The “who” and the “why” should always come before the “what” and the “how” of our faith.

The ChristLife Course leads us to discover, follow, and share Christ as faithful Catholic Christian believers and effective missionary disciples.

The Eucharistic Revival is designed to reawaken the Eucharistic Faith of the Catholic Church in America for many years to come.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church presents us with everything that is true, good, and beautiful about our Catholic Christian Faith. 

The Catechism of the Heart, its Compendium, and Catechism Notes are my personal commentaries on the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Convert Classes are not just for unbaptized people or non-Catholics. All of us could benefit from regularly revisiting the core teachings of our faith.

Religious Education for children prepares children to lead Catholic Christian lifestyles as they complete the sacraments of Christian Initiation. They also provide programs for confirmed youth, young adults, and adult parishioners. Please check with your local parish for information about their programs.

Educational Resources for Ongoing Faith Development

offers us many spiritual resources for our growth in faith, including its three-part catechism: My Catholic Faith, My Catholic Worship, and My Catholic Morals. Learning the Catechism teaches us how to fully embrace the Scripture and Tradition of our Catholic Christian Faith. Convert programs welcome people of good will into the fullness of our Catholic Christian faith. It also helps parishioners to enter more deeply into everything that is true, good, and beautiful about our Catholic Christian lifestyle. Spiritually, we are all works in process. Let us keep on growing each day in faith, hope, and love! provides a complete online religious education program for life-long learning. The eight-year grade school program prepares for Communion and Confirmation, with assessments after each lesson. This is especially helpful for students whose schedules make regular attendance at classes difficult. When used in conjunction with in-person learning from the Ignatius Press catechetical series, there really is no way for a student to ever miss a class. Finally additional online courses provide continuing religious education opportunities for after Confirmation and throughout life. These on-demand online courses fit everyone’s schedule, and faithfully promote the teachings of the Catechism of the Catholic Church in a very impressive way. After completing each chapter, people can gather to discuss the less and review the assessment questions and answers for further learning. and are two spiritual resources that will also help you understand our Catholic Christian faith better. Also, please check out as an additional spiritual resource for Catholic Christian marriage and family life. The more that we know Christ, the more we will want to know about him and his teachings. Our purpose in life is to know, love, and serve Christ, so that we may be happy with him both now and for all eternity. Christ gives meaning to our lives and reveals to us our true self. The ChristLife Course will introduce you to the Kerygma of our faith.  For further online learning opportunities, check out:,,,, and presents the Catechism of the Catholic Church through an AI (Artificial Intelligence) website. Ask it any question, and the answer from the Catechism of the Catholic Church will be shared with you in either simple, practical, or expert terms, as you request. The book form of the Catechism of the Catholic Church is supplemented by the Compendium to the Catechism of the Catholic Church and by the YouCat (Youth Catechism) for young adults. Many excellent faithful summaries of the Catechism of the Catholic Church are available, as noted above on this webpage. At the Marian Shrine in Champion, Wisconsin, the words of wisdom from Mary are very pertinent here: “Do not only go to Mass on Sunday – study the Catechism each day as well!” presents an even more extensive theological summary of authentic church teachings through another AI (Artificial Intelligence) website. Combined with, extensive research is just a few key strokes away for every Catholic Christian believer. With all the confusion and ambiguity in our times, this resource is invaluable. Please check it out for, as the Lord says, “the truth will set you free” from the lack of clarity in church teaching today. Whereas accesses the Catechism of the Catholic Church, is much broader in scope regarding other church teachings. Another help resource in this regard is, which is part of the Catholic Answers ministry of apologetics. explores faith, reason, and science from a Catholic Christian perspective. To access Rev. Robert Spitzer’s resource book, please click here. The mission of the Magis Center is to turn the rising tide of unbelief in our culture through contemporary, rational, and science-based evidence. The Magis Center seeks to restore, reconstruct, and revitalize belief in God, the transcendent dignity of every human person, the significance of virtue, the higher levels of happiness, love, freedom, and the real presence of Jesus Christ, through their scholarly books, institutes, and educational programs. is an online university of continuing education in all aspects of church teaching. The Institute of Catholic Culture is an adult catechetical organization, faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, and dedicated to the Church’s call for a new evangelization. Utilizing live events and self-paced online courses, the Institute of Catholic Culture provides a tuition-free continuing education program for adults maturing in their faith. Their motto is: “Know the faith. Love the faith. Live the faith.”-

What is the Kerygma? The Kerygma is the foundational narrative of Catholic Christianity which answers the essential core questions of all of our lives.

  • Why is there something instead of just nothing at all?
  • Why is our world so broken? Why are people so divided?
  • Is there any solution to all the problems that we face?
  • Do we have a role in making the world a better place?

The Answer. We are the question to which Jesus Christ is the answer. Although we were created, we were captured. But we were rescued, so that we could be restored. Please click here to learn more about Acts XXIX, so that you can be part of writing the next chapter of Church history. Ultimately, the Kerygma is the truth that will set you free from everything that holds you back from experiencing new life in Christ. Please click here for information about embracing a Catholic Christian lifestyle as a spiritual Plan of Life.

What is the Catholic Church? The Catholic Church is Evangelical but not Protestant. It is Orthodox, but not Greek or Russian. It is not denominational, but pre-denominational. It has believed, taught, preserved, defended, and died for the faith of the Apostles since the day of Pentecost which was nearly two thousand years ago. It was at Antioch that the followers of Jesus were first called Christians. But it was also at Antioch that Christians called themselves Catholics. Thus, we have been Catholic Christians from the first century A.D. Welcome to the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Christian Church! We are a faith community of prayer, learning, and service. So, come and join us intentional disciples of Christ! Looking upward in faith and moving forward in hope, we are leading onward in love to new life in Christ. Welcome to Catholic Christianity, founded by Jesus Christ for the salvation of the world!

As Catholic Christian believers . . .
we are Looking Upward in Faith, Moving Forward in Hope, and Leading Onward in Love
. . . to New Life in Christ!