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15 Things to Do in the Midst of Suffering, by Jeff Cavins

Suffering is a mystery we all face at some time in our lives. Whether it is physical, emotional, or spiritual, it may test our faith. Internationally known speaker Jeff Cavins shares personal insights he gained through his own physical pain. He shows us how we can join our sufferings with those of Jesus on the Cross, bringing renewed meaning to the suffering we experience in our lives.

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Audio Retreats, from Creighton University

A collection of online audio retreats given by various Jesuit priests and based on Ignatian spirituality. Several are themed for Lent and Advent. Available as free downloads.

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Making Sense Out of Suffering, by Scott Hahn

Scripture scholar and lay theologian, Dr. Scott Hahn, makes sense out of suffering by drawing from the wisdom and insight of God’s Word. He helps us find the meaning of our suffering by showing us how to unite it to the suffering of Christ on the Cross. (Also available on

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Suffering, by Fr. Damian Ference

Fr. Damian Ference, popular Catholic writer, speaker, and professor at Borromeo College Seminary in Cleveland, shares his insights into the mystery of suffering. With moving personal stories and inspiring conviction, Fr. Damian reveals the depth of divine love as shown by his willingness to embrace the very human experience of suffering. (Also available on

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We Must Go Out: the Sacrament of Confirmation by Fr. Mike Schmitz

In this talk, Fr. Mike Schmitz addresses this concerning trend in the Catholic Church with honesty, energy, and humor. Focusing on the true nature of Confirmation, Fr. Mike challenges ALL Catholics to see this sacrament not as a “graduation” from the Church, but as a commissioning by the Holy Spirit to go out into the world and proclaim the Gospel.

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What Every Couple Should Know about Marriage and Prayer, by Fulton Sheen (

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, illuminates the path by focusing on the essential role that prayer must play in every marriage. 

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