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Confession is a Place of Victory
In this 8-minute video, Fr. Mike Schmitz gives a perspective from the priest's side of the confessional.
Rediscover the Mass
- The Veil Removed
This 7-minute film reveals the coming together of heaven and earth at Mass, as seen by saints and mystics, revealed by Scripture and in the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Please take a few moments to view this video -- and more than once! This film has many fine details. It deserves to be viewed multiple times.
- How Do We Know the Eucharist is Really Christ?
Bishop Robert Barron leads us through the Bible to find out.
- The Mass
Whether you've been away for a while or you attend Mass each week, you'll gain new insight from this video. As Bishop Robert Barron explains, the Mass is the closest thing to heaven on earth!
Beauty & Truth of Our Catholic Faith
- Uncertain Plans
This homily was recorded on Mother's Day but it's a great reflection for recent graduates . . .Fr. Mike Schmitz talks about why it's wise to plan for the future, and even wiser to let go of those plans when we need to.
- Former Protestant Pastor Tells Why He Loves Being Catholic
Whether you are strong or lukewarm in your faith, this video offers compelling inspiration about what it means to be Catholic.
- Why Be Catholic and Not Just Christian
Fr. Mike Schmitz explains the one thing that really sets Catholicism apart from other Christian churches.
- Everything Belongs to God
In our culture, we have been conditioned to think that being an "owner" is the American Dream, but being a steward is much better!
- Why Remain Catholic
The current crisis in the church may have many Catholics asking this question. In this video, Bishop Robert Barron offers empowering reasons to fight for the faith.
Into the Breach
This video series seeks to answer what it means to be a Catholic man in today’s world. The series is inspired by the Apostolic Exhortation for Catholic Men written by Bishop Olmsted of Phoenix and produced by the Knights of Columbus.
If you are a cradle Catholic, the RCIA program offers an excellent opportunity to better understand the Catholic faith. Even though RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) was designed for those who are joining the faith, it is available to ALL active and non-active Catholics who want to deepen their understanding of Catholic beliefs. RCIA classes run from September through Easter and meet on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. For more details, talk with Sr. Laura Reynolds.