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Seven Powerful Stories
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 Catholic film series of our lifetime, these short films have inspired over 1.2 million people world-wide; bringing the light of Christ to the faithful.
The extraordinary calling of St. Paul – Fr. John Henry discusses the movements of divine grace that led to the conversion of one of the most influential saints.
The saints have attained the goal we strive for, and they are our brothers and sisters in Christ. Fr. Augustine talks about how these living members of the Church Triumphant can help us.
Fr. Charbel speaks of the central mystery of Christianity: the Blessed Trinity.
The Holy Spirit, so essential in the life of a Catholic and the life of the Church, is challenging to focus on, because He is subtle. Fr. John Henry offers his insight.
Fr. Ambrose speaks on what is the most urgent issue in the Church today and the vital importance of catechesis.
We say the Father is the creator of heaven and earth. What do we mean by this? Fr. Sebastian offers insights on this subject.
Fr. Norbert gives a brief talk on Saint Norbert, a very powerful figure of the 12th century, the founder of the Norbertine Order, and great Church reformer.
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