Fr. Joseph Espaillat explores the pitfalls of relativism and why we are made for better than the “I’m okay/you’re okay” mentality that is plaguing humanity.
Children play on a playground and we see a glimpse of how boundaries make us free.
This original song written by Bob Rice and performed by Righteous B, Taylor Tripodi, Harrison Wargo and Born, drives home Christ’s admonition to love with no exceptions.
Meet Will. He likes God and he likes girls. He thinks he might be called to the priesthood, but doesn’t know for sure.
Chris Padgett shares his thoughts about the Sacrament of Marriage, and few jokes, too.
Four friends enjoy some time together over a board game and learn something in the process.
In this contemporary re-enactment of Mark 2:1-12, we see the need for us to bring each other to Christ for forgiveness and healing.
Meet Caroline and Jack, two kids who have battled illness and received strength through the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.
Whether this is a refresher or an introduction, this film creatively walks through the Sacrament of Reconciliation in a way that will stick with you.
The general conception that Confirmation is “graduation” is challenged in this film using some interesting comparisons.
“What sublime humility and humble sublimeness, that the Lord of the Universe, the Divine Son of God, should stoop as to hide Himself under the appearance of bread for our salvation!” ~ St. Francis of Assisi
Explore the truth behind the cliché, “It’s the little things that count.” This film offers encouragement to live the Gospel in simple, easy ways that reflect the love of Christ.
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