A NEW episode of School of Humanity! Suffering is never meant to be done alone…The redemptive aspect of suffering means that suffering *has to be done with others, specifically with the Lord first and foremost. If you suffer without Jesus, …
Rachel and Jason share their own struggles and victories with practicing NFP within their marriage and the insight they’ve received into their spiritual lives and trust in God. (Not a child friendly episode).
Highlighting the anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s Humanae Vitae (July 25), the Bulmans discuss controversial, but profound moments in Church history—including our Catholic beliefs on human sexuality and conjugal love. (Not a child friendly episode).
Rachel and Jason discuss 5 books that have helped them in their spiritual lives. The books are:
1. Benedictus, Ignatius Press
2. Searching for and Maintaining Peace, Fr. Jacques Philippe
3. The Discernment of Spirits, Fr. Timothy M. Gallagher, OMV…
Rachel and Jason discuss the spiritual reality of a cluttered heart, acedia’s role in letting clutter build up and give practical tips on identifying clutter and getting rid of it.
Rachel and Jason begin this two part series introducing the KonMari Method, recapping the first episode of Netflix’s, “Tidying Up” and share what decluttering and tidying up mean for the spiritual life.
Rachel and Jason continue to build on the vocations that they have been called to by following up the marriage and parenting with their pursuit of a vocation within their vocation – the permanent diaconate.
Rachel and Jason continue to unpack what their vocation has taught them about the heart of God and the personalistic norm in their lives as parents.
Rachel and Jason speak about their own marriage and how they have applied their initial call to holiness to their call to love one another through the Sacrament of Marriage.
Rachel and Jason take a hard look at the appearances of Jesus after the resurrection. What do these stories tell us? How do they invite us out of ourselves into closer union with our Risen Lord?