pau...

  • Via Lucis: The Stations of the Resurrection

    2 seasons

    Via Lucis, or the Stations of Light, is a devotional practice for reflecting on the joy and hope of the Resurrection during the Easter season. While the Stations of the Cross commemorate Jesus' journey to his crucifixion and death, the Stations of Light focus on the events that followed the Resur...