Called to More launches a new resource: ‘Living Faith’

by | 8 Feb, 2024 | Church, News

Called to More is Ireland’s most-watched Catholic media apostolate.  This faith inspired initiative has released a new free resource “Living Faith” – a five-week video and discussion series for those who want to move from the crowds to truly be a disciple of Jesus.  Presented by Father Columba Jordan CFR, each week focuses on an “essential aspect of the faith”: prayer, sacraments, formation, community and apostolate.

Katie Ascough (pictured), founder of Called to More, said, “Living Faith is the perfect resource for a university chaplaincy, a group in a parish or even a bunch of friends.  The idea was born from conversations we had with priests and bishops who were looking for more resources, particularly for their young adults’ groups.  We had already been talking about filming a series in this space, and these conversations were the final prompting.  We started fundraising and writing the content, and a few months later filmed the five-part series with Father Columba.

“We hope this free resource will fill Catholics with a renewed sense of purpose and excitement in living their faith, and encourage them to get out there and share the Gospel!”

Father Columba, presenter of Living Faith, said, “This five-week series is about helping young people to move from the crowds to truly being a disciple of Jesus.”

The Living Faith videos are accompanied by guides to help any group pick this up and run it themselves.  The guides include a step-by-step breakdown of how to run the series with a group, recommended questions to ask for the discussions, and some suggested goals for each participant to choose from.

To derive the full benefit from the videos, participants are encouraged to share a meal as part of each hour-long session, and engage in discussion and set goals to encourage growth in one’s spiritual life.

For further information see https://www.calledtomore.org/living-faith

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