Saint Reflections for certain feast days of the Church will be offered regularly by Fr. Mike Ausperk and Tom Bonezzi. These are meant to highlight the life of a saint in the Church’s liturgical calendar and to assist in deepening one’s prayer life. They will be audio files (no video) that can easily be listened to at home, on the go, in your car or wherever and whenever. Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from One License with license #A-703527.
February 22 – Chair of St. Peter
February 10 – St. Scholastica
January 28 – St. Thomas Aquinas
January 21 – St. Agnes
December 25 – The Nativity of the Lord
Fourth Sunday of Advent
Third Sunday of Advent
Second Sunday of Advent & Immaculate Conception – December 8
First Sunday of Advent & St. Francis Xavier – December 3
St. Cecilia – November 22
St. Martin of Tours – November 11
St. Charles Borromeo – November 4
Sts. Simon and Jude – October 28
St. Teresa of Avila – October 15
St. Therese of Lisieux – October 1
St. Matthew – September 21
Exaltation of the Holy Cross – September 14
Saints among us and in the making – Remembering September 11, 2001
St. Monica – August 27
St. Bernard of Clairvaux – August 20
St. Maximilian Kolbe – August 14
St. Dominic – August 8
St. Ignatius of Loyola – July 31
A rich prayer life deepens one’s relationship with God. Every Christian is encouraged to discover and maintain a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, which is best attained through daily communication. Here are a few of the many resources available to help you discover new ways to encounter Christ.
FORMED.org is a revolutionary online platform featuring the best Catholic videos, audio talks, eBooks and movies from trusted partners like the Augustine Institute, St. Paul Center, Marian Fathers, Lighthouse Catholic Media, Ignatius Press and Word on Fire. Catechism and Personal Faith Formation are at the fingertips of every parishioner.
Our parish has purchased access for you to these resources.
Simply visit www.sfxmedina.formed.org. You will need to enter “44256” to search for our parish (not our parish name), then follow instructions from there.