Carmen y Angelique participan activamente en diferentes ministerios familiares incluyendo asesorías acerca de planificación natural de la familia. Ambas son coautoras de un libro que aborda el tema de la infertilidad, y en esta plática nos comparten su experiencia personal con la infertilidad y esclarecen el concepto erróneo que se tiene de la Iglesia Católica acerca de este tema. Al describir las diferentes alternativas y enseñanzas católicas de tratamientos sobre estos asuntos bioéticos.
Esta conferencia se realizó durante el Congreso REC 2019 en Los Angeles Ca.
Carmen and Angelique actively participate in different family ministries and also serve as advocates for natural family planning. Both are co-authors of a book that addresses the subject of infertility and in this talk, they each share their personal experience with it and help to clarify misconceptions about the Catholic Church on this matter. Discover different alternatives and Catholic teachings on the treatments and the bioethical issues that are created.
This talk was originally recorded at the 2019 RECongress in Los Angeles, CA.
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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.
Evan Lemoine, conferencista reconocido internacionalmente por sus charlas de teología del cuerpo, noviazgo y matrimonio, nos presenta esta charla acerca de la pregunta que muchas veces nos hacemos ¿mi pareja realmente me ama? Porque no es lo mismo quererte a ti que querer algo de ti. Ni tampoco es lo mismo quererte disfrutar que quererte hacer feliz.
Descubre la visión positiva y hermosa de la sexualidad y el amor humano, según la visión personalista de San Juan Pablo II.
Discover the positive and beautiful vision of sexuality and human love, according to the personalistic vision of St. John Paul II.
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.
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.”
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.
The Millennial Generation has grown to adulthood. Having experienced many of the conveniences and pitfalls of new technologies, social media, student loan debt, and adult life, millennials have also developed a genuine desire to do something great with their lives, but often don't know how to get there. As fellow millennial Paul J. Kim shares with great humor and insight, tackling life's big challenges and desires for vocation, career, and greatness can give powerful witness to God and the gift of life.
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
¿Damos limosna o traemos una ofrenda? ¿Conoces el impacto de no entenderlo correctamente? El reconocido orador y teólogo mexicano Luis Soto, nos habla del tema de la corresponsabilidad y de nuestro deber de administrar correctamente los dones que Dios nos dio.
Con su forma muy peculiar y directa, a la que ya nos tiene acostumbrados, nos invita a reflexionar sobre la importancia de este tema para el futuro de nuestra Iglesia y de nuestra comunidad hispana.
Do we give alms or bring an offering? Do you know the impact of not understanding it correctly? The renowned Mexican orator and theologian, Luis Soto, speaks to us about the subject of stewardship and our duty to properly administer the gifts that God gives to us. With his peculiar and direct form, to which we are already accustomed, Luis invites us to reflect on the importance of this topic for the future of our Church and our Hispanic community.