This Week on FORMED

This Week on FORMED

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  • Sts. Benedict and Scholastica | Littlest Saints

    A pair of holy twins, a cave, and a group of naughty monks… this is the story of Saint Benedict and Saint Scholastica.

    Visit their website here: www.littlestsaints.com

  • Bread of Life: The Eucharist in Galilee

    1 season

    Christ's teaching about the Eucharist was not reserved solely for the Last Supper. Rather, this profound mystery is the crescendo of Jesus' entire ministry: all his work in Galilee prepared for and pointed to the Eucharist. Join Dr. Tim Gray in Bread of Life: The Eucharist in Galilee for an excit...

  • Forgiven: The Transforming Power of Confession

    1 season

    Forgiven: The Transforming Power of Confession, explores the grace and healing offered in Confession and shows how this sacrament of mercy reveals the depth and bounty of God's love. By looking at God's revelation of his mercy in Scripture and making a step-by-step examination of the Rite itself,...

  • St. Scholastica | Holy Women You Never Heard Of | Episode 3

    Dive into the lives of Holy Women You’ve Never Heard Of with Dr. Elizabeth Klein and Dr. Jessica Murdoch. St. Scholastica is the sister of St. Benedict. Holy siblings and holy families change the world!

  • The Story of Saint Perpetua

    A young woman willingly takes a stand of faith and challenges the Roman Empire.

    Born to a noble Roman family, Perpetua converts to Christianity when she is irresistibly drawn to the example of unselfish love and service that she witnesses in the local believers.

    Along with slaves Felicity and...

  • Saint Benedict

    Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Ben Akers discuss the Rule of St. Benedict as it applies to daily life.

  • What is liturgy?

    We interact with people using actions and words. And one very important way we interact with God is through the liturgy of the Church. In the Mass we participate in the “work of God” as the “people of God.” Through, with, and in Jesus, we offer our lives to God the Father in the Liturgy. This ra...

  • What Does "Sacrifice" Really Mean?

    Sacrifice is a thread present in many religions. Sacrifice is even present in Christianity. But what makes Christianity different is that instead of man sacrificing for God, God sacrifices himself for mankind. Jesus has given the ultimate sacrifice through his death and resurrection. And this sac...

  • What is the Mass?

    The Search Continues
    Why should I want to go to Mass with my whole heart? What actually happens? Fr. John Riley and Chris Stefanick discuss the roots of Mass and its profound implications for us today.