Free (or almost free) Resources for Personal Faith Formation

Yesterday I had the pleasure of being interviewed on Relevant Radio‘s morning show. It was an absolute blast!

I’m not one to listen to the radio while I work (I get distracted waaaaaaay too easily), so I usually only catch bits and pieces of radio shows in the car.

But for the last couple of weeks I’ve been listening to Morning Air and what has impressed me the most is the welcoming tone and understanding that we are all broken people. That ought to teach me not to pre-judge 🙂

So here’s a quick list of a few free places for you to go to help you keep God at the center of your day:

  1. Relevant Radio – listen online for free. Just click the upper right corner to launch.
  2. Catechism in a Year – Sign up for the email at the link and you will receive a little bit of the Catechism every day for the next year. I’ve signed up for this year after year and I still learn new stuff every time.
  3. – Ok, this is only free if your parish has a membership, but otherwise is only $7 per month for individuals. I love this site because many churches do not have adult education available, but Formed has many programs that you can self-study. I highly recommend starting with the Eucharist. So call your parish office to see if they have the code for you.
  4. Dynamic Catholic – If books are more your forte, Dynamic Catholic offers paperback books if you just pay shipping – about $6 per book. Also check to see if your parish has a bookshelf somewhere back there from which to borrow books.

What free resources do you tap on a regular basis to grow your Catholic faith? Share below so we can all see!

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