Resources to Keep Your Faith Growing

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Mass at the Archdiocese

Mass at Bishop Barron’s ‘Word on Fire’

Mass and other resources at EWTN

Lenten Resources

Stations of the Cross Video Or, EWTN has Stations at 11:30am

Stations of the Cross – Printable

Children’s curriculum available

Children’s activities available

Formed– Discover hundreds of online Catholic videos, movies, audios, and e-books.  It includes an app too!  Many parishes subscribe to this service by the Augustine Institute – check with your local parish for a registration code.

Augustine Institute – General source for Catholic books, CD’s, DVD’s and more.

Sophia Institute Press – Sophia Institute is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that nurtures the spiritual, moral, and cultural life of souls and spreads the Gospel of Christ in conformity with the authentic teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.

Magnificat  – A spiritual guide to help you develop your prayer life, grow in your spiritual life, find a way to a more profound love for Christ, and participate in the holy Mass with greater fervor.  Magnificat is a monthly publication designed for daily use, to encourage both liturgical and personal prayer. It can be used to follow daily Mass and can also be read at home or wherever you find yourself for personal or family prayer.  Available as a subscription online, as an App, or in paper form.  The following is a free version offered during the Corona Virus concerns:

The Word Among Us – The magazine’s name comes from the Prologue to the Gospel of John: “The Word became flesh and dwelt among us, full of grace and truth; we have beheld his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father” (John 1:14). This passage reflects the vision and purpose of our publication: To be an instrument of the Spirit whose desire is to manifest Jesus’ presence in and to the children of God. In this way, we hope to contribute to the church’s ongoing mission of proclaiming the gospel to the world and growing ever more deeply in our love for the Lord.

Laudate App – The most comprehensive Catholic App , available on Google Play and the iTunes App Store.   Includes Daily Mass Readings, Order of Mass, Liturgy of Hours, New American Bible, Latin Mass, Latin Liturgy of Hours, Rosary, Daily Examination of Conscience, Catechism and much, much more.  Includes Podcasts for Rosary, Stations, Daily Meditations, and Daily Readings with read-along text and meditations.  Best of all it is free.

Sacred Space – Your daily prayer online.  Also available on Google Play and the iTunes App Store.

iBreviary  – Available online and on the iTunes App Store, iBreviary provides a daily missal, liturgy of the hours, and Catholic prayers and rituals.

Universalis  – Online resource for daily Catholic prayer.  Also available on Google Play and the iTunes App Store.

Word On Fire  – Founded by Bishop Robert Baron, Word On Fire is a rich resource of books, podcasts, videos, audio recordings, lectures, homilies, study programs, and other resources for Catholic men and women.

God Moment App – This simple app is an audible reminder for you to pause, in the midst of your activities, and offer a quick prayer of gratitude and mindfulness. Three random times each day you will hear a chosen sound- calling you to pause for a “God moment”— a thought, an acknowledgment, a thank you. That’s it. No need to even take your phone out!  Available on Google Play and the iTunes App Store.

Study/Prayer/Bible Group Resources

Signposts – How to Be a Catholic Man in the World Today – Written by two Catholic men, the fifty-two discussion plans, one for every week of the year, can be used in a small-group setting or individually. Either way, they offer men the opportunity to grow in their love for God, the church, and their families, and to joyfully embrace the call to live an authentic Christian life.

Living As A Beloved Daughter of God: A Faith-Sharing Guide for Catholic Women – This sixteen-session faith sharing guide will help women come to a deeper understanding of their identity in Christ and guide them in gaining a renewed perspective of their varied roles as wives, mothers, sisters, and daughters. Among the themes covered are prayer, discovering God’s mercy, forgiveness, hearing God in Scripture, dealing with temptation, finding purpose, and balancing work and family.

Crossing the Goal – Crossing the Goal is a non-profit ministry whose mission is to call, equip and empower Catholic men to become and stay spiritually fit in their faith through the utilization of “Spiritual Fitness Workouts”.  Spiritual Fitness Workouts are designed for Catholic men to help them grow spiritually and strengthen their faith. Spiritual Fitness Workouts can be used by either groups or individuals on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. The content for these workouts is derived from three primary sources: the Scriptures, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and episodes of the “Crossing the Goal” TV show, which airs weekly on EWTN.

That Man Is You!  – That Man is You! honestly addresses the pressures and temptations that men face in our modern culture, especially those relating to their roles as husbands and fathers. The program harmonizes current social and medical science with the teachings of the Church and the wisdom of the saints to develop the vision of man fully alive!



A Letter from Archbishop Alexander K. Sample Regarding the Latest Reports of Clergy Abuse


Spanish (COMING SOON!)


Pope Francis’ “Letter to the People of God”   




August 16, 2018: President of U.S. Bishops’ Conference Announces Effort That Will Involve Laity, Experts, and the Vatican as U.S. Bishops Resolve to Address “Moral Catastrophe”


Word on Fire – Bishop Barron


Child Protection/Victim Assistant for the Archdiocese 

CONTACT NUMBERS: Child Protection: 503-233-8302       Victim Assistance: 503-416-8810