THE BEST CATHOLIC CONTENT. ALL IN ONE PLACE.
We are excited to announce that HNOJ has subscribed to a dynamic new online platform called FORMED. Every parishioner will have 24/7 access to the best Catholic content on any device, including your computer, smartphone and tablet with internet access. With FORMED you’ll find video programs that explain the Catholic faith, explore the deepest meaning of marriage, receive Bible studies on a variety of topics and includes inspiring audio talks. And you’ll find presenters like Dr. Tim Gray, Dr. Edward Sri, Dr. Mary Healey, Chris Stefanick, Dr. Scott Hahn, Bishop Robert Barron and a lot more. Think of it as "Catholic Netflix." It truly is the Catholic faith - on demand.
Here’s how easy it is to get FORMED:
Go to www.FORMED.org. You should see the registration box for parishioners. Type in the parish code: f7b246 (which is case sensitive). Then set up a username and a password. Now you are all set to use all the great programs on FORMED.org anytime by simply logging in.
Website: www.formed.org Parish Code: f7b246
With so many great choices it can be hard to know where to start. We have a couple of suggestions for you below. Begin with these or start watching, listening, or reading whatever interests you.
- Symbolon - Hosted by Dr. Ed Sri, this great series teaches the basics from the Creed. Watching the first episode is a great introduction to the series and what we profess as Catholics.
- Opening the Word - short videos with reflections on the Sunday readings. Great background on the gospel and more. Perfect preparation for Sunday Mass.
Audios - Catholic Lighthouse Media Talks
- The Lamb's Supper - Dr. Scott Hahn. See the Mass with new eyes and pray like never before during liturgy after listening to Dr. Hahn's scriptural review of the meaning of the Mass.
Sacraments in Scripture - Tim Gray. Ever wondered where in scripture you can find our seven sacraments? Ever been asked, "where in the Bible" the sacraments are found? Then this short, engaging read by Dr. Tim Gray is for you.
If you have any trouble logging in or any other questions, please contact Chris Kostelc via email or 763-745-3489.