Have you ever encountered a convert to Catholicism who seems to know the Faith inside and out—more so than most Cradle Catholics? There is a major difference between those new(er) to Catholicism and those who have had the Faith the majority of their lives. After reading a book for new converts, “I’m Cathlic. Now What?” Richaél Luero realized that difference is a strong sense of wonder and an appetite for answers. Listen to learn the part wonder plays in your knowledge of your Faith, what you can gain from new converts, and how to reignite your spark for wonder in the Faith.
A life verse is powerful for many reasons. It can be the lynchpin to interior freedom when you feel stuck and bound up. It can fix your mind and heart on things above when your heart is restless. It can also ground you in God’s truth when life is difficult. So, what is it and how do you get one? Richaél Lucero tells you all about it in this episode. She also provides a detailed outline for you to discover your life verse and how it will help you thrive.
Wedding homilies are typically sweet, cute, and sometimes romantic. Have you ever heard one in which the celebrant unraveled the common misconceptions about what it means for wives to be *submissive* to their husbands? Listen as Richaél Lucero summarizes the highlights of the homily that did just that and how that message converted hearts to Christ.
Humility is essential to holiness. Listen as Richaél Lucero explains how the Litany of Humility assists us in growing in this foundational virtue. Don’t miss how she identifies the three types of intentions in this powerful litany and how each attacks pride. Plus, get some creative ideas for praying the Litany of Humility.
Ensure you have a firm foundation to your prayer life with a “Rule of Prayer.” This traditional model of daily prayer organizes your prayer time to promote quality over quantity. Its fruits are deep humility, and inner peace. Learn how to create your own with Richaél Lucero today.
In honor of St. Catherine of Siena's feast day, April 29th, we take a look a one of the many treasures we can learn from her—her abandonment to the divine will of God. Listen as Richaél Lucero peels back a tiny layer of the life of one of the four female Doctors of Church.
With Divine Mercy Sunday being this weekend, Richaél Lucero explores the message of Divine Mercy that Jesus gave to St. Faustina in the 1930’s. Plus, how to receive the graces promised on the feast of Divine Mercy Sunday (even under social distancing restrictions.)
There is a powerful event happening between Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday. It’s Jesus’ harrowing of Hades, also referred to as his descent into Hell. What happened there and why is it important? Find out now with Richaél Lucero.
Richaél Lucero looks at the events that proceed Holy Week and their themes to answer the question, should the faithful be somber or joyful during Holy Week? Listen as she hones in on the often overlooked theme of transition period between Lent and Holy Week.
Lent is a time of restoration. Our souls are being restored to better reflect the image of Christ. Enjoy the final episode of our 2020 Lenten series aimed at helping the faithful delve into the spirit of this season. Listen as Richaél Lucero concludes this series with a practical explanation of how we are to live out the last three beatitudes in order to be renewed images of Christ in the world.
In this episode Richaél Lucero keeps our eyes fixed on Christ by continuing the Lenten exploration of the beatitudes. Reflecting on the third, fourth, and fifth beatitudes, she links them with specific gifts of the Holy Spirit given to us at baptism to grow in each beatitude. Listen now and begin the discussion with Christ about which beatitude he wants to restore within you.
Richaél Lucero is continuing the Lenten exploration of the beatitudes. She is drawing connections between the beatitudes, theosis, “death to self,” and iconography to paint a detailed picture of the transformation Christ is calling us to this season. Listen in to ensure you can answer Jesus with a full heart.