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Mary Healy
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Josiah Henley
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Josiah Henley is a Catholic illustrator and designer from Portland, Oregon.
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Charles C. Camosy
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Charles Camosy is a professor at the Creighton University School of Medicine and the Msgr. Curran Fellow in Moral Theology at St. Joseph Seminary in New York. He is a columnist for Religion News Service, the Angelus, and the Pillar.
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Susan De Bartoli
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Susan De Bartoli is a pilgrimage tour operator and owner of Little Flower Tours & Travel. She is helping with the Cause for Canonization of Mary Pyle, assistant to Padre Pio.
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Michael E. Connors, CSC
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Fr. Michael E. Connors, CSC, is director of the John S. Marten Program in Homiletics and Liturgics, as well as a faculty member in the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame.
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Karla J. Bellinger
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Karla J. Bellinger is a Catholic speaker and the founding executive director of the Institute for Homiletics at the University of Dallas. She is the author of Connecting Pulpit and Pew and Living the Word and contributed to several other books. Her work has appeared in Homiletics, The Deacon, Catechetical Leader, Momentum, and Seminary Journal.
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Becoming Eucharistic People: How to Prepare for the Eucharistic Revival
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By now many of you have likely heard about the USCCB's Eucharistic Revival and you many have even heard critiques about its cost and that it's all about a single event in Indianapolis. In this webinar, Timothy P. O'Malley, author of Real Presence and Becoming Eucharistic People, introduces a more positive way of approaching the revival: as a chance to act on the idea--supported by many of the fathers of the Second Vatican Council--that the Eucharist builds the Church and the Church builds the Eucharist. O'Malley also will address how every US diocese and parish can become a Eucharistic community grounded in the self-giving love of Jesus Christ. This webinar will help you prepare for the revival (and potentially impress your boss, too).
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Why Are You Afraid?
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In this webinar, Gary Zimak, bestselling author of Give Up Worry for Lent!, looks at the emotion of fear and how it affects us—at home, in the workplace, and in our relationship with God. By exploring the Biblical accounts of two famous fear-producing storms, Zimak will offer practical advice for dealing with our own storms. Even if we can't stop ourselves from being afraid, we can control how we respond. And, just like the apostles in the boat, the best response always involves turning to Jesus.
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Building the Kingdom One Disciple at a Time
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What would it look like if we focused on making disciples one at a time? Most ministries in the Church try to reach the masses through programs that accommodate many would-be disciples all at once. But the Gospels show that this is not how Jesus operated: He demonstrated how the Gospel can spread rapidly to the masses by ministering to a single person. In this webinar, Everett Fritz—veteran youth minister and author of One Disciple at a Time—will explore the idea of developing ministries that meet the needs of individuals.
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With One Accord: Pentecost, Promises, and the People of God
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In this webinar, Marcia Lane-McGee, coauthor of Fat Luther, Slim Pickin's: A Black Catholic Celebration of Faith, Tradition, and Diversity, will explore how we can use Pentecost as a guide to grow together in love, justice, and understanding.
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What is Reform in the Church?
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Change can be difficult to deal with, especially in the Church. Today many people suggest that the Catholic Church is out-of-touch and stagnant. In reality it has a rich history of embracing and encouraging change, especially in response to major cultural shifts. In this webinar, Joseph and Barbara Stuart, authors of The Church and the Age of Reformations (1350-1650), will examine what true Church reform looks like. They will address important theological questions that were introduced in this era and that are still used today by those who attack the Catholic Church. Knowing the complex origins of these questions can help you to tell the story of your faith and give you the opportunity to reclaim your Catholic history.
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You’ve Got a Friend in St. Joe: Why This Silent Saint Has a Lot to Say to Us Today
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An old joke that you may now come across as a meme goes: “Here’s my favorite quote from St. Joseph, ‘______________’.” This may be worth at least a small chuckle, but Joseph, spouse of Mary, earthly father of Jesus, enjoys a reputation that reaches back to the earliest days of Christianity and endures today. St. Joseph, as it turns out, has much to say to us and we have so very much to learn from him. In this webinar, Deacon Greg Kandra--creator of The Deacon's Bench--offers a fresh take on St. Joseph with insights that make him especially relevant today. Think you know Joe? You may be surprised.
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Living the Word Catholic Women’s Bible
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Ave Spotlight - Best of Episode - Saints who Struggled with Mental Issues with Tommy Tighe
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Join Chenele Shaw and mental health counselor Tommy Tighe on this special "best of" episode where they talk about saints who strived for holiness and struggled with mental illness.
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How Our Family Prays Each Day
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Eucharistic Revival
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Starting June 2022, the Bishops of the United States are calling for all their dioceses to begin a three-year plan to revive and foster Eucharistic devotion in dioceses, parishes, and the hearts of the faithful. Ave Maria Press has collected our best resources to help diocesan and parish leaders with this revival.
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Advent Resources
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Ave Explores: The Mass—Adoration: A Reminder the Eucharist is the Center of Life with Fr. Brendan J. McAleer, CSC
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In Ave Explores: The Mass you will learn about the history and structure of the liturgy, how to combat distractions during the service, ways to be a more active participant in the homily, and how the Mass can transform your life.
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