In a continuation of themes from the previous episode of Mission of Love (“Light in a Dark World”), Episode 8: “Home for […]
In this ninth and final episode of Mission of Love, learn why the Church is a mother, teacher, comforter, guide, and even a family of faith! Though human sin exists, we call upon the Church’s wisdom, the Sacraments, and support of faith. If we choose to embrace the mission of love, then we will sometimes live as minorities in our Catholic practice — with different values than our surrounding culture. But we can respond to the call of Christ, by choosing lives of faith, hope, charity, joy, service, and mission.
The NET TV original program, Mission of Love is based on the catechesis for the 2015 World Meeting of Families.
Mission of Love takes into the lives of couples and families: their ups and downs, struggles and joys, laughter and tears. The series explores the mystery of marriage and family life with humor, insight and profundity.
The family is a school of love, forgiveness, mutual respect, patience, and humility in the midst of a world darkened by selfishness. […]
How can priests, nuns, or consecrated lay people discover their vocational identity as part of a family? “All Love Bears Fruit” is […]
Family has been described as the foundation of all other communities… the “domestic church.” “Creating the Future” is the fifth episode in […]
How does a marriage survive… and thrive? “Two Become One” (watch above) is the fourth episode in the NET series Mission of […]
The namesake of the series Mission Of Love focuses on the “sending-off” of married couples — a mission that starts with a […]
The third episode asks the question: Is there sex in the Bible? “Spiritual & Natural” looks at the Church’s teaching on spousal love […]
Featuring candid, real-life perspective from married couples, Biblical exegesis from Msgr. John Strynkowski, S.T.D. (Diocese of Brooklyn), and catechetical commentary from Dr. […]