Air Maria has posted more of the Courage Conference videos, here. They are available to download as videos or audio-only mp3’s , just in case you want to download them and listen in the car! Every one of these is worth watching. Please take the time, especially if you couldn’t make it to the Courage/EnCourage Conference.
In addition to Bishop Daniel Thomas’ talk “Coraggio!,” the following videos have been posted. For those I don’t expound on here, look for summaries in future postings:
Fr. Paul Check, For When I am Weak, Then I am Strong.
The video leads off with the first ten minutes introducing episode one of the five-part Courage series that is being produced for EWTN. Then Fr. Check talks about the media projects: The five-part EWTN series, the book to be published by Sophia press, the newly designed and upgraded website, The Desire of the Everlasting Hills documentary film, and the rewriting of the Courage handbook. Fr. Check also announces that he is looking for a priest to fill the role of associate director. Finally, Fr. Check shares a reflection on the virtues of charity and humility, focusing on the humility of St. Paul, expressed in his 1st letter to the Corinthians.
St. Charles Lwanga and his twenty-one Companions are the patron saints of the Courage ministry. Fr. Philip has researched our patron saint and his companions, and shares their moving story, in the year of their 50th anniversary.
Dr. Helen Alvaré, What if We Took Pope Francis at His Word?
Dr. Alvaré is the founder of Women Speak for Themselves, and a professor of Law at George Mason University. In this talk, Dr. Alvaré discusses the practical and legal implications on the family, of the legal decisions that are being handed down in courts across the country.
Fr. Joseph Koterski, S.J., The Christian Meaning of Human Sexuality.
Andrew Comiskey, Judge Not? Clarifying a New Testament Understanding of Judgment.
Fr. Don Timone, Coming Down from the Mountain.
Courage’s new documentary, Desire of the Everlasting Hills, followed by panel discussion with Fr. Check, Paul, Rilene, and Dan.