Rodzinka means “little family” in Polish, and it is the name that St. John Paul II used for groups who would get together to discuss and live out the faith. Today, Rodzinka Ministry strives to help you grow in faith by providing resources to create you own "Rodzinka Groups" in your home.
Programs and groups at the local parish are a great starting point to ignite the faith, but they can only cover so much in limited time. The Supernatural Virtue Podcast strives to help you dive deeper into the Catholic faith by explaining important topics. Form a "Rodzinka Group" of friends or family and we will give you the content to listen to ahead of time and then discuss and pray about together. Let us help you discover the connection between faith and reason while having a lot of fun in the process.
We also offer free local courses on the teachings of the Catholic Church, teacher formation, marriage preparation classes, and much more. Check out everything we offer or drop us a prayer request or suggestion. Thanks for visiting and welcome to our "little family."
"Faith is a gift of God, a supernatural virtue infused by him."
- Catechism of the Catholic Church 153
Tommy Shultz is a cradle Catholic who grew up in a homeschool family. He has worked in various youth ministry, adult ministry, and diocesan roles. He likes performing magic shows for area schools, talking theology, and being married to his best friend, Nathalie. With a degree in Theology from Franciscan University, Tommy hopes to use his knowledge to help all people understand the beauty of The Faith.
Nathalie Shultz is a joyful convert to the Catholic Faith and a special education teacher. She loves to share her passion for Catholicism with others, including her conversion story and how God continues to work miracles in her life through her OCD. Her favorite saints include St. Peter the Apostle, St. Teresa of Calcutta, and St. John Paul II. She is also a huge fan of C.S. Lewis.