Father Michael McGivney

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Assisi: Home of St. Francis
In this unique film, viewers are given a guided tour of the town of Assisi by Saint Francis himself. St. Francis's "narration" is rendered by Christopher Jones. Francis was born in the late 12th Century, the son of a rich merchant. He was raised as a young Assisian nobleman, but…
St. Patrick: Apostle of Ireland
Who was Saint Patrick? This new documentary film delves beneath the myth of Ireland's patron saint to reveal that the patron saint of Ireland was an ordinary man who accomplished the extraordinary by placing his faith in God. Precious few historical facts are known of this man who walked through…
Francis: The Pope From the New World
On March 13, 2013 the world was introduced to Pope Francis. He was the first Pope from the Americas, the first Jesuit, and the first to take the name Francis. Within days he had captured the hearts of the world through his gestures of humility and care for the common…
Padre Pio Sanctus: Man of Pain
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Raw Faith - Unitarian Minister Marilyn Sewel
One of the few women to lead a large church of any denomination, Unitarian minister Marilyn Sewell is a respected writer and sought-after speaker known for her progressive social vision; beneath the surface, she is lonely and yearns for change. This open, affectionate documentary follows her over two years as…
The Fully Ordained Meat Pie
According to Father Ian Herring, "It would be analogous to consecrating a meat pie on the altar of God to ordain a woman..." This challenging and provocative documentary deals with one of the most controversial issues in the Christian community: the attitude of the Church towards the ordination of women…
American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story - The Life of An American Theologian
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Seeking God: The Way Of The Monk
In a remote canyon in northern New Mexico, the early morning stillness is broken by voices chanting praises to the Lord. And thus begins the daily cycle in the God-centered life and search of the Benedictine monks at the Monastery of Christ in the Desert. Seeking God is a monastic…
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This marvelous animation introduces the Ten Commandments in stories that children of today can relate to and understand in their own way. Its central characters are youngsters dealing with the common situations of a child's modern daily life -- at home, in school, or playing with friends. The family is…
Guadalupe A Living Image
December 1531, Mexico. The Virgin Mary appears to a Indian humble peasant, but nobody believes in him. On Her request the Indian wraps in his "tilma" some Castilian roses, mysteriously flowered on a bared scree. In front of the Bishop he opens the cap discovering the miracle: the image of…
Images of Jesus
While Jesus lived, no one made a record of His face. In His time, no one made a picture, nor a sketch, nor a painting. Since then every image of Jesus came from the minds and hands of those who lived after He died. Thus begins this fascinating film, produced…