As so often is the case with people who grew up Catholic, we can find ourselves knowing a lot about what Catholics believe, but when we get questions about it we find that we may not have known as much as we thought we did.

LYFE class is here to help! Live Your Faith Every day, or LYFE, covers topics ranging from the seven Sacraments to moral teaching and spiritual theology of the Church. LYFE is presented weekly on Sunday afternoons from 4:30 to 5:45 by Rob Agnelli.

At each class, we will take a deep dive into a specific topic related to Catholicism and explain why the Catholic Church teaches what it does. So whether you’ve gone to a Catholic school your whole life or even if you aren’t Catholic, if you have ever wanted to learn more about Catholicism feel free to come check out LYFE and have your questions answered.


  • January 21- Psychology and Prayer
  • January 28- Levels of Prayer
  • February 11- Praying with the Scriptures (with an emphasis on Psalms)
  • February 18- Mortification and Penance
  • February 25- Predominant Fault (The Seven Deadly Sins)
  • March 18- Spiritual Combat
  • March 25- Theological Virtues
  • April 8- Cardinal Virtues
  • April 15- Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Spirit
  • April 22- TBA

Audio Recordings will be posted here.

About Rob

Rob holds an MA in Theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary with a concentration in moral theology.  He has a passion for spreading the joy of the Catholic Faith through teaching.

He lives in Raleigh, NC with his wife, Allison, and their three sons. Rob supports his apostolate by working as a Statistician and teaches bioethics throughout the Diocese of Raleigh.  He is part of a national speakers’ panel in which he addresses issues related to marriage, fatherhood, and moral theology. He has published articles in a number of Catholic publications including The Homiletic and Pastoral Review, The New Oxford Review, the National Catholic Bioethics Center’s Ethics and Medics, and First Things’ On the Square.

Rob has a website, Two Wings to God, where he blogs about

Rob and his buddy Tim also have a weekly podcast, the Jaws of Life, available here.