FORMED: An Excellent Way to Learn Our Faith
Looking for a quick and entertaining way
to learn more about our Catholic Faith?
You're in luck! Saint Agnes has invested in FORMED.org, which is essentially Catholic Netflix and more. You'll find a ton of excellent, informative, high-production-value resources to learn about your faith today!
Sign Up for Your FREE Account
Go to formed.org/signup
Select your parish
Register with your name and email address
Check that email account for a link to begin using FORMED
FORMED has created a series of videos to guide parishioners through logging in, signing up, and using the platform. Watch them here.
What Will I Find There?
A visit to FORMED is like a visit to the media zoo: All sorts of wonderful things in various shapes and sizes await you: There are short videos, full length feature films, Bible Studies, books, podcasts, lecture series, music, and more... all free!
What's on Tap? What Do You Recommend and Where Should I Start?
Good question! It's a little overwhelming at first, isn't it? We'd recommend the following as a good place to begin:
- CATHOLICISM by Bishop Robert Barron. (Found under the "Exploring the Catholic Faith" heading.) Number one with a bullet. Each of these 10 gorgeous videos has something for both your heart and your head, and you're sure to finish knowing and loving God and our faith more than before you started.
- Forgiven and Beloved (Found under the "Sacramental Preparation" heading.) Forgiven is a fantastic series on Confession and Reconciliation which will restore your Faith in God's mercy and lead to a deeper appreciation of the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Beloved is ideal for married couples young and old, and especially for those preparing for marriage. Learn more about making your marriage a Sacrament of God's love.
- Any of the Dr. Scott Hahn Apologetics audio recordings. Dr. Hahn is brilliant and beloved in Catholic Scripture circles. Not to be missed.
- Because God Is Real by Dr. Peter Kreeft (Found in the Books Section.) Dr. Kreeft has the uncanny ability to describe our faith in a down-to-earth way which is both clear and beautiful.