SPEAKING OF SAINTS
Susan Conroy reflects on her friendship with Mother Teresa to show us how we can learn from her example of holiness.Rent $2.99Buy $14.99
Long-time friend of Mother Teresa, Susan Conroy examines what we can learn from the life of Mother Teresa about the virtue of faith.
Susan Conroy looks at Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta's profound charity and what we can learn from it.
Susan Conroy explains Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta's humility.
Susan Conroy looks at how Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta dealt with suffering.
Susan Conroy looks at the profound holiness of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta and what we can learn from it.
PRAYER IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES PT. 1
Susan Conroy, long-time friend of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, examines how she looked at prayer in our everyday lives.
PRAYER IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES PT. 2
Host Susan Conroy continues her look into how Teresa of Calcutta viewed prayer in our everyday lives.
OUR LADY PT.1
As Catholics, we believe that the Blessed Virgin is Queen of Heaven and Earth. Susan Conroy shows how many of the saints approached instead as a mother. Mary is indeed our mother, wanting all the best for us until we are brought safely home to heaven.
OUR LADY PT.2
Many saints had a strong devotion to the Blessed Virgin. Susan Conroy explains how Christ wants to establish devotion to His mother and Her Immaculate Heart. She provides the help and inspiration for us to overcome the trials in our daily lives.
THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST PT. 1
Susan Conroy shows that Christ gave us the Eucharist out of His deep love for us. We need to realize its power and give to the Eucharist our deep love, respect and adoration.
THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST PT. 2
Susan Conroy demonstrates that the Eucharist fills us with every grace and blessing possible if we receive worthily.
HEAVEN PT. 1
To attain heaven, we must become holy as Christ is holy, for it is only in this state that we can stand before God. Susan Conroy explains there are many ways to attain holiness.
HEAVEN PT. 2
We were made to live with God forever but we must choose to do so. Susan Conroy explains that our everyday lives determine where we will spend eternity.