Domestic Church Resources

Registration to FORMED

Our parish has subscribed to FORMED, a website that allows our parishioners to access a variety of Catholic content. To register and have FREE access to all the movies, programs, inspiring talks, e-books, and more, click on the following link and write the name of our parish:

https://formed.org/signup 


FORMED The Sanctuary Course 

Exploring the Intersection of Faith & Mental Health

One in four people will be affected by a mental health problem at some point in their lives, yet the stigma surrounding mental illness silences many and prevents faith communities from responding compassionately and effectively. This eight-session course explores the realities of mental health and illness, as well as the vital need for faith-based community conversations about these topics.

It can be viewed by registered members for the FORMED website (see previous notice on how to register) and then following this link:

THE SANCTUARY COURSE LINK 

 

The Ascension

WEEKLY ROUNDUP

 

 

The Best Thing a Parent Can Do After Messing Up

(7 minutes)

 

 

What Does Surrender

Actually Look Like?

(8 minutes)

 

Do Catholics Still

Do Indulgences?

(9 minutes)

 

All Bible in a Year Episodes

New Episodes Daily

 

Rainbow Flags, Forgiving

without an Apology, and

Anger at God

(31 minutes)

 

Lift High the Cross

(25 minutes)

 

What Feeds Your Soul?

(30 minutes)

 

Rescuing Fallen Away Family

Members (with Brandon Vogt)

(1 hour)

 

7 Easy Ways to Relieve Stress

(34 minutes)

 

Why Tender-

Heartedness Is Manly

(and Needed More Than Ever)

(4 minutes)

 

Anamnesis and the

Key to the Mass

(6 minutes)

Online Daily Mass

Friends,

In recent weeks, the coronavirus outbreak has had a profound impact on countries around the world—and, increasingly, here in the United States.
In light of measures being taken to contain the outbreak and avoid further illness, many of us may be hesitant to leave our homes. In many areas, Mass and other church services may not be available.
It is at this exact moment that our faith is most needed.
In an effort to continue the practice of our faith in these trying times, I would like to invite you to join us online for daily Mass.
Beginning today, Tuesday, March 17, Word on Fire will be offering daily Mass for the foreseeable future.
Join me, or Word on Fire CEO Fr. Steve Grunow, right herehttps://www.wordonfire.org/daily-mass.
If you cannot attend Mass or join us online, I encourage you to read the Gospels, pray with your families, and join yourself to the Eucharist—the source and summit of our Catholic faith—by making an act of spiritual communion like the one recommended by Archbishop Gomez: "I wish, my Lord, to receive you with the purity, humility, and devotion with which your most holy Mother received you, with the spirit and fervor of the saints."
And please continue 
to pray for all those affected by the coronavirus.

Peace,


+ Bishop Robert Barron


EWTN Daily Mass and Readings

Can’t make it to Holy Mass? EWTN offers the daily readings to enable viewers to accompany the Mass of the day as it is televised. They are also the perfect way to find time in your day for spiritual reflection. Listen, watch, or read from the comfort of your home. Our Catholic Daily Reading includes the readings of the day, along with online videos, and is a resource for all who desire to live a life of faith that is pleasing to our Lord. Click on the link below: 

Daily Mass & Readings  


        Salt & Light Televised Masses Online Resources

 “Televised Mass:

Salt + Light TV has made arrangements with cable companies across Canada (Rogers, Bell, Telus, Shaw Direct, Videotron) to make Salt + Light TV available free of charge to all subscribers until May 1, 2020.

Anyone who subscribes to Cable TV will be able to access Salt + Light TV, and therefore to tune in for the Daily TV Mass, and Sunday TV Mass, produced by the National Catholic Broadcasting Council. 

Salt + Light TV is also televising the daily Mass celebrated by Pope Francis from Casa Santa Marta. This airs every day at 9:00 am and will be televised in both English and French.

“La Messe du jour” produced and televised by Salt + Light TV from the crypt at Saint Joseph Oratory in Montreal will now be televised on Sundays through arrangements with the Archdiocese of Montreal, enabling everyone access to the televised Mass in both French and English seven days a week. 

The channel number for each cable company that carries Salt + Light TV can be found at https://saltandlighttv.org/subscribe 

Please note that the Daily TV Mass is also available on other faith-based television networks besides Salt + Light TV.  The various networks and Mass times can be found at https://dailytvmass.com/about/broadcast-schedule/ 

Resources for Mass – PDF:
During this time, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has given permission to Novalis to post PDF copies of the pages from Living with Christ and Prions en Église for each upcoming Sunday Mass, and for Daily Mass on their website.  You may download the pages for free until March 29. Thereafter, availability of the pages will then be re-assessed, based on the situation at that time.

Please click on the following links for the English and French PDF versions of the Sunday Mass Readings and prayers from Novalis: 

Living with Christ, English Canadian edition: https://www.livingwithchrist.ca/index.php/intentions?_ga=2.50103011.496730847.1584390822-169904871.1417450886 

Prions en Église, French Canadian edition: http://www.prionseneglise.ca/

The approved version for Canada of the Scriptural texts for Mass are likewise readily available on the website for the Association épiscopale liturgique pour les pays francophones (AELF) at https://www.aelf.org/calendrier/romain/2020/03


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