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The Holy Goose?

So we do a weekly team learning session before our youth ministry staff meeting with the online site Formed. I've grown to love this program and highly recommend a number of series you should check out. If you're not on Formed yet, you really should be. It's kind of like the Netflix of Catholic content. There are winners and stinkers, but some definitely worth their digital weight in gold. The parish has purchased a subscription that makes Formed free for the community. Make your own account using the parish code D7B6CQ. Alright, I'll wait for you to get signed up.... Ok, now that you have your account set up, here are the top three series you should dive into. Seriously thought provoking an

St. Padre Pio

Hi! This is John Nemmer again. I would like to talk with you about St. Padre Pio, my second favorite saint. He was born in 1887, died in 1968, and was canonized by Saint Pope John Paul II. St. Padre Pio was born Francesco Forgione on May 25th, in Pietretcina Italy, to peasant farmers. He had 6 siblings but 2 of them died in infancy. As a child, he was very religious and by the age of 5, it is said that he decided to dedicate his life to God. St. Padre Pio was a really holy priest who was known for his piety and charity, as well as the stigmata, which has never been explained. He also could see and speak with Jesus, Mary, and his own guardian angel. St. Pio also saw the Devil, and was both

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