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Join the EWTN Family for Fr. Joseph’s In His Sandals online learning series

In this six-part online book study, EWTN Chaplain, Fr. Joseph, guides us through the practical wisdom and insights of In His Sandals, a book written by EWTN foundress, Mother Angelica. The online videos and digital study guide invite you to entrust yourself to Jesus, who loves you infinitely, and experience His immeasurable mercy. Each day’s meditation, prayer, and reflection questions are available at your own pace. They will help you let the Divine Physician heal your wounds with His saving balm. Give Him all the pieces of your life, and let Him guide you and multiply your blessings.


Watch the 5-minute online video (and read the accompanying chapter if you have the book)


The digital study guide provides additional reflection, prayer, and resources for further meditation.


The questions for reflection for each chapter help you sit and talk with Lord, or they can be used in group discussion.

Get a copy of In His Sandals

In His Sandals, by EWTN foundress Mother Angelica, is the basis for this online learning series. If you don't have a copy of the book and want to read along, you can make a donation today of $35 or more, and we will mail you a copy of In His Sandals. With your gift, you are helping us to provide more faith-filled programs and also resources like this online series.
You may also purchase this book through EWTN Religious Catalogue.


About EWTN

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