The formation series offered by Kapaun's Men are designed to help spur discussion among men about practical and pertinent spiritual matters. Based on Father Kapaun's life and spirituality, the videos are open to men of all levels. With great topics for discussion and weekly challenges, they are sure to make a lasting impression.
"As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace." (1 Peter 4:10). Indeed, everything we have is a gift from God that is given to help us return to heaven. Much more than focusing on money, this video introduces a spirituality of Stewardship tha...
Through hospitality, the first pillar of Stewardship, we become a visible sign of Christ's love for others. This video shares the story of Kevin Rathert, who was in need of a double-organ transplant due to a rare disease, and how through the generosity of another family he was able to come to kno...
Prayer changes things. Bishop Shawn McKnight shares why commitment to the second Pillar of Stewardship, prayer, is necessary for a Christian Disciple, and how Perpetual Adoration allows us an extended moment where we can quiet ourselves down and listen to our Lord. Sign me up! (9 minutes)
Father John Lanzrath and Joe Farris discuss how spending our time in prayer orders the rest of our lives, how Father Kapaun stayed close to the Lord on the battlefield, and how prayer is like going to the gym.
Christian formation is about equipping us for our eternal destiny: heaven. This story focuses on one football team that seeks to form its players to be great Catholic men, and how one former player in particular made a lasting impact on future players and on the world at large.
Father Lanzrath and Joe Farris explore the importance of brotherhood and the family to formation and our ultimate goal of getting to heaven. Father Kapaun encouraged his men to bond together to keep their hope alive in the Prisoner of War camp.
The fourth Pillar of Stewardship is service: an outward response to the gifts we have received from the Lord. This session shares the beautiful story of how The Lord's Diner not only provides food for those who are hungry, but also an opportunity for men and women to put this Pillar into action.
More than a service project, this Pillar of Stewardship calls us to a deeper transformation of heart. Father Lanzrath and Joe Farris discuss how we can help develop a heart for service and servant leadership.
Stewardship is not a program that has a beginning and an end. Instead it is an ongoing conversion of heart by which we recognize that everything we have is a gift given to us by God. This session reviews the four Pillars of Stewardship and how they can lead us on to our ultimate goal: heaven.