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Reflections with Fr. Mike Schmitz: Everybody's Working: Not What, But How (July 21)

When Jesus steps into your boat, He may call you to leave your nets and follow Him. But He also might call you to stay with your nets and follow Him. You may not be called to a new what, but Jesus calls you to a new how.

Word On Fire: 5 Reasons We Don’t Evangelize (July 21)

Have you ever had an opportunity to share your faith but opted to remain quiet? There are several reasons why we might shy away from these grace-filled moments. In this episode of the Word On Fire Show, Bishop Barron teaches us how to overcome the hurdles of evangelization and let loose our missionary potential. The listener question comes from an Australian medical student who wants to know how we can evangelize in our everyday settings.

Reflections with Fr. Mike Schmitz: Everybody's Working: Not What, But Who (July 14)

We can place so much emphasis on what kind of job we have or what kind of work we do that we lose sight of what it is that gives work dignity. Human work had dignity because of the fact that human beings, made in God’s image and acting as His coworkers, are doing the work.

Word On Fire: How Bishop Barron Reads and Writes (July 14)

Do you ever wish you could read more books? Have you ever thought about writing articles at the professional level or authoring your own book? Bishop Robert Barron has read a library’s worth of texts, written fifteen books, and composed thousands of short works. In this episode of the Word on Fire Show, Bishop Barron offers helpful advice on how to improve your performance in the language arts.

Reflections with Fr. Mike Schmitz: Everybody's Working: Called to Work (July 7)

If work is about me, then it will always involve fruitless and pointless toil. But if work is about responding to a call outside or myself…if it is about responding to a need outside of myself…then work is free to simply “be work”. And we can cease to look to work for validation, identity, and meaning.

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