Spiritual Resources

Life with Christ is a wonderful adventure.

Pope Saint John Paul II

Here at Two Rivers Catholic, we want to provide you with continually updated resources to help you deepen your faith life as you journey with Christ. You will find links to websites where you will find many different videos, podcasts, and articles to peruse, as well as highlighted talks and articles that we have found fruitful in our own adventures with Christ.

Prime Matters

Prime Matters exists to awaken the Catholic imaginative vision in Catholics and all people of goodwill. They have a variety of articles, podcasts, and videos applying our Catholic faith to various disciplines, professions, and current events. One great podcast is this one on the interior life by Msgr. Thomas J. Richter.

ACTS XXIX

ACTS XXIX is a Catholic apostolate aimed at encouraging and equipping leaders for mission to bring the lost back. Read “Thoughts from the Trailer,” the ACTS XXIX blog.

Saint Stories for Kids

Passing on the faith to the next generation, Saint Stories for Kids comes out with a new short story every week about the Saints. Listen to this weeks story now!

Praying from the Heart

When we pray, we have to make sure we are engaging the Lord with our whole hearts. In this video, Franciscan Friar of the Renewal Fr. Mark-Mary shares how we can do this better.

Bible in a Year

Fr. Mike Schmitz walks you through the entire Bible in 365 episodes, providing commentary, reflection, and prayer along the way. With this podcast, you won’t just read the Bible in a year … you’ll finally understand how all the pieces of the Bible fit together to tell an amazing story that continues in your life today!

Websites

FORMED gives you access to thousands of Catholic videos, audios and ebooks. On Demand anytime, anywhere! This online platform has rich, catholic content for all ages.
Ascension produces quality podcasts, videos, articles, and study materials to answer many of your faith related questions.
The Catholic Icing Website helps your family live liturgically by providing Catholic crafts and activities that coincide with the liturgical year.