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This program developed by the Dominican Sisters of Mary focuses on the development of the whole person while striving for happiness and the pursuit of good.
This episode focuses on the theological and cardinal virtues and gifts of the Holy Spirit, as well as the reality that every person battles sin. The viewer sees that cultivating a life of virtue gives us the ability to break the pattern of sin, putting order and harmony in one’s life.
This episode of Education in Virtue introduces Lectio Divina as a means to cultivate an interior life in order to live virtuously. From there we are shown a tutorial on teaching virtue in a classroom, at home and in the community at large.
Sisters Teresa Benedicta and Martin Therese share insights into Purgatory, the Church’s teachings on it, and miracles, apparitions, and authenticated relics associated with Purgatory and the poor souls there.
Mother Assumpta Long, O.P. sits down with Mother Agnes Mary Donovan - from the Sisters of Life. Hear all about how these two were brought together for a greater purpose!
Mother Assumpta Long, O.P. sits down with Radio Broadcaster, Writer, Husband and Father Al Kresta - Host of Kresta in the Afternoon!
Mother Assumpta Long, O.P. interviews Fr. Peter John Cameron. He shares how his theatrical training helped him teach homiletics at several seminaries and discusses his work with "The Magnificat" and "Hard as Nails ministries", which travels around the country bringing the Good News to young people and helping them realize that their suffering has meaning.
Sisters Teresa Benedicta and Martin Therese take us to Detroit, Michigan to visit the shrine of Blessed Solanus Casey as we learn how Blessed Solanus Casey had confidence and trust in God, thanked Him ahead of time, and expected miracles in his Vocation!
Debbie Herbeck, born and raised a faithful Jew, converted to Catholicism in college and has since gone on to evangelize hundreds of young women, seeking to show them that they are loved and valued. Debbie’s evangelization efforts seek to teach girls as young as eight years old that they have innate value and to ignore what the world says they need in order to be fulfilled.
Sr. Rose struggled with faith in her teen years and even considered herself an atheist for a time but fell madly in love with God after reading Sacred Scripture. Sr. Ave Maria talks about entering the consecrated life after working at the University of Michigan as a nurse.
Sister Mary Ignatius describes her growing love for the Church that led her to Religious life.
Fr. John Eckert, a priest of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, ordained in 2010 shares with Sr. Joseph Andrew that in pre-school, “This little girl came up said ‘Johnny Eckert, I'm gonna kiss you,’ and I said, ‘No. No, I'm going to be a priest.”
Sr. Mary Margaret talks about how she ended up in religious life when, as a young woman, she didn't even like to pray! Sr. Maria Benedicta talk about how prayer can be difficult at first.
Fr. John Eckert, a priest of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, ordained in 2010 continues his discussion with Sr. Joseph Andrew about the priesthood and the value and complementarity of Religious Sisters to that most sublime vocation.
Sr. Mercedes was born and raised in New York. She found her vocation through the witness of religious men and women and the faith of her friends and family, who brought her back to Christ after she fell away.
Sr. Catherine Marie always wondered: if we are called to give our lives entirely to God, wouldn’t that mean that many of us are called to the priesthood and religious life?
When Fr. James Moore finished college, he felt called to become a Dominican priest. After making a total consecration to Mary, he came to desire to be a Father in the Church.
Sr. Joseph Andrew interviews Dawn Hausmann about her trajectory of living a faith-filled lifestyle and accepting the vocation of consecrated virginity.
Sr. John Dominic interviews Sr. Louis Marie about teaching the doctrines and mysteries of our faith. They discuss teaching catechesis using the book "Echoing the Mystery."
Sr. John Dominic interviews Dr. “Mimi” Schuttloffel, Professor Emerita from The Catholic University of America, about her experience in Catholic education.
Fr. John Whitlock is the vocations director for the Diocese of Lansing. He shares with Sr. Joseph Andrew his story of conversion to the Catholic faith and answering the vocational call.
Sr. Joseph Andrew interviews Dr. Ralph Martin, president of @Renewal Ministries and Professor of Theology at Sacred Heart Seminary, about his Catholic upbringing and the importance of Catholic education for our children.
Sr. Joseph Andrew interviews Dr. Ralph Martin, president of @Renewal Ministries and Professor of Theology at Sacred Heart Seminary, about his experience with Cursillo retreats and being struck by the words of scripture: "sell all you have and come follow me." He also talks about the beginning of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal and how the Lord desires to do for His people what He has always done.
Sr. Joseph Andrew interviews Dr. Ralph Martin, president of @Renewal Ministries and Professor of Theology at Sacred Heart Seminary, about the beginning of Renewal Ministries, their mission of evangelization, and their international work.
Sr. Joseph Andrew interviews Dr. Ralph Martin, president of @Renewal Ministries and Professor of Theology at Sacred Heart Seminary, about his new book, A Church in Crisis.
Sr. Joseph Andrew interviews Fr. Brian Taber, SJ about his life, including coming from a family of divorce, and his vocation to the priesthood.
Sr. Joseph Andrew interviews Fr. Brian Taber about God’s grace in his life, the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius, and the Society of Jesus.