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!

Spring 2024 God With Us Online Webinars

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February / March 2024

April 2024

May 2024

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!

Fall Online Webinar Schedule: 
2nd Thursday of the Month, 7-8pm, October-December 2023, starting October 12.


The first three 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.
Byzantine Christian Formation for Adults (or BCFA) refers to the use of both the Christ Our Pascha Catechism and the pre-recorded online presentations (webinars and lessons) of the Becoming Byzantine Series produced by Vineyard of the Lord Catholic Ministries with support from both the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute (MASI) and the Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Phoenix Department of Religious Education. It is now hosted by God With Us Online.

Previous Webinars

Baptized Into Christ

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.

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Catechesis in the Pandemic

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

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Crowned with Glory

“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,

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Cutting Away Thorns

Fasting at this time of year is a foreign concept to the world, but the Church knows that it is a sure means of preparing to celebrating the Feasts and great mysteries of our faith to the fullest. Join us as we discover a deeper “why” for fasting as we

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Dedicated to Fellowship

“You know that those who are supposed to rule over the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great men exercise authority over them. But it shall not be so among you; but whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among you

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Dying to Sin

Are we all called to askesis, or asceticism, or is it only the calling of a select few?  Join us this Great Lent as we learn from the great ascetics of the Church, discovering how to apply the practice of askesis in our own lives.

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Entertaining Angels

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

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For the Life of the World

“Man is a hungry being. But he is hungry for God. Behind all the hunger of our life is God. All desire is finally a desire for Him. To be sure, man is not the only hungry being. All that exists lives by ‘eating.’ The whole creation depends on food.

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Join us as we immerse ourselves in the study of Genesis, which St. Ephrem the Syrian called “the treasure house of the Ark, the crown of the Law.” With Saints Ephrem, John Chrysostom, Basil the Great & Gregory of Nyssa as our guides, we will dive deeply into the Sacred

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