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Glory to the New Born King Christmas Carols

September 25, 2009 | Author: | Posted in Advent - Christmas, Catholic Music, G, Lindsey Todd

Lindsey Todd debuted her singing skills at the age of 3 when she sang “Hark the Herald”, over the phone to her grandparents. She has been singing ever since. Now a sophomore in high school, Lindsey has one of those special voices that combines a beautiful timbre, a natural vibrato, and a radiant purity. Her first album of Christmas music, “Glory to the New Born King” contains a collection of traditional Christmas carols, performed the way they were meant to be, with beauty and reverence.

The Spiritual Journey of an All-Pro NFL Football Player

Danny Abramowicz is a former National Football League leading receiver and coach, and a member of four different sports Halls of Fame. In 2008, he was selected by Sports Faith International to be inducted into the first annual Sports Faith Hall of Fame for his exemplary performance in the world of sports, and for using his notoriety to evangelize for Christ and the Catholic Faith. Here is his keynote talk in which he shares how he learned to put God first in his life.

True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis de Montfort

September 25, 2009 | Author: | Posted in Fr. Lance W. Harlow, Prayer - Devotions, T, The Virgin Mary

The intercession of our Blessed Mother is especially important for our troubled times. St. Louis de Montfort’s classic work on Marian consecration, True Devotion to Mary, provides a well-trodden path to the profound graces that the Lord offers through Mary’s prayers for those who trust in her intercession. In this presentation, Fr. Lance Harlow offers clear and insightful commentary drawn from the Saint’s text to help explain this consecration to Jesus through Mary and the spiritual effects one can expect.

Charity in Truth

Charity in Truth is Benedict’s encyclical on “social justice”. Rather than starting with “justice” and “rights” or with the various social issues, the Pope first lays a solid foundation for understanding by exploring the crucial ideas of “charity” and “truth”. “Charity is at the heart of the Church’s social doctrine”, he writes. “Without truth, without trust and love for what is true, there is no social conscience and responsibility, and social action ends up serving private interests and the logic of power.”

Discipline That Lasts a Lifetime

September 25, 2009 | Author: | Posted in D, Dr. Ray Guarendi, Family - Parenting

Dr. Ray is a psychologist, radio talk show host, husband, and a father to 10 adopted children. He explains that what is needed to raise well-adjusted children who are prepared to succeed in life in today’s challenging environment is uncommonly good parenting. He draws from his wealth of knowledge and experience to discuss, with wisdom and humor, practical ways to succeed in this God-given calling.

Catholic Teaching on Marriage and Annulments

September 25, 2009 | Author: | Posted in Bishop Joseph Perry, Family - Parenting, Marriage Enrichment, T

Are annulments just a Catholic version of divorce? Nothing could be further from the truth. The differences are profound, and much of the confusion springs from a misunderstanding about marriage itself. Bishop Perry explains the key principles of the Sacrament of Marriage and applies them to divorce and annulments. This presentation answers the most commonly asked questions on this topic.

Fallen Fiction: The Truth About Angels and Demons

While being thinly veiled as entertainment, the blockbuster movie, Angels & Demons, assaults the faith of millions and grossly mischaracterizes the Catholic Church portraying it to be a murderous institution bent on eliminating those who would foster scientific progress. Nothing could be further from the truth. In this educated critique, Matthew Arnold uses historical facts and reason to set the record straight as he brings to light the Catholic Church’s leading role throughout the ages in furthering science and demanding respect for every human life. Please share this enlightening talk with others.

How to Bring Fallen Away Catholics Back

September 25, 2009 | Author: | Posted in Defending the Faith, Dr. Scott Hahn, Evangelization, H

What is evangelization all about? What role does the Church expect ordinary Catholics to play in spreading the Catholic Faith? Dr. Scott Hahn, author and renowned theologian, challenges “cradle” Catholics to witness to the Faith through everyday life. He presents proven and effective ways to touch those who have fallen away from the Church, even those with the most hardened of hearts.

Year for Priests

September 15, 2009 | Author: | Posted in 2009-09, Church Teaching, Dr. Michael Barber, Inspirational, Y

These profound talks will help Catholics respond to Pope Benedict XVI’s call to celebrate a “Year for Priests,” and increase appreciation for the holy priesthood.

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