Have you heard of Catholic Hip-Hop? Father Masseo, with
the assistance of Bay area, California rapper AMC (Arturo
Cruz), wanted to reach out to youth, and so a hip-hop
outreach was born. Various music videos were produced
with the message of peace and non-violence.
Today Found Nation family brings the Truth of the Faith
to even broader horizons such as World Youth Day twice
and all over many major cities in the States. Consisting
of Catholic hip-hop artists and evangelists committed to
the New Evangelization they reach the unchurched, those
that live in the hood, troubled youth and young adults.
To know more and to enjoy authentic Catholic hip-hop
visit: foundnationfamily.com. To watch the Shalom World
TV program BEATS which features Fr. Masseo Gonzales
(El Padrecito) and his hip-hop group as they share their
commitment to New Evangelization visit: shalomworld.org/
Hallow is a Catholic prayer app that offers guided meditation sessions to help grow in our faith and find peace in God. Explore over 500 different sessions on contemplative prayer, meditation, Catholic Bible readings, music, and more. In today’s world stress, anxiety and lack of sleep are growing problems and the search for deeper meaning, purpose, & relationship. We believe these two challenges can be addressed with the same solution—Peace in Christ. Hallow is being used by Catholic schools, parishes, employers, families, priests, and Bishops across the world. For more information visit: hallow.com
A father—the head of the household, as Saint
Paul says—has a crucial role and responsibility in
his family, not only materially, but spiritually. This
is no outdated biblical cliché, but a biological,
sociological, and metaphysical reality that we, too
often, fail to recognize. The example of a father can
leave an indelible imprint on the character of his
In Because of Our Fathers, twenty-three Catholics—
including Patrick Madrid, Abby Johnson, Bishop Joseph Strickland, Father
Paul Scalia, Jesse Romero, Anthony Esolen, Father Rocky, Christopher
Check, and Father Gerald Murray—give portraits of their own fathers as
conduits and models of Christian love. Ranging from the heroic to the
ordinary, these powerful testimonies will inspire men to consider more
deeply the amazing privilege that God has given them—to become, despite
their imperfection, a living image of our Father in Heaven.
The introduction and conclusion by editor Tyler Rowley serve as a wake-up
call. Illustrating the Church’s teaching on fatherhood with current research
on the family, he makes clear the urgent need for men to take the Godgiven, grace-filled task of raising children seriously. For more information
visit: ignatius.com. Also available for purchase at Amazon.com
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