Greg Willits

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Greg Willits has been podcasting since early 2005 and his audio and video productions have been downloaded over six million times. His works were so popular, in fact, that SiriusXM snatched him up and gave him and his wife their own 3-hour daily talk show for more than four years. He's the author of "Tied in Knots: Finding Peace in Today's World," "The New Evangelization and You: Be Not Afraid" and co-author of "The Catholics Next Door: Adventures in Imperfect Living." His weekly podcast and comic strip are available at www.GregandJennifer.com.

How to Pray In 4 Easy Steps

In the last few weeks, I’ve experienced a truly amazing grace in my prayer life, and it stems from an efficient little book I stumbled upon several years ago called Prayer for Beginners by Peter Kreeft. The first time I saw the book was during asilentretreat back in 2006, during a similar time when my […]
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I enjoyed the first half, but the second half just felt like I was slogging through it and just wanted it over with. It wasn't a bad book, just certainly wasn't his best.
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“New Evangelization is comprised of three things: First, New Evangelization includes renewed spiritual devotion as well as renewed efforts in catechesis. We must know Jesus, and we must understand Christianity and the Catholic faith in particular. This renewed knowledge enables the second element, living our faith. And third, a natural extension of knowing and living our faith is to share it with others. The”
Greg Willits, The New Evangelization and You

“each of us as Christians is called to proclaim the gospel, the Good News, to all people everywhere and at all times. Acts”
Greg Willits, The New Evangelization and You

“Ironically, in my life, time and again, I experience the greatest levels of stress and pain when I take drastic measures to seek peace. Conversely, my greatest levels of peace actually come when I deliberately stop taking drastic measures and instead learn to surrender to current circumstances.”
Greg Willits, Tied in Knots: Finding Peace in Today's World




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