Renewing Your Faith at Home
We are in unprecedented times as a world. With all community gatherings suspended until further notice, we still find ourselves in need of ministering to our youth, continuing to proclaim Christ and make disciples of our middle and high school teens.
Recommended Online Resources
- Project YM is launching ProjectYM Live – a live, online youth group. They start Sunday, March 22 with Paul J. Kim!
- Life Teen streams Lectio Live every Wednesday at 5pm CT. Lectio Live is live-streamed on YouTube and features two of their staff leading teens in reflections on the upcoming Sunday readings.
- Life Teen is also producing a series of “Global Life Nights” for teens to participate in.
- Ascension Presents has tons of great, short videos, many which would be great for teens
- YDisciple – a series of video-based youth studies on various topics (subscription required)
- Wild Goose TV – from Fr. Dave Pivonka, featuring the Wild Goose series and more
How Do We Apply Church on Sundays to How We Live the Rest of the Week?
Here Libby and Kai from Catholic Central talk about Catholic Social Teaching — principles for a decent, just and peaceful society, or stated differently, principles for how to apply church on Sundays to how you live the rest of the week.
The Transfiguration of the Lord (celebrated August 6)
In this video Jim Brinkman acknowledges that we don’t have
to understand everything. Instead he focuses on one key phrase from Peter that
is good for all of us to hear.
What Can Catholics Do to Overcome Racism?
Fr. Mark-Mary talks with Fr. Pierre Toussaint about his experience of racism and division in the Church.
Bishop Barron on the Coronavirus Quarantine
For a philosophical take on the quarantine, Bishop Barron is
the best. Could this be a Pascalian moment for Catholics? Bishop Barron has the
answer in this fourteen-minute video along with some wonderful recommendations
for further reading, including a brief description of the book that changed his
life at age sixteen.