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  • The Last Apostle

    Insight into archaeologist Mark Fairchild's attempt to outline Saint Paul's journey across modern-day Turkey and exploring the world's oldest synagogue along the way.

  • Campus Galli The Medieval Experiment

    For centuries, the "Plan of Saint Gall" has inspired a vast number of architects and even more historians. Yet, it had never been realized - until today. In 2013 a registered non-profit society called "Karolingische Klosterstadt e.V." has accepted the challenge to build the fictitious abbey withi...

  • Step by Step to Auschwitz

    This short documentary reveals the way how victims arrived at Auschwitz.

  • Convinced

    While discerning his own conversion, Donald Johnson travelled to meet people who overcame obstacles and opposition to fully embrace their Catholic faith, these are their stories.

  • Light Painting

    Byzantine - Iconography is the oldest and the only Christian art form survived unchanged for the last 2000 years. Icons, that is images of holy persons, were an important part of the Byzantine Christian Church.

  • Back to Eden

    A documentary film that shares the incredible story of American gardener and arborist Paul Gautschi and his lifelong journey learning how to get back to the garden of Eden.

  • Upon this Rock

    An examination of monastery life around a one hundred thirty foot rock outcrop upon which a monk hopes to live and become the first stylite there in six hundred years. This is a featurette and prologue for "The Stylite" an experimental documentary still in development.

  • El Comedor

    A short documentary that follows migrants after they have been deported from the U.S.

  • Godspeed MC

    The story of a man who came from nothing, lost everything, and through God he was saved. This brought about the Orange County California motorcycle club known as Godspeed MC, where they now make a difference in the community where he once belonged.

  • Generation Debt

    We are in a student loan crisis in America. Millions have found themselves buried in student loan debt. An entire generation is currently trapped. Generation Debt uncovers the student loan industry and provides an alternative solution of how to avoid debt.

  • The Line Poverty in America

    Poverty in America is probably not what you think. Emmy Award-winning producer Linda Midgett shows us a new face of poverty in America in this groundbreaking documentary.

  • St Patrick Pilgrimage to Peace

    Discovering the real St. Patrick, beyond the legends and clichés, as a man whose life continues to promote the peace of Christ.

  • The Conscientious Objector

    Filmmaker Terry Benedict interviews Desmond Doss, a World War II medic who refused to bear arms or take a human life, yet was awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism during the Battle of Okinawa.

  • Saint Nicholas the Real Story

    Saint Nicholas: The Real Story is an in depth look at the life and times of St. Nicholas. It takes you to beautiful Mediterranean locations where Nicholas actually lived. Experts tell about new historical and scientific analysis.

  • The Last Pogrom Pogdan's Journey

    Bogdan’s Journey was filmed in Poland, Israel and the United States for almost a decade. Its two directors, a Polish Catholic and a Jewish American, combine to tell a unique story about one man and how he redeems 70 years of bitter, contested memories–by telling the truth with love.

  • Formation

    Insight into the Order of Friars Minor Cappuchin and its significance with respect to the religious 13th-century Franciscan movement.

  • Captivated Finding Freedom in a Media Captivated Culture

    "Captivated” is a documentary that focuses on how media is being consumed by today's culture and the dangers that lie in being obsessed with social networking.

  • The Crossroads of Angel Sanz Briz

    The true story of Angel Sanz Briz, the World War II Spanish diplomat known as the Angel of Budapest.

  • Finding Hope Home

    The story of a family who began rescuing children from the streets of Nairobi, Kenya in 1996.

  • A Way to Forgiveness

    To heal from her divorce, a woman walks the 500-mile Camino de Santiago across northern Spain and discusses forgiveness with fellow pilgrims.