Never been part of a small group or an Endow group, and wondering what it’s all about? Get a feel for Endow’s method of reading together in community by watching these online studies.
Rosarium Virginis Mariae: On the Holy Rosary
One of the greatest gifts of our Faith is our relationship with Mary, the Mother of God. The Rosary invites us into deeper prayer with Jesus through the meditating on his life and mission. If you have never prayed a Rosary or if you pray one every day, this study will invite you deeper into the mystery of the Incarnation, the life of Christ, reignite your relationship with Mary and bring graces and blessings into your life and the lives of those around you.
Edith Stein: Seeker of Truth
Edith Stein is a young Jewish woman who suffered through the Holocaust, converted to Catholicism and found her vocation by joining the beautiful Carmelite sisters. Her story encompasses elements of philosophy (particularly phenomenology, which was a strong interest of John Paul II’s), and theology and offers compelling insights into Jewish life in 1930’s Germany. She was an inspiration to women of her time and continues to be today.
Humanae Vitae: On Human Life
Endow has partnered with Couple to Couple League to dive deep into Pope Saint Paul VI’s encyclical, Humanae Vitae. Using our Endow study as a supplemental resource and teaming up with many pro-life advocates, we celebrate the 52nd anniversary of this beautiful document together!
Letter to Women
This is our most popular and foundational study for women first experiencing Endow. Answering many questions for modern Catholic woman this letter, written for the occasion of the 1995 Fourth United Nations Conference on Women, acquaints us with the thought of John Paul II and is a good introduction to the Christian concept of woman and her indispensable role in the Church, the family, society, and the world.