Beginning the Journey
Does God Exist? 4 New Arguments
God vs. Atheism: Which is More Rational?
God and Suffering
Growing in Belief and Knowledge
Loyola Press offers a three-minute daily retreat with Scripture, music, and images.
In The Real Story, Edward Sri and Curtis Martin break open the Word to examine how all these pieces fit together into one cohesive narrative—a story of how, little by little, God has drawn His people into closer union with Himself, culminating in the coming of Jesus Christ and the establishment of His Church. Through a closer study of the key characters and events in the larger biblical narrative, Sri and Martin show that the Bible ultimately isn’t a collection of disjointed stories, but an epic saga of God’s infinite love for us and His perfect plan for our salvation since the beginning of time.
Have you ever read the entire Bible? You can now. Here’s the Bible that shows you how. My Daily Catholic Bible, Revised NAB Edition offers a reading plan that divides all of Sacred Scripture into 365 segments, one for each day of the year; features two small, manageable readings for each day, one from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament; offers an insightful quote from a saint for every day.
"It's a moral jungle out there," writes Peter Kreeft. In Making Choices he describes why we find decision-making so difficult and living with our choices even harder. With penetrating wisdom, good humor, and common sense, Peter Kreeft draws a map through the everyday jungle of moral choices, one simple enough for the believer and convincing enough for the skeptic. This book clears a straight road through the thorny jungles of skewed modern thinking about the way to live, and does do with the easy brilliance, impish insight, and searching simplicity that have become Peter Kreeft's special trademarks.
Jesus Calling is a devotional filled with uniquely inspired treasures from heaven for every day of the year. After many years of writing in her prayer journal, missionary Sarah Young decided to listen to God with pen in hand, writing down whatever she believed He was saying to her. It was awkward at first, but gradually her journaling changed from monologue to dialogue. She knew her writings were not inspired as Scripture is, but journaling helped her grow closer to God. Others were blessed as she shared her writings, until people all over the world were using her messages. They are written from Jesus’ point of view, thus the title Jesus Calling. It is Sarah’s fervent prayer that our Savior may bless readers with His presence and His peace in ever deeper measure.
At a time when so many people are spiritually disillusioned and searching for ways to live, love, work, and play that nurture the soul rather than destroy it, Matthew Kelly once again delivers a powerful book that encourages us in our weariness, challenges us in our comfort, and invites us to rediscover the beautiful possibilities God places before us daily. Rediscover Jesus is a profound invitation to seek deeply personal answers to our deeply personal questions. Each page seems to effortlessly reach into every aspect our lives, providing spiritual wisdom and practical insights that help us to know both Jesus and ourselves in a new way. Some books find us at just the right time, and those books change our lives forever. Rediscover Jesus is one of those books.
Kairos is a Greek word that means the “right or opportune moment” and they work to bring as many young people as possible into full human and spiritual maturity, and to partner with Christian communities to accomplish these goals.
Teens Encounter Christ (TEC) is an offering to youth and young adults to experience of the Paschal Mystery of Jesus. Through evangelization and catechesis, this intergenerational movement facilitates spiritual growth of youth and young adults with a community of adult mentors. TEC calls forth one’s goodness for service in the Church and world.
In youth groups, youth live out their common foundation of faith in God in a relational community. Youth groups provide a way to live out our purpose - not only as individuals, but also as a collective group of believers - with the purpose being to become more like Jesus in every area of our lives.
Jeff Cavins has developed the Great Adventure Catholic Bible study program, which is designed in such a way that anyone can make sense of the Bible and experience the life-changing power of God’s Word. There are adult, teen, middle school, and kids resources. There is also the Great Adventure Bible Timeline Learning System which does the following:
- It Simplifies the Bible by focusing on fourteen narrative books that tell the story of Scripture, from beginning to end.
- It Divides the Story into twelve time periods that act like chapters in salvation history.
- It ties all of Scripture together by following God’s “family plan” from Adam and Eve to Christ and the Church.
- It makes it Easy to Remember by color-coding each of the time periods.
Founded on the scripture texts "Be still and know that I am God ( Ps 46:11)" and "My house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples (Is 56:7)" , Christ's Peace House of Prayer strives to offer Christ's peace to people of all religious backgrounds who are seeking prayerful refuge and sacred solitude. The mission of Christ's Peace House of Prayer is to foster prayer, renewal, and spiritual growth, and to pray for the needs of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas, the Church at large, and the world in the Catholic Tradition.
Intensive Spiritual Growth
The Ignatian Spirituality Center of Kansas City’s mission is to assist people of varied faith traditions to explore and deepen their relationships with God in Jesus Christ. The Center bases its ministry on the Spiritual Exercises and spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
The Apostles of the Interior Life Spiritual Mentorship Program, through School of Faith, is a program that aims to form Spiritual Mentors to serve as guide and companion to others on their journey to holiness. It is designed for Catholics who have a desire to develop a deep prayer and sacramental life, a desire to increase their knowledge of the Catholic faith, a desire to grow in the virtues and a desire to help others do the same.