Catholic Webinars

Ignite your Faith!

Catholic Webinars to Ignite Your Faith!
 

Join Catholic authors and acclaimed Catholic speakers such as Fr. Mitch Pacwa, Teresa Tomeo, and others on various topics related to Catholicism.  Explore new books, study Catholic history, foster an ever deeper awareness of the richness of our Catholic faith and more!  Register today for one of the webinars below and check back often to discover new and updated content.

"Ever since the start of my ministry as Successor of Peter, I have spoken of the need to rediscover the journey of faith so as to shed ever clearer light on the joy and renewed enthusiasm of the encounter with Christ...We hear this invitation directed to each of us, that none of us grow lazy in the faith. It is the lifelong companion that makes it possible to perceive, ever anew, the marvels that God works for us” (Pope Benedict XVI  Porta Fidei #2, 15).

Bored Again Catholic: How the Mass Could Save Your Life

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Are you BORED? Not likely, given the endless opportunities today to see, share, post, watch, and like. So are you bored? No way! Except maybe at Mass.

We want the Mass to entertain, make us laugh, give us foot tapping music and sound-bite theology, and get it done in under an hour. Yet every Sunday many of us tune out.

Join author Tim O’Malley in this free webinar as he introduces his new book Bored Again Catholic.  In a series of reflections on every part of the Mass, he challenges us to turn the idea of boredom on its head, calling boredom—the “good” boredom that opens us to the quiet interior space where we can encounter God—a “sweet gift.”

It is there that full participation in the Mass becomes possible—the potential to be transfixed by a ritual, to contemplate the readings, to savor the Eucharist. To be fruitfully “bored again.”

Become a Bored Again Catholic and rediscover the power of the Mass to change your life – and the entire world.
 

Iconoclasm in the Western Church During the Reformation.

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Join us as Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ, internationally acclaimed biblical scholar, TV personality and author, presents a free, one-hour webcast, "Iconoclasm in the Western Church During the Reformation".  This webinar will help you understand the history of the Reformation during this 500th anniversary year. 

Fr. Pacwa will answer questions after his presentation.

 

Healing: Bringing the Gift of God's Mercy to the World.

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Many Catholics today think of miraculous healings as something relatively rare, found mainly in the lives of great saints or at shrines like Lourdes. Yet Scripture shows that healings, signs and wonders are meant to be a normal part of the life of the Church, especially in the context of evangelization. This webinar will explain how we can experience Jesus’ healing power in our own lives, and even more, how we can be an instrument of his healing for others through the power of the Holy Spirit.

Dr. Mary Healy, professor of Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, will discuss her recent book Healing Bringing the Gift of God’s Mercy to the World and a new documentary, Fearless, which shows how the Lord heals people miraculously through the faith and prayer of ordinary Catholics.  


Why the Rosary, Why Now.

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Without a doubt, one of the most familiar and beloved prayers within the tradition of the Catholic Church is the Rosary. But do Catholics today have a clear comprehension of the benefits of this centuries-old devotion?

Using the eloquent and inspiring writings of holy men and women who share a love of, and commitment to, the Marian prayer, Our Sunday Visitor editor Gretchen R. Crowe makes a compelling case for why praying the Rosary is more critical in today’s twenty-first-century world than ever before.

Join us as Gretchen Crowe, editor-in-chief of OSV Newsweekly, talks about her new book.  You'll have a chance to ask her questions and perhaps win a copy of her book!
 

Saintly Secrets: St. Joseph.

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For a man who doesn’t have a single recorded word in the Gospels, we know a good deal more about St. Joseph than you might think. And it isn’t all just pious legends and stories. For instance, we can be almost 100% certain that he could read and write, in a time when few were literate. Sort out fact from fiction when we discuss the foster father of Jesus.

Join us as Woodeene Koenig-Bricker, author and writer, delves deep into the lives of saints. 


Tied in Knots: Finding Peace in Today's World.
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Who hasn’t, at some point in their life…if not daily, experienced stress, anxiety, fear, worry, grief, disappointment, or any other “trying” state of emotion. These are all just some of the sources of knots in our lives that keep us from living as God intends: sin, life circumstances, things beyond our control, things that we’ve brought upon ourselves, and things others have done to us.

If you are seeking peace and want to find solutions to those unnamed knots in life, then Tied in Knots: Finding Peace in Today's World by Greg Willits, is the book for you. It serves as a companion on a journey toward greater peace. This book helps you discover the root of the knots in your life and ways to begin having them untied for good. But how?

Join us as author, Greg Willits, editorial director of Our Sunday Visitor, discusses his new book. You'll have a chance to ask questions...and maybe win a copy of his book!


Saintly Secrets: St. Gianna Beretta Molla.

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St. Gianna has been adopted as a patron saint of women who are willing to die rather than have an abortion. But is that what really happened to St. Gianna? Learn what her sacrifice on behalf of her daughter really meant and discover why it may be even more heroic than we imagine.

Join us as Woodeene Koenig-Bricker, author and writer, delves deep into the lives of saints. 
 

The Historial Mary.

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If you think that Mary was a quasi-nun who prayed all day wearing gleaming white robes and a bright blue cloak, think again. She was a ordinary first century Jewish wife and mother—which means she cleaned house, chatted with the neighbors, cooked meals and even, on special occasions, wore her best dress and earrings and went out to parties! Discover a side to Mary you might not have considered.

Join us as author and writer, Woodeene Koenig-Bricker, shares historical facts about Mary, her life and times. 

If you have enjoyed these series, check out Our Sunday Visitor Bookstore for more webcasts to help you delve deeper into your Catholic Faith.  Be informed, grow in wisdom, and share the Good News!

 
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