Take a peek at this dynamic video resource that brings the Catechism of the Catholic Church to our young people in a relevant, compelling, and entertaining way.
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.
Adán struggles to understand the inevitable loss of his mother. His prayers of desperation begin to draw him into an honest and simple search for God.
According to St. Teresa of Calcutta, PRAYER –> ONENESS WITH GOD –> HOLINESS.
A special visitor joins Will at Mass on Sunday and suddenly the Mass will never be the same.
The general conception that Confirmation is “graduation” is challenged in this film using some interesting comparisons.
When you recite the Creed, are you being real or are you being a robot? Do you even know what you are saying? Is there a difference between believing there is a God and believing in God?
Teens from the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston talk about prayer.
We all want to be happy. The question is, “How do we make that happen?” Explore a nonconventional path to true happiness.
God speaks to us in many ways. Sometimes it’s through a simple inanimate object.
Two girls are living on opposite ends of the social spectrum. One seems to have it all and one is reminded every day that she doesn’t. Then something happens that closes the gap between them.
Watch as a story-telling grandpa with an over-active imagination tries to explain the Sacraments to his grandkids. You’ve never heard it quite like this before.
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