Poco a Poco Podcast

Spirit Juice presents The Poco a Poco Video Podcast featuring Fr. Innocent, Fr. Angelus and Fr. Mark-Mary, members of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal.
This weekly podcast offers “Practical Spirituality”. The friars break open the Gospel in light of their years of prayer, communal life, and work with the poor. It is a source of rest, encouragement, refreshment, and renewal for all pilgrims helping them to discern and make the next best step. Poco a Poco, little by little, step by step we’re making our pilgrimage to the Father’s house.

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Poco a Poco Episodes

Prayer: Pure and Simple

What does a good prayer look like? We don’t know. Everyone has the freedom on how they pray. But thinking about God, reading a book about God and just saying words about God is not praying. Praying is the relationship that brings us in to…

Unceasing Prayer

With the abundance of noise in our world, there can be a lot of interruptions to our ongoing conversation and relationship with the God. The habitual, silent and secret conversation we all dream to have with God, all seems to be very difficult to…

Under Open Heavens

Whether we feel it or not — believe it or not, this is our identity. We live as beloved sons and daughters of God. There’s a temptation to believe the we have to do something amazing or special to be able to bring the Gospel and Christ to people…

Words, Works, and Wonders

We are all beloved sons and daughters of the Father and through our baptism we are all anointed and empowered. We don’t have to be all put together or be perfect in order to bring healing to ourselves and to other people. We are all incomplete…

Searching and Fearless

God wants to go back into our lives and our stories — and start speaking light, redemption and truth over that. There’s the need for us to have a radical opening of our hearts and honesty to what really is happening in our lives. We have to be…

I Can’t He Can

When we struggle it can be really difficult and sometimes we even face impossible situations that may feel like there’s no answer. In our poverty, there’s the need to admit were powerless—that life is not okay anymore and figure out what do we do…

12 Step Wisdom

At some point, our lives are unmanageable and we need help. When we want to turn away from sin and our struggles, we turn to God to save and heal us. We are given clarity to open our eyes and see our life in a new or different way. And while we’re…

Hot Takes

There are multitudes of struggles that we are experiencing day to day. As we see our own and other people’s struggles, weakness and even sins, we have to understand that we are going through different journeys. God is doing something completely different in each of our lives. Relative to this truth, this episode talks about some of the most essential topics that most of us can relate to. Here are some of our hot takes.

Ordinary But Extraordinary

It is easy to fall into the temptation and believe that we can’t do it, that we can’t live a holy life. Although the ordinary life is simple, hidden, and seems kind of normal, there’s so much sanctity in our vocations that are being lived faithfully. It might not be flashy or spectacular but it’s one of the most real ways we can grow in holiness. We may not be in the chapel or church making a eucharistic holy hour, but no matter what our day-to-day experiences look like or what daily lives we are accustomed to, God is there.

Discernment Basics

We are made to live in relationship wherein two or more people speak to one another. As we have the desire to talk to God, He also has the desire to speak and to come close to His people. He is speaking to us. We have to grow in sensitivity to what God’s voice sounds like, what our voices sounds like, what the voice of the world sounds like, and what the voice of the enemy sounds like. There are times we already know the voice of who we’re talking to simply because we’ve been with them, we’ve spoken to them, we said things back and forth with them, same is true with God.

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