The first Church most of us experience is our homes. Pope Francis says it's where we learn to say "please" "thank you" "I'm sorry" and "I love you". In short, it's where we first learn to be in community. The Church calls this community of love the "domestic Church". It doesn't replace Sundays, but it's essential to vibrant and strong family life. Alissa Molina (Youth Minister/Confirmation Coordinator at St. Louis, Mother, Wife, Daugther of God) sits with Will and Tom and chats about growing a domestic Church in her own family.