On behalf of Archbishop Lori, we hope that At Home with Your Faith will help you and your family live your Catholic faith and grow closer to Christ in these challenging times. Be assured of our prayers as you embrace the sacrifices and the graces of this new way of living our faith in the domestic church, your home. Please CONTACT US with any questions, concerns, and suggestions.
Hosted by Sr. Miriam, Michelle Benzinger, and Heather Khym, Abiding Together (podcast) provides a place of connection, rest and encouragement for those on the journey of living out their passion and purpose in Jesus Christ.
Hosted by Katie Prejean McGrady, the Ave Explores podcast features interviews by Catholics on a range of contemporary issues.
Resources, reflections, fellowship, and prayer – Blessed is She is a sisterhood that desires two things: prayer + community.
Busted Halo is a ministry of The Paulist Fathers and connects the faith to the world around us through articles, videos, and podcasts.
The Catholic Stuff You Should Know podcast is one of the most-downloaded and longest-running Catholic podcasts. It is hosted by four priests, who describe it as a “lighthearted explorations into various prominent and obscure Catholic topics.”
Fr. Mike Schmitz with Ascension Presents answers questions about faith, pop culture, and today’s headlines.
Dedicated to “proclaiming Christ in the culture” and lead by Bishop Robert Barron, Word on Fire is full of videos and other resources to answer questions and inspire.
Hallow was created by young adults who desired to grow in their prayer life through contemplative prayer. The app offers different types, lengths and even prayer challenges. There are both free and paid versions.
The daily Mass readings can connect you more fully to the Scriptures and the larger Church community. The readings can be found for free on the USCCB website but these publishers offer the readings and a daily reflection.
Liturgy of the Hours is the Universal prayer of the Church that is prayed throughout the day by priests, nuns, religious, and laity. These prayers can be accessed for free through the iBreviary App and Universalis.
Catholic convert, writer, speaker, podcaster, wife, and bookish mama of four who blogs about how they live the liturgical year, starting with the Feast of Michaelmas.
Catholic wife and mother’s blog about how her family lives their faith (with lots of fasting and feasting) in the “bonkers world we live in.”
Recipes for celebrating the feasts and seasons of the liturgical year.
Colorful, crafty single mom with fabulous fun Catholic craft and baking ideas.
A whole library of resources designed to help Catholic Families teach and love the Catholic Faith, including a free daily podcast for families.
Crafts, activities, and ideas to celebrate the liturgical year.
Faith formation ideas for Catholic teachers, homeschoolers, and catechists- crafts, lessons, and printables on Sacraments, Scripture, and Prayer.
Homeschooling Catholic mom offers a glimpse of her family’s life and their devotion to St. Therese as they live the liturgical year.
Witness to Love is offering a monthly date night for couples featuring a short talk and discussion questions. It is a great way to spend intentional time with your spouse.
This marriage summit had over 70 presentations by some of the most sought-after Catholic speakers in the country. With the all-access pass you and your spouse are able to download all of the talks and a journal to follow along. Any of these talks would make a great date night.
Ablaze Family Ministries offers different series that engage parents and their children and teens in important conversations about faith and life.
Join Ever and Soren Johnson’s weekly e-mail list to make your home “a little taste of Heaven.”
The Grotto Network creates playlists on Spotify that are inspired by the lives of the saints. These playlists don’t necessarily feature religious music but can encourage you to pray with the saints throughout your day. Follow Grotto on Spotify to get the most up-to-date playlists.
Why do priests wear different colors at Mass? Print, color, and find out why with these vestments. Sign in for free and scroll down to download.
Pray for your parish priest. Let him know you are grateful for his service to the Church and that you are praying for him.
St. John Vianney is the patron saint of parish priests. Pray for vocations to the priesthood and religious life.
Watch Episode Five of The Chosen, The Wedding Gift (The beginning of Jesus’s public ministry.)
Make some French food in honor St. John Vianney or go all out with this St. John Vianney feast, complete with a Cure of Ars cake.