Lent in the Home

Lent in the Home

Lent is only a week away! Do you have a plan? As Lent draws closer we can often feel anxious or overwhelmed, and this feeling can be even stronger for parents. What should I do? How do I talk about Lent to my children? How can I avoid the failures of last year’s...
Discipline for Discipleship

Discipline for Discipleship

Faithfully following Jesus Christ requires that we first have mastery over ourselves. In a word, it requires discipline. As the liturgical season of Lent draws closer, Doug and Fr. Braun sit down to discuss how the spiritual practices associated with Lent –...
How to Form Strong Marriages

How to Form Strong Marriages

God has a profound design for the Sacrament of Marriage. Through it He provides the grace for every couple to continually draw closer to each other, to co-operate with Him in the creation and education of children, and to be a visible sign of His love to the world....
Beauty: The Great Evangelizer

Beauty: The Great Evangelizer

For centuries the Church has evangelized and catechized through beauty. We see this in the art of Michelangelo, the beautiful architecture of Notre Dame Cathedral, the Mass arrangements of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart… Robert Puschautz, artist in residence with the...
The Kerygma

The Kerygma

What if there was a tried and true way for effectively teaching the Catholic Faith? Elizabeth Slaten comes onto the St. Philip Institute Podcast to share her conviction that understanding the Kerygma is invaluable for fruitfully teaching, not just facts, but the...
Rediscover Confession

Rediscover Confession

For Catholics conversion is not simply a one-time event: we are called to a life of ongoing conversion. Fr. Braun and Doug sit down to discuss the importance of the Sacrament of Confession and how Christ has, through His Church, provided us with this opportunity of...
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