God With Us Online
Hundreds of hours of free live and pre-recorded webinars, series, conferences and lectures for inquirers, the faithful, and catechists in video and audio format. This year we will also be working with the BECOMING BYZANTINE Catechist Podcast Team!
What is the meaning of Synodality in the Christian East? How are Eastern Catholic Churches called to faithfully follow the synodal way in Christ? Join us for these free and engaging discussions with the Becoming Byzantine Hosts, Fr. Daniel Dozier, Fr. Deacon Anthony Dragani, Robert Klesko, and Fr. Michael Winn!
The first two sessions can be viewed below:
Want to learn more about becoming a Byzantine Christian? Access 50+ VIDEOS based on the CHRIST OUR PASCHA CATECHISM!
Great for individuals or groups, including a Byzantine Catechumenate!
This series is intended for anyone who is:
- Interested in learning more about the Byzantine Christian patrimony of the Catholic Church.
- Visiting or attending regularly a Byzantine or Greek Catholic parish and is considering formally joining the Church through baptism or transfer.
- Already a Byzantine Christian who desires to go deeper into his or her faith and practice or to learn how to share this faith with others.
The celebration of baptism, chrismation and Eucharist together is not simply a practicality. These mysteries are closely connected and must be understood in light of each other. Using Scripture, Fr. Daniel will show us how these mysteries are not just a symbol, but truly make us the People of God.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the coming year will present many unique challenges to the religious formation of our children. Have no fear! Join experienced catechists Rita Basalla & Maria McKay for a practical discussion on how to make this unique catechetical year more fruitful than ever. There will be
“The love of husband and wife is the force that welds society together… Because when harmony prevails, the children are raised well, the household is kept in order, and neighbors, friends, and relatives praise the result. Great benefits, both of families and states, are produced. When it is otherwise, however,
In the Old Testament, Abraham and Sarah served three strangers not knowing they were messengers of God, setting an icon for us to demonstrate that in serving our neighbor, we serve the one who came to save us. Join us as we explore the importance of hospitality to others in