In this reflection for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us to go to Jesus, no matter what the crowd may be saying to us.
Holly, Adam, and Javier continue our discussion with Sister Mary Madeline Todd in the second of two episodes about St. Joseph as teacher and mentor.
Holly, Adam, and Javier talk with Sister Mary Madeline Todd in the first of two episodes about St. Jospeh as teacher and mentor. On this episode we talk about why Saint Joseph is relevant today, his model of humility, what we can learn from his as an educator and mentor, what it means to obey, and independence vs dependency on the Father.
Adam and Holly talk with Peter Daub about St. Joseph as Worker. Join us as we continue our season focused on how St. Joseph can help us grow closer Jesus.
In this reflection for the Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold shows us that life with Christ is a wonderful adventure, even though it can sometimes be hard and challenging. We can rely on the Lord to give us the strength we need to keep choosing the narrow and hard way.
Adam, Holly, and Javier continue our discussion with Fr. Boniface Hicks which kicked off Season 2 of the podcast. We cover the year of St. Joseph and the struggles he faced.
In this reflection for the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher tell us that Jesus wants to redefine how we stay “busy” so that we can rest in His peace and be ready to work for his Kingdom. SHOW LINKS Readings for 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2021 Featuring Kristen Fisher Executive Director at...
Adam, Holly, and Javier welcome back Fr. Boniface Hicks to kick off our brand new season focused on St. Joseph and the Jubilee Year.