Season 2

Mary is the Mother of the Church and our Mother as well. In this episode, we discuss why she is so important to us and why she is worthy of our praise, love, and devotion. While this hardly scratches the surface of who Mary is, we hope you enjoy this conversation and that it might spark or encourage your devotion to Mary, leading you to learn more about our Virgin Mother and praying for her intercession. God bless!

From the Couch to the Kingdom introduces some advice and motivation to get our spiritual lives going so that we can run the race for Christ and live as His Disciples! We hope you will enjoy!

 

Below you can find our notes, including our favorite study bibles, bible reading guides, instructions on how to get a formed subscription, and notes on Lectio Divina.

 

Notes from the Show:

Access to Formed https://www.holyfamilylatrobe.org/formed Lectio Divina Begininer's Guide

https://bustedhalo.com/ministry-resou...

Bible in One Year App

https://www.bibleinoneyear.org/

Word on Fire Bible

https://www.wordonfire.org/bible/?gcl...

The Ignatius Catholic Study Bible https://www.catholiccompany.com/ignat...

Season 2 of the Holy Family Podcast begins with an episode celebrating the exciting new Beatified member of our Church, Carlo Acutis. Carlo was a young man born in England and raised in Italy, who died at the young age of 15. Although he died at a young age, he lived a life of heroic virtue remaining close to the Lord and Virgin Mother, caring for those close to him, and creating a website documenting the Eucharistic Miracles. We hope you enjoy our episode!

 

Carlo's website can be found at: http://www.miracolieucaristici.org/en/liste/list.html

Holy Family's Parish Website Can be found at: https://www.holyfamilylatrobe.org/

Catholic Pilgrimages in the US (website we reference): https://catholicpilgrimagesites.wordpress.com/sites-by-state-2/

Season 1

Holy Family Catholic Church, 2020

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