• The Augustinians: United in Charity


    The Augustinian Order is an 800-year-old community of brothers, united in charity. Each member of this Roman Catholic order has answered a call to actively seek God through unity, truth and charity. During this thirty-minute documentary, meet the modern members of an ancient brotherhood, who dedi...

  • Three Miracles of Happiness


    Gerry Faust has had an amazing career as one of America's most successful football coaches. From 18 years at Cincinnati's Moeller High School (174-17-1), he went on to fulfill one of his personal dreams as head football coach at the University of Notre Dame, followed by eight years at Akron Unive...

  • Seelos: Tireless Intercessor


    Seelos: Tireless Intercessor is the true story that chronicles the heroic and miraculous life of a young immigrant priest, Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos (1819-1867). This Redemptorist missionary was beatified by Pope John Paul II in the Solemn Jubilee Year 2000.

    Father Seelos possessed great mys...

  • Dream: Live with Purpose, Learn to Dream

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    Dream is a documentary series featuring the stories of diverse people from around the globe, who found purpose when they embraced their God-given dream. Subjects include Grammy Award-nominated artists, a former Sudanese child soldier, a disaster grief counselor, and a young Canadian boy partnerin...

  • The Way of Saint James


    Over the lovely "Camino de Santiago," the Way of St. James, which is the ancient route leading from the Pyrenees to the famous and ancient shrine of Santiago de Compostela, this documentary follows the journey of several pilgrims who differ in culture and religious faith, united only by a mysteri...

  • On Pilgrimage with Father Emil Kapaun


    “How many times does not Holy Mother Church tell us that our life on this earth is a journey? This earth is not our lasting home. God created us for a higher, a much more perfect home, our home in heaven with the joy of God.” - Servant of God Emil Kapaun

    Each year at the beginning of summer ...

  • Unprotected


    #Metoo. Sexting pressure. The Hook-up culture. Teenage depression.How did the culture become so toxic for women? And how did one man foresee this all so clearly 50 years ago? From the producer of the acclaimed documentary, Convinced, this powerful film reveals the devastating effects of the sexua...

  • The Road to Knock


    When a near death experience after fall from a 70 foot waterfall in Thailand transformed his life, Alan Field gave up a life of crime to become a filmmaker, going on to win a Bafta and International Emmy awards (for BBC1’s The Street).

    After his first documentary, The Road to Santiago, walking...

  • Warriors to Lourdes


    There is an invisible wound of war that is only beginning to draw public attention. In addition to mental and emotional suffering, moral injury represents the spiritual dimension of trauma. This important and timely topic is brought to life with searing emotion in Warriors to Lourdes, a new docum...

  • Cosmic Origins


    For generations, science has ignored the concept of creation because doing otherwise would beg the question ... of a Creator. Today, however, we have compelling evidence–from science itself–for a beginning and fine-tuning of the universe. The insights are complementary, and that very fact provide...

  • Knowing Giaquinta: Servant of God


    An inspiring look at the life and work of Servant of God, Bishop Guglielmo Giaquinta and the life changing work he has done to help us remember that we are each called to be a saint. Among other things, Bishop Giaquinta is known for founding the Pro Sanctity (For Holiness) movement in 1947, which...

  • Everyday Heroes


    Heroism is not some unattainable ideal. Heroism is a worthy goal that lies within our grasp. That is the central message of Everyday Heroes, a new documentary film featuring the witnesses of remarkable Brother Knights whose courage, faith and commitment to charity embody the mission of the Knight...

  • City of Saints

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    Award-winning director, Charles Francis Kinnane and his team of passionate and dedicated film-makers tell the true stories of God's grace through the ministries of the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael's Abbey in this ground- breaking seven part web series. Called one of the most influential Cath...

  • Light of Love


    We often have ideas of religious life... either kneeling in a convent or out in the streets assisting the poor. While both of these scenes are essential to the life as a sister, Light of Love takes a deeper look into understanding the call... the "why" of religious life. By interviewing five sist...

  • The Story of Father Kapaun


    Servant of God Emil Kapaun is the most decorated Chaplain in United States history. Growing up among the farming communities of central Kansas, after ordination Kapaun felt called to serve both God and country in the United States Army. This down-to-earth priest served as an Army Chaplain both at...

  • The Woman


    "In the Gospels we hear Jesus refer to his mother Mary as ""Woman"". This reference should draw our attention to the woman mentioned in Genesis, as well as in the book of Revelation. But who is this ""Woman"", and why is she so central in the history of Salvation?

    This powerful film presents t...

  • A Time To Revive

    Our world is deeply troubled: wars, terrorism, political and social unrest, family breakdown, mass migrations, moral confusion, and chaos. In the Church: faith has diminished, doctrines are denied, moral teachings ignored, scandals in the clergy cause real dismay and doubt.

    Featuring commentar...

  • Mendel: The Father of Modern Genetics


    This beautifully produced European documentary tells the story of Gregor Mendel, a scientist, Catholic priest and scholar renowned as the founder of genetics and discoverer of the laws of inheritance. He was also an astute observer of the sky and the stars, all this as a monk and abbot of an Augu...

  • St. Andrew: After the Upper Room


    Explore the lives of the Apostles — Who are they? What is their story? Whom did they influence? How did they lay the foundations of the Church as we know it? Begin with St. Andrew, presented by Fr. Ambrose Criste, O.Praem.

  • Convinced: Why Would Anyone Become Catholic?


    Why would intelligent, successful people give up careers, alienate friends, and cause havoc in their become Catholic? As he was considering his own move into the Church, Donald Johnson traveled around the country to get the story for himself, from some of today's most interesting an...

  • Guadalupe: The Miracle and the Message


    The most important event in the evangelization of the New World occurred in December, 1531. Over the course of four days, the Virgin Mary, under the title of Our Lady of Guadalupe, appeared to an indigenous convert named Juan Diego. As a result of this encounter, and the image miraculously imprin...

  • Powers and Dominions: Angels, Demons, and Spiritual Warfare


    "In all of God's creation we see such splendor, beauty, mystery, and wonder. Within this creation there are beings with intellect and free will: humans and angels.

    From the creation of the world, the realm of the angels and the world of men have interacted. This interaction is not always a pos...

  • Glorious Lives: Cardinal Francis George


    "Glorious Lives" brings the late Cardinal's story to life through intimate interviews with the people closest to him—his sister, his colleagues, and his brother priests.

    Cardinal George was a true imitator of Christ. He never let anything come between him and his mission to bring the love of Jes...

  • Discalced Carmelite Friars


    As Teresian Carmelites, these men strive to live a zealous life of allegiance to Jesus for the salvation of souls, in the contemplative and missionary spirit of St. Teresa of Jesus and St. John of the Cross.