Forgiveness: The Secret of Peace is a documentary film on the life and work of Fr. Ubald Rugirangoga, a Catholic priest in Rwanda who advocates forgiveness as a pathway to reconciliation and peace. He has steadfastly shared this message with thousands of his fellow Rwandans in the aftermath of the unspeakable horror of their country’s 1994 genocide.
Hava Nagila (The Movie)is a documentary romp through the history, mystery, and meaning of the great Jewish standard. Funny, deep and unexpected, the film celebrates 150 years of Jewish history and culture and reveals the power of music to bridge cultural divides and bring us together as human beings.
The Miracle of the birth of Christ is told in music, sermonette and drama featuring a Christmas message from Dr. Carlton P. Byrd, Speaker/director of Breath of Life Ministry, (a denomination of the Seventh-Day Adventists) along with the Grammy award winning artist Kirk Franklin, and The Aeolians, “Choir of the World” champions.
The second part in a two-part documentary, Brightness of Noon chronicles faith activists who, inspired by the Biblical precept of Welcoming the Stranger, defend the rights of asylum seekers and refugees. By hearing from religious leaders and the vulnerable families they are assisting, the film seeks to uphold the dignity of human life and protect religious freedom.
Join Pastor Robert Johnson this Easter, as he and the St. Mark's church family remind us just how deep Our Father’s love is.
Everyday Heroes shines a spotlight on the Catholic men of the Knights of Columbus whose courage, faith and commitment to charity embody the mission of their fraternal service organization. A journey of hope and inspiration, the film explores how the betterment of our world ultimately begins with the individual human heart.
Christmas at Marble Church
Join the historic Marble Collegiate Church in New York City for an uplifting and joyous service celebrating the birth of our Lord. Enjoy music from our award winning choirs, sing along to your favorite holiday hymns, and revel in the inspiring and captivating message from our Senior Minister, Dr. Michael B. Brown, in Christmas Worship at Marble Collegiate Church.
Rescue in the Philippines
The untold story of how the five Frieder brothers, Cincinnati businessmen, making cigars in pre-WWII Manila, together with Manuel Quezon, the first president of the Philippines, Paul McNutt, US High Commissioner and former governor of Indiana, and an ambitious Army Colonel named Dwight Eisenhower – helped 1,300 Jews escape the Nazis and immigrate to the Philippines.
John Paul II in America: Uniting a Continent
The papacy of St. John Paul II left an indelible mark on the American continent. His papal travels from Argentina to Alaska generated massive crowds, shaped an entire generation, and ultimately changed the course of history.
Celebrate the highest Christian holy day with Marble Collegiate Church in New York City.
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...
Unquestionably, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel was one of the great religious figures of the 20th century. He was also one of the most important social critics of his time, being an outspoken supporter of the civil rights movement and equally vocal against the Vietnam war, a renowned philosopher, scholar, teacher and mystic. But a poet?
“He is risen” is the resounding Gospel of Easter. Hartford Church Choir and Congregation dialogue in rapturous praise with Pastor Charles G. Adams as he preaches an Easter message for the challenges of today.
This Christmas special features an award winning children’s choir, male quartet “The Heralds” and gospel artist Christine D.M. Wollmann. Taped at the Spencerville Seventh Day Adventist Church in Silver Spring MD, the program features a Christmas message from pastor Shawn Boonstra as well as interviews with the musicians and congregants as to what Christmas means to them.
An intimate portrait of a group of American nuns, the Maryknoll Sisters, who have accompanied the disenfranchised in their struggle for social justice. By turns tragic and joyous, yet always inspirational, this insightful documentary is a revealing portrait of these courageous women.