Our Philosophy

The philosophy behind our work here at the RCSpirituality Center is simple: We believe that God wants to touch and transform every corner of your soul, and we want to provide quality resources to help make that happen. That’s why we group our products into four key categories: pray, learn, grow, and go.

  • The “Pray” category reaches into your spiritual life and gives you tools to keep fresh your relationship with God.
  • The “Learn” category addresses your mind, trying to help you expand and deepen your knowledge of God’s plan for the world, the Church, and your own life.
  • The “Grow” category looks to move your willpower, inspiring you not only to pray and think about living life to the full, but to work hard on actually growing in wisdom and virtue.
  • Finally, the “Go” section points to creative ideas, models, and opportunities for obeying Christ’s  command to “go and make disciples of all nations” – a mission that every one of us is called to join as the very best way to love our neighbors as ourselves. Those four sectors embody what we in Regnum Christi call “integral formation.”

Click around our site. Explore our resources. Send us your questions and suggestions, and sign up now for your free account, so that you don’t miss out on our constantly expanding menu of services designed to help you keep first things first, so you can truly live your life to the full: “I came that they might have life, and have it more abundantly” (John 10:10).

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 Join us for Advent with the Saints!

Thank you! We look forward to sharing these daily Advent audio reflections by Fr. John Bartunek, LC with you during Advent!

 

Look for your daily emails to start on Sunday, November 29th.

 

Each morning, you will receive a free daily email featuring a short and inspiring Advent audio reflection from Uncle Eddy about a saint (written and recorded by Fr. John Bartunek, LC). Each saint will inspire you to live Advent to the full this year.

 

We pray that these short reflections will help you keep God in focus this Advent.

 

In Christ,

 

The RCSpirituality Team