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Let your Kingdom Come: Reflections on Adoration

Last edited 17th August 2017

“Your Kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.” Mt 6:10.


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Let them Come to me: Reflections of a Small Group Leader

Last edited 17th August 2017

Over the past five years, I’ve had the pleasure of being a small group leader at Ignite Conference. I’ve seen many faces and had the chance to share many people’s experiences. A few years ago, I was a small group leader for a group of year 12 guys. There were about 13 or so and for the first few sessions conversation was slow and shallow but eventually they began to open up and share about their lives and the journey they were going on over Conference.


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Ascension Roundtable - The Do’s and Don’ts of Catholic Fundraising

Last edited 2nd July 2017

There is always a great cause to fundraise for but what is the best approach in this podcast from Ascension presents they interview Brice Sokolowski from He’s going to tell you why you should fundraise (hint—it’s not just about the money), and how you can avoid some Catholic fundraising pitfalls he’s seen fail again and again.


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Bishop Barron on the Sacrament of Confirmation

Last edited 12th May 2017

BISHOP BARRON: One of the greatest privileges I have as a bishop is the opportunity to preside at the sacrament of Confirmation. I want to share with you in this video some of the key ideas in the latest iteration of my Confirmation sermon. To Learn more visit

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God Doesn’t Owe You Anything

Last edited 20th April 2017

When we’re going through hard times, it’s easy to think we deserve better from God. In this video, Fr. Mike uses a compelling story from the book of Daniel to exemplify the challenging but proper response to adversity. As tough as it may be, finding a way to thank God no matter the situation is a sure way to holiness.

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Holy Thursday Explained

Last edited 13th April 2017

Holy Thursday is the commemoration of the Last Supper of Jesus Christ, when he established the sacrament of Holy Communion prior to his arrest and crucifixion. It also commemorates His institution of the priesthood. The holy day falls on the Thursday before Easter and is part of Holy Week. Jesus celebrated the dinner as a Passover feast. Christ would fulfil His role as the Christian victim of the Passover for all to be saved by His final sacrifice.


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Good Friday: The Meaning of the Cross

Last edited 13th April 2017

Many people wonder, and even become angry, about God’s ways. In this video for Good Friday, Fr. Mike explains why God’s answers often seem like contradictions to us. While Jesus dying on the Cross makes no sense according to human wisdom, according to God’s perfect wisdom?,? the Cross answers all our most burning questions in a way only God can answer them.


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He Arose | An Igniter Original

Last edited 30th March 2017

Experience the moments leading up to Jesus' crucifixion in a new way that makes the Easter story, frozen in time, more real today.


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Acedia: The Noonday Devil

Last edited 26th March 2017

Fr. Mike Schmitz delivers a timely video in the midst of our Lenten journey as he explores the ancient concept of acedia. This temptation tends to come in the middle of the day and can obscure our resolve by distracting us from God’s purpose for us. While even great saints were tempted by it, the remedy is something we can all receive with a little faith.

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Going to Confession

Last edited 13th March 2017

by Sister Mary Benedicta Maier, RSM


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