Resources to Help You Grow in Faith and Knowledge

General Resources

  • Our parish has Flocknote Engage, which includes complete access to Bishop Barron's Word on Fire ENGAGE video libraryAll that is requried is a Flocknote account.  If you do not have a Flocknote account, sign up HERE.  Visit Word on Fire Digital from Flocknote to watch any of the videos at any time.  This is a robust faith formation resource that includes access to the complete Catholicism series, multiple study programs (including free pdf study materials), and more.
  • Looking for scripture study at our parish?  Check out our Living the Word group!  This group meets weekly and discusses the Sunday Mass readings.
  • Dynamic Catholic has a website that features resources for faith formation and spiritual development. According to their website: "It’s a community, a movement, a group of people much like yourself who are trying to make sense of life and live the best life they can."
  • Is one of your goals to read the Bible?  If so, we encourage you to check out the Bible in A Year podcast hosted by Fr. Mike Schmitz and featuring Jeff Cavins.  This podcast guides Catholics through the Bible in 365 daily episodes starting January 1st, 2021.  You can start from the beginning at anytime.  The podcast uses The Great Adventure Bible, which is the Revised Standard Version – Second Catholic Edition.
  • The Chosen is the first-ever multi-season TV show about the life of Jesus that you can watch for free.  This is a great show for family and friends to watch together online.  You can watch The Chosen on a free app for your smartphone, and you can also watch it on YouTube.  This show is crowd-funded, and you can make a donation if you choose, but a donation is not required to watch.  Watch the trailer HERE.

Domestic Church and Family Resources

“The Christian home is the place where children receive the first proclamation of the faith. For this reason, the family home is rightly called ‘the domestic church,’ a community of grace and prayer, a school of human virtues and of Christian charity” (CCC, 1666).