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Catholic Faith At-home Resources

Since the pandemic has created changes to our routine, events and social opportunities, we hope you will  keep connected with your faith from  the comforts of your home through inspiring Catholic resources offered to you in the links below. 

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletters
Becky Ready

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter

5/2/2021

 
CATHOLIC FAITH AT HOME RESOURCES For St. Thomas More Parishioners
May 2
 
QUIZ: HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW
ABOUT THE EUCHARIST?
 
Are you smarter than a 2nd grader
It is amazing the information that we forget over time.
 
Take this quiz to see if you are still as sharp
as the day you received First Holy Communion.
 
Good luck! 
 
Click below for the quiz:
 
 
Join the FREE 2021
Theology of the Body
Virtual Conference!
 
April 30 - May 2
 
 
The TOB Virtual Conference will feature 80+
of the most prominent Catholic speakers and artists.
 
Experience talks from
Christopher West,
Scott Hahn,
Fr. Donald Calloway,
Jason Evert,
Jackie Francois,
Dr. Edward Sri,
Fr. Jacques Philippe,
Sr. Bethany Madonna
and many more!
 
 
Last year, more than 77,000 men and women from 160 countries
registered for the inaugural TOBVC,
making it the largest Catholic Conference in 2020!
 
This 2021 conference will be available worldwide
between Friday, April 30, 2021, at 12PM EDT
to Sunday, May 2, 2021, at Midnight.
 
For more info and to register, click the link below:
 
 
 
May Digital Disciples’ Night
Thursday May 6 From 8-9PM EST
 
Who do you say that He is?
Our world has a lot to say about who Jesus is.
All of these opinions and noise can distract us from who He actually is.
 
At this upcoming Disciples’ Night, Debbie Herbeck will be sharing her personal confrontation with this question, as well as her story of conversion from Judaism to Catholicism.
 
No need to register. Just click the button below on May 6 when it's time to start.
 
 
Singer Andrea Bocelli
Says Catholic Faith is the “Reason for Life”
 
Journalist Colm Flynn recently interviewed Andrea Bocelli how his Catholic faith influences his work and his personal life.
 
Bocelli was born with congenital glaucoma,
causing blindness at age 12.
The singer explains that he never expected his success,
and attributes it to a “grand design.”
 
Bocelli, who performed for three popes,
later explains his long-held passion for his Catholic faith.
 
“For me, I can say [my Catholic faith] is the reason for life. 
Because life, even if it lasts 100 years,
is so insignificant when you compare it to eternity.
If life did not exist–an eternal life–life after life–
then everything would lose all meaning."
 
Flynn then asks, “I read once a quote from you that said,
‘Everyone has a destiny, but destiny is God’.
What did you mean by that?”
 
“Whoever puts his life in the hands of the one who created it, who wants him, desires and loves him, puts their life in good hands.”
 
Click below to read more about this incredible singer:
 
 
 
Click below to watch a video of Bocelli's story:
 
 
 
 
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