It is important to advance in our Faithful relationship with God. With His Grace we can do all things.
Adam Minihan and David Niles discuss manly drinks, gear, topics, and life. This show is for men wanting to live a authentic masculine Christianity in our world. Being a disciple is not for the faint of heart, man up.
Be a man, be a Saint! Catholic Gentleman has blogs, podcasts, and resources for men triving to live for Christ by serving our families, our neighbors and the Church. Being a disciple is not for the faint of heart, man up.
Started right here in our Diocese, Women at the Well seas to help women grow in their relationship to Christ, by truly encountering Him. W@W groups will help foster better womanhood in discipleship. Young mothers comprise the majority of participants, but all are welcome.
No matter when you start, the Bible in a Year podcast will help you listen to all of Scripture in only ONE year. With brilliant commentary from Fr. Mike Schmitz, everyone will deepen their understanding of God's Word!
You can start anytime!
Ever wanted to cook along with different Feasts of the Church, Liturgical Season, or local religious celebrations....here are some great ideas...
Exodus 90 is a powerful journey to becoming a real man, a warrior for God who knows how to lead the family. "The main reason men make an Exodus is this: they want to grow. Closer to God, their spouse, children, and friends. Closer to that man that God has called them to be for them." If E90 is too much for you right now, try Lent/Advent 40.
Resources, lessons, and fun activities for kids!
Faith is always lively, discover new ways to encounter Jesus with kids.
These podcasts help young families who have kids and those families who are just beginning.
We do maintain a social media presence on Facebook, and here is the official account for all three of the SHC Parishes. We do not maintain individual FB accounts, a YouTube account, Twitter, or the like.
Fr. Mike Schmitz generously presented the Bible in a year and has now agreed to do the Catechism of the Catholic Church in a year long podcast. This glorious resource will be available in January 2022. What a great way to deepen our Faith.
This resource is 'A Roman Catholic apostolate for men and women who experience same-sex attractions and those who love them.' If you or someone you know has a same-sex attraction, please feel free to talk to your Pastor and make use of Courage & Encourage by clicking the link.
The Church gave birth to the Holy Bible and has relied on this Holy Word of God since her birth from the Cross. Learning the Word is a sure way to encounter the Triune God.
The CCC contains the teachings of the Faith and references Sacred Scripture, Tradition, the Church Fathers, and Council Documents. It is a great way to discover the richness of the Truth.
Spirit Radio may not reach the radios of the middle and northern Sandhills, but it can be streamed via their site and app. Spirit Radio is a great resource to encounter Jesus.
This Catechism seeks to teach the Faith is easy to grasp questions and answers. There are 4 levels reaching different ages. The BCCC answers fundamental questions about life.
The Rosary allows Mary to pray for us as we meditate on her Son, Jesus, Our Savior. It is an easy set of prayers and meditations we can say anywhere.
Stations of the Cross follow Jesus on His path to win our Salvation. It is a great meditation on Mercy, strength, Faith, zeal, love, courage, and the very Heart of Jesus.
Asking St. Isidore's intercession, we can pray to always offer to God our first fruits. St. Isidore is the patron for rural life and is often invoked May 7-15; August 7-15; and 8 days prior to Thanksgiving (with Thanksgiving being the 9th day). Here is the link for the Novena text, the virtual Novena, and for more information on St. Isidore and his holy wife St. Maria.
Pray with great confidence, with confidence based upon the goodness and infinite generosity of God and upon the promises of Jesus Christ. God is a spring of living water which flows unceasingly into the hearts of those who pray
- St. Louis de Montfort
Litanies call upon the Triune God to help us receive His Grace. They can also ask the Saints, Angels, and Holy Ones in Heaven to pray for us in our need.
The Diocese is working with various folks and companies to provide resources in our quest for greatness in the Truth. Almost all of them are free!
Everyone is called to become a Saint. This calling is lived in the major life vocations of the Church. These vocations God calls us to are: the married life, the priesthood, and the religious life (sisters, nuns, monks).
FORMED is a great site to watch Faith based shows, cartoons, lessons, lectures, movies, and more... It is easy to sign up and is a great way to use media to help is grow in Faith & Reason.
Now may the God of peace who brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, the great shepherd of the sheep, by the blood of the eternal covenant, equip you with everything good that you may do his will, working in you that which is pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ; to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.