Heroic Virtue


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Do You Know What God Is Asking of You?

These are difficult times, but great virtue is formed during great hardship.

God is pouring out His graces upon you right now. He gives us everything we need to be extraordinary!

And He’s calling YOU to deeper holiness. He’s calling YOU to sainthood and eternal life.

Will you answer His call?

Yes, YOU are Called to Be Holy

God wants you to be with Him forever in heaven.

But that takes more than prayer…it takes virtue.

And becoming more virtuous doesn’t happen overnight.

Virtues are good habits. They take time. They’re something you build, one small step at a time.

That’s why you need to start now!

In this 21-day series, we’ll show you what virtue really is (not what we think it is), how to build specific virtues that will help you cooperate with God’s grace, and tell you the story of a saint who developed that particular virtue in a special way.

Virtue takes intentionality, but there is so much to gain from it. Everything, in fact!

What You’ll Get

Heroic Virtue is not an academic study. It’s a plan of life established for you by those who’ve already achieved holiness and virtue: the saints!

You will learn

  • What virtue is, and what growth in virtue really looks like
  • How to be kind and loving without being a doormat
  • The different types of virtue and how they help us grow closer to God
  • How being virtuous makes it possible you to live a truly balanced life
  • How to grow in 17 different virtues, as lived out by a real-life saint
  • How challenges, obstacles, and crisis have produced amazing men and women

“We’re all called to be great saints. Don’t miss the opportunity.”
Mother Angelica

Virtue is for saints…and we’re all called to be saints.

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Not what I expected, but still good

This is a wonderful overview of about 20 virtues in which we should all be striving to improve. Each day provides a basic overview of the virtue for the day, and then a bit about a saint who lived that virtue well.

I had thought this was about how to *grow* in virtue to deeper levels, rather than about virtues themselves, so it wasn’t what I had intended. That said, it is an excellent overview of the primary virtues needed in life. If you want to learn to deepen your skill, for lack of a better term, with specific virtues, this series doesn’t address that. It is more surface level.

- Katherine
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I finally finished the series! I really enjoyed reading about the saints and their virtues. I am going to read the series again and take notes. There was so much to take in that I was on overload reading it. I am so excited that I finished! Hallelujah and praise God

- Julia B