Deepen Your Relationship with Christ
Being a Christian means imitating Christ. But how can we imitate Him if we don’t personally know Him?
Discover Jesus’ works, loves, joys, and sorrows in The Life of Christ so that you can follow Him more closely.
Change Your Life By Studying His
You’re familiar with all the stories about Jesus—but do you know what they really mean? You know that Jesus is our Savior—but can you prove that He was truly the Messiah? You know about the Pharisees—but do you know who they really were and why they wanted to kill Jesus? You know how Jesus died—but are you missing details on how He lived?
In this 40-day series, you’ll walk through the life of Jesus, and understand Him better by learning:
- Why it matters that He was the Son of David (Day 2)
- That Jesus is the Truth, not just “a moral teacher” and how we can follow the Way he set for us (Day 7)
- Why He was not a “nice guy” and what that means for us when we see injustice (Day 15)
- What Jesus told us about the end of the world…and how we should prepare (Day 23)
- How Jesus’ actions in the face of the church and public leaders who wanted to kill him show us how to live in the face of persecution (Days 29-30)
- …and much more
Take a Lenten journey with Good Catholic and Fr. Ken Geraci. Gain a deeper understanding of the life of Jesus Christ so that you can live your life as He lived His.
How It Works
Once you sign up, you will receive a daily email as each day’s content is added. For 40 Days, you will experience the life of Our Lord through insightful daily articles, and a reflection from Fr. Ken Geraci, that will illuminate the events of Jesus’ life and give you actionable ways to follow him in your own life.
Are You Ready to Follow Him?
Join us for The Life of Christ, walk alongside our Lord, and meet Him like never before.
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Father Ken Geraci, CPM
Fr. Ken Geraci, CPM lived the life of the prodigal son for most of his young adult life. Raised in a typical 1980s Catholic family, who only lived the externals of the faith, Fr. Ken left the Church. He spent years focused on money, fitness, and success. Very successful in business, he made little room for God—but God did not give up on him. During this journey, God presented him with challenges that forced him to reconsider his beliefs and answer the question “What is Truth?” Through years of struggle, study, and questioning, Fr. Ken found his way from agnosticism to non-denominational Christianity and ultimately, back to the Catholic Church. Fr. Ken joined the Fathers of Mercy in 2006 and was ordained in 2012. For two years he served as an associate pastor of a medium-sized parish and currently serves as a Missionary, webmaster, and vocation director for the Fathers of Mercy. Fr. Ken has a deep understanding of the personal and societal pressures that individuals face when wrestling with their faith. He has much experience with apologetics, having spoken to people coming from all stages of the journey—including those who love Christ as well as those who “hate coming to church.” Fr. Ken was the video host for the Good Catholic series We Believe.
Peter Gohn, a proud Irish Catholic and Massachusetts native, studied History and Theology at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He then spent several years teaching at Christ the King Catholic High School near Charlotte, North Carolina, while also working as a freelance editor. He joined The Catholic Company in 2017 and became a key member of the Good Catholic project soon after it was launched. When not writing, Peter is likely to be found re-reading his many books, playing his piano, or watching Boston sports. His deep love of ancient and medieval history lends itself to unpacking the many rich traditions of our Catholic faith. He and his wife currently reside in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Genevieve Netherton, a native of Pennsylvania, was raised in a large Catholic family of nine children. She studied at the Franciscan University of Steubenville and received spiritual formation from the Poor Clare Nuns of Perpetual Adoration in Hanceville, Alabama. She is an editor, writer, and marketer for Good Catholic; a content writer for The Catholic Company; a blog contributor for Catholic Company Magazine; and a freelance manuscript editor for fiction, non-fiction, and collections of poetry. Her writing has been published by DKA Magazine, Humane Pursuits, and the acclaimed Catholic quarterly Dappled Things. She currently lives in California with her career-Navy husband.
Whitney Hetzel and her husband, James, have been married for thirty-three years. They have nine children ranging in age from twelve to thirty-two. Whitney, who has been homeschooling for twenty-seven years, is an exercise enthusiast who enjoys blogging about health and fitness over at 9 Kid Fitness. But her real passion is discussing faith, family, and the challenges of putting one foot in front of the other on a daily basis, all of which she writes about at Catholic Company Magazine and the Good Catholic blog. Whitney has a B.A. in English and Journalism from Indiana University and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Saint Louis University.
This series contributed greatly to my lenten journey. My spiritual experience was enhanced so much it’s hard to put into words.
Such a Rich Series!
This series was so well delivered- succinct and rich. It was always easy to find time to do this daily, but it’s efficient delivery did not sacrifice the substantial fruitfulness of the topics being discussed. I am sad that this series has ended. I will refer back to it as proceed with my faith journey and once it expires, I will buy it again just to have it as a reference point.
Great Job to the Contributors!!
The Life of Christ
This series was amazing. I loved it so much. Truly learned a lot.
The Life of Christ
I looked forward each and every day to reading and reflecting on the Life of Christ! It was so easy to put myself in each scene rather than being a mere spectator! I’ve marked my calendar to repeat the series before it expires and anticipate beginning Full of Grace. Thank you! ❤🙏🏽🕊
First time with a series and can't wait to do more!
This is my first series, and I purchased it for my mom as well. We live half a country apart but are doing this together and really enjoying it! We can’t wait to start up a new series after this one. Both of us have had moments where we were do happy to learn segment something new and different. Love the reading, sometimes I do feel pressured into going to confession, but at the end of the day whatever is best for my soul and salvation are important, as is growing in my live for Jesus.
Well worth the time to participate
This has been a wonderful experience for me. New knowledge and insights into this time of Christ. Thoughtful and thought provoking. I can never get enough of learning about our Lord and the times Christ lived in.
I am a regular series subscriber and still think of Suffering which was very powerful and Angel and other Supernatural” as the Gold Standard. Also enjoyed series on Saints and found Last Things to be compelling. The mechanics of the website have not improved but are worse. The production of the series is poor. Music is bad choice. Glad to see it stopped in latter episodes as it was competing with the priest’s lesson. Very distracting. Content is fine but the production of the series needs a redo. Hoping this would be as compelling as other series. .
My First Lent in My House
During this pandemic, I discovered and have appreciated EWTN with Sunday and daily Mass, with photography so intimate I can see the altar up close as our Priests perform the Sacrifice— even being taken to the Cathedral in Rome to see the Pope! Now I can follow Jesus during lent, even though I cannot leave my house. Thank you. I am looking forward to this journey I began in Catholic grade school.
Life of Christ Promises to Be Good with Great Series Contributors
I, for one, am really anticipating this series — I’ve enjoyed the other series and videos these series contributors have made; in particular Fr. Geraci is enthusiastic and shares that upbeat vision with all who watch.