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Everett Fritz
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Kevin Schmiesing
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Kevin Schmiesing lectures on Church history for Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology in Cincinnati, Ohio, and serves as director of research at the Freedom and Virtue Institute.
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Barbara A. Stuart
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Barbara A. Stuart is a homeschooling mom and social aide who founded and directed a pregnancy resource center in Bismarck, North Dakota.
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Joseph T. Stuart
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Joseph T. Stuart is an assistant professor of history and a fellow of Catholic studies at the University of Mary. He is the author of Rethinking the Enlightenment: Faith in the Age of Reason and Christopher Dawson: A Cultural Mind in the Age of the Great War.
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Kreg Yingst
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Kreg Yingst is an artist who creates sacred, ecumenical original art, primarily hand-pulled block prints (woodcuts and linocuts) designed, drawn, carved, printed—and in some cases. He operates on Etsy at wORKINGaRTs.
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Casey Cole, OFM
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Vatican II and the Future of the Church
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More than fifty years after the closing of the Second Vatican Council, we are still trying to understand and properly implement its teachings. Vatican II has become a flashpoint between those Catholics promoting the so-called “Spirit of Vatican II” and those who renounced the Council entirely, seeking a return to the traditions of Catholicism as taught before the council. Meanwhile, millions of other Catholics are unaware or disinterested as they try to live in a secular world that wants nothing to do with God. So how do we move forward? In this presentation, Fr. Blake Britton discusses the four major constitutions of the Second Vatican Council, how they have been implemented in the past fifty years, and what we can do to move forward the true vision of Vatican II.
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Celebrating Sunday of the Word of God in Catholic Parishes
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Pope Francis instituted Sunday of the Word of God, celebrated annually on the third Sunday in Ordinary Time, for Catholics to express their biblical faith and demonstrate it to others. Stephen J. Binz, in collaboration with the American Bible Society-Catholic Initiatives, offers practical ideas and resources for honoring the Bible on this day in Catholic parishes and homes. Gather your parish team and begin to prepare for the next Sunday of the Word of God on January 22-23, 2022.
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Spiritual Campaigns: The Key to Reviving Your Parish
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We often only think of "campaigns" in our parishes as capital campaigns—when everything else we are doing stops to rally members to make a financial commitment for a church renovation or for major school improvements. But what if we thought about campaigns differently? What if we offered a spiritual campaign, rallying our parishioners to grow in our relationship with God, with others, and in our own spiritual health and maturity? Spiritual campaigns can be a game-changer in your parish. Join Fr. Michael White and Tom Corcoran, the authors of Rebuilt, as they discuss how spiritual campaigns have brought growth and health to their parish, Church of the Nativity in Timmonium, Maryland, and how you can see similar results in your own community.
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Broken Saints Give Hope to Broken People
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There is a tendency among Catholics to whitewash the lives of the saints, buffing out their struggles and failings and covering their imperfect lives with a veneer of piety. But the saints had all the failings, frustrations, and family drama that we have. It's this brokenness that makes their lives a model for us. In this webinar, Meg Hunter-Kilmer, author of Pray for Us: 75 Saints Who Sinned, Struggled, and Suffered on Their Way to Holiness, will share the lives of some inspiring lesser-known saints and discuss the hope their witness can offer us in the midst of our daily struggles and those to whom we minister.
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How to Prevent Ministry Burnout: God’s Provision for Rest and Refresh
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Every day in ministry presents multiple fires to manage and extinguish. As much as we may love our calling, the challenges can weigh heavily on our hearts and minds, affect our bodies, and even disturb our ability to worship. Through the Exodus story, God has left us a template in the Bible for navigating these challenges and learning to rest in the midst of them all. Join us for this webinar in which Sonja Corbitt will explore the number one discipline needed to prevent burnout.
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How to Support, Give Hope, and Offer Healing to Divorced Catholics
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St. John Paul II wrote in Familiaris Consortio, “I earnestly call upon pastors and the whole community of the faithful to help the divorced and with solicitous care, to make sure that they do not consider themselves as separated from the Church. . . . Let the Church pray for them, encourage them and show herself a merciful mother and thus sustain them in faith and hope.” In this webinar, Rev. Robert R. Cannon will present a brief explanation of the theology of marriage, the role of the marriage tribunal, and how ministers can be a source of hope and healing for those seeking an annulment.
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Ave Spotlight - All Soul’s Day with Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble, FSP
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Ave Spotlight - How to Shop Ethically with Veronica Marrinan
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Ave Spotlight - The Danger of Purity Culture with Hannah Gutierrez
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Let's talk purity culture! In this episode, Hannah Gutierrez, formerly with the Culture Project, talks about sexual education and how to find balance in our hyper-sexualized world. Gutierrez hopes that people recognize their value and worth to live a life of virtue free of shame and open to God's mercy.
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