El P. José Román Flecha es sacerdote de la Diócesis de León (España) y profesor de Teología Moral en la Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca. Experto en Moral, este conocido y estimado profesor, es autor de numerosas obras y artículos de teología y de espiritualidad.
En esta charla nos explica por qué a San José de Nazareth, se le conoce como patrono de la Iglesia Católica y custodio de nuestro redentor Jesucristo.
Saint Joseph of Nazareth: custodian of the Redeemer
Fr. José Román Flecha is a priest of the Diocese of León (Spain) and professor of Moral Theology at the Pontifical University of Salamanca. A Moral expert, this well-known and esteemed teacher, is the author of numerous works and articles on theology and spirituality.
In this talk he explains why St. Joseph of Nazareth is known as patron of the Catholic Church and custodian of our redeemer Jesus Christ.
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Ruth A. Luna, nos comparte cómo encontró en María el perfecto ejemplo a seguir como esposa, madre e hija de Dios. También nos ayuda a redescubrir el papel importantísimo que tiene María en nuestra vida, invitándonos a incrementar nuestra confianza, amor y devoción hacia la Madre de Dios y madre nuestra.
English Translation: Mary, God's Mother and Ours
Ruth A. Luna, shares how she found in Mary the perfect example to follow as a wife, mother and daughter of God. She also helps us rediscover the very important role that Mary has in our lives, inviting us to increase our trust, love, and devotion to the Mother of God and our mother.
What is Purgatory? Does it exist? Does it matter? As professor and speaker Dr. Mark Miravalle explains, not only is the doctrine of Purgatory true, and deeply rooted in Sacred Scripture and Tradition, but the practice of offering prayers and sacrifices for the souls of the dead is a critically important responsibility for every member of the Body of Christ—the family of the Church.
Following Christ can entail fear, risk, and uncertainty. But as St. John Henry Newman boldly preaches, this reality reveals how crucially important and worthwhile it is to undertake such a venture. “No one among us knows for certain that he himself will persevere; yet every one among us, to give himself even a chance of success at all, must make a venture... and in this consists the excellence and nobleness of faith.”
Click here for a PDF of "The Ventures of Faith", written by St. John Henry Newman.
Advent is an odd season. Unlike most other seasons, it’s a season that isn’t about itself, but is instead about preparing for Christmas. But that reality often gets lost in the shuffle and stress of trying to find all the right gifts, decorations, and dinner ingredients. In this talk, Dr. Tim Gray uses storytelling and the readings of the Old Testament to explain that we need to live the ‘pre-season’ of Advent well, so we can be prepared to welcome and receive the greatest gift God the Father wants to give us at Christmas: His Son, Jesus.
Our weaknesses and our wounds can often make us feel inadequate. But as Sr. Bethany Madonna, S.V. illustrates with her insightful humor and profoundly memorable stories, bringing these weaknesses and wounds to God the Father can allow us to become strong with the Father's strength, and to be healed by the Healer. “The Father Himself loves you... He wants to be with you, at every moment; in every suffering, every pain, every desire and longing.”
Why would an all-powerful, all-loving God allow suffering and evil in the world? As Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D. explains, unsatisfying answers to this important question are the #1 reason for atheism today. But by answering this question with logic and love (as well as with scientific, peer-reviewed evidence for the existence of life after death), we can not only answer this question truthfully and satisfactorily, but also teach our fellow Christians how to suffer well, in preparation for the limitless love of God that awaits us in eternity.
This talk was recorded by FOCUS, at SEEK 2013. focus.org
Lupita Venegas Leiva, tiene una Licenciatura en Psicología y Maestría en Terapia Familiar y Ciencias de la Familia. Es autora de libros de desarrollo humano y espiritual y brinda asesoría familiar en programas de radio, televisión e impartiendo conferencias en México, Centroamérica y Estados Unidos.
En esta charla nos presenta consejos y recomendaciones prácticas, para mejorar la relación y comunicación de los padres de familia con sus hijos adolescentes. Invitándonos a vivir la etapa de la adolescencia de nuestros hijos, como un reto de integración familiar.
How do I improve my relationship with my adolescent child?
Lupita Venegas Leiva has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Family Therapy and Family Science. She is the author of several books on human and spiritual development and provides family advice on radio, television, and lectures in Mexico, Central America, and the United States.
In this talk Lupita presents practical advice and recommendations to help improve the relationship and communication between parents and their teenage children. She invites us to live this phase of adolescence with our children, as a challenge of family integration.
In this handy little guide, best-selling author Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, teaches you how to pray the Rosary well and why it matters, addressing issues such as:
• Why pray the Rosary?
• How long should a well-prayed Rosary take?
• What are the graces attached to praying the Rosary?
• How can I become a champion of the Rosary?
Our Lady needs Rosary champions to help bring peace in the world. Will you answer her call to prayer?