A father and his daughter negotiate the terms of her allowance and homework contract. The father then proves that his love extends far beyond any contract.
Mark Hart shares the story and reality of Christ’s passion and death
A guided meditation for the Stations of the Cross
Mark Hart teaches and celebrates the joy and hope of the resurrection of Christ
Follow the journey of a priest as he remembers his life through experiences of the Sacraments
This interactive game has teens guessing who is in the care based on clues and choices
Fr. Matt Henry shares the importance of a relationship with God and the struggle with desire and concupiscence
Examine the attempts of a man and a woman as they search for their perfect match
Bill Underbight is on the hunt to find a glimpse of true love
Jackie Francois shares the beauty of human sexuality, the truth of homosexuality, and the virtue of chastity
This video is a great tool on how to teach teens how to reach out to their peers. A funny, comical, and relatable video that will help ease their fears of reaching out to their friends and inviting them to church.
Different Middle Schoolers share why they’re Catholic and what it means to be Catholic.
The Lord’s Prayer is much more powerful than simple words. Each line in the Lord’s Prayer is there for a specific reason. This video highlights the deeper meanings behind each line.
A tragic accident changed a family forever. A family shares their story about their son, Adam, who died tragically while water skiing. Adam’s parents and brother share about the suffering they went through and how God made Himself present to them in the midst of their suffering. Adam changed their life, and his story can change yours as well.
Bradley Opitz, a youth minister, heads to a Catholic High School to test some teens’ knowledge of the Scripture! Watch to see if you can pass this Scripture Aptitude Test.
This video was created specifically for the “Year of Faith.” It incorporates Sacred Images, quality graphic design, and encouragement on how to enter fully into the “Year of Faith.” By Faith, countless souls have given everything to God – may we follow in their example to live by faith in Jesus Christ. Pray for faith and God will grant it to you.
Have you ever wanted to know what a priest does all day? Fr. John Muir allows us to follow him around for a day to see what his day is really like. A day in the life of a priest is full of surprises and joy.
This video offers an Examination of Conscience that can be prayed before the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Prayer is simply a surge of the heart. A couple of teens share their experience with prayer and their struggles with learning how to pray. They talk about how prayer went from something they felt the SHOULD do to something the WANTED to do.
How do middle schoolers use technology? In this episode of Techno Tweens, Natalie interviews some middle school youth on how they use technology in their everyday lives.
How does receiving the Eucharist change the way that you live? Watch to see how these teens have changed their actions simply because they receive Jesus in the Eucharist.
Matt Maher lets our camera guy follow him around his tour bus. If you’ve ever wondered how musicians can live on a bus, let Matt Maher introduce you to his home away from home.
This is one of our most popular videos on Confession. This video is about a teen that hasn’t been to Reconciliation in a while that has the courage go. After receiving the Sacrament of Reconciliation, he recognizes that it was easier than he thought it would be.
Archbishop Fulton Sheen talks about how the Eucharist is our Spiritual Food. He gives a clear argument on why it we believe that Christ was not speaking symbolically when He said to eat and drink His Body and Blood.
This video of the seven Sacraments contains graphics that make Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s voice.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI visited New York and had a message specifically for the youth in the Church.
Everyone’s two favorite puppets (aside from Kermit and Miss Piggy): Drag and Gary! This episode of Drag and Gary, the two decide to hang out with Ike Ndolo, a Catholic worship leader.
Everyone’s two favorite puppets (aside from Kermit and Miss Piggy): Drag and Gary! This episode of Drag and Gary, the two decide to exercises… Catholic Style.
Everyone’s two favorite puppets (aside from Kermit and Miss Piggy): Drag and Gary! This episode of Drag and Gary, the two get to hang out with Matt Maher. Matt Maher shows them one of his new songs… and Drag and Gary are suprised that he sings something other than “Your Grace is Enough.”
This Saintly Minute is on St. Francis of Assisi. He was a very popular young man and he joined the army at a young age. He returned home because of a dream and began to preach the Gospel. He foudned the order of the Franciscans and he is the patron saint of ecologists and merchants
This Saintly Minute is on St. Joseph. There is not one word of St. Joseph’s recorded in the Bible. He was the protector of both Mary and Jesus. He was the most chaste spouse of the Virgen Mary. He is the patron of the Universal Church and he is known as the “defender of virgins.”
A teen girl named Hannah shares about her past drug addiction that started at age 13. She shares what she remembers about her struggles and rehab.
This Saintly Minute is on St. Maximillian Kolbe. He became a Franciscan novice at age 16 and he was imprisoned in Auschwitze. He was killed in a concentration camp because he offered his life to save another’s.
This Saintly Minute is on St John of the Cross. St. John of the Cross was ordained a priest in 1567. He decided to start a reformed form of the Carmelites called the Discalced Carmelites.
Everyone’s two favorite puppets (aside from Kermit and Miss Piggy): Drag and Gary! This episode of Drag and Gary, the two decide to answer fan emails.
This Saintly Minute is on St. Thomas Aquinas. He loved to learn and then became a priest. He was nicknamed the “dumb ox” because he was very large, but he was actually one of the doctors of the Catholic Church because he was so smart.
This Saintly Minute is on St. Faustina. She is from Poland and she became a nun at the age of 20. In the 1930′s, the Lord gave Sr. Maria Fuastina the image of the Divine Mercy, and she encouraged people to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
Everyone’s two favorite puppets (aside from Kermit and Miss Piggy): Drag and Gary! This episode of Drag and Gary, the two decide to explain what Edge is. They also try to distinguish the difference between middle school and Jr. High.
Everyone’s two favorite puppets (aside from Kermit and Miss Piggy): Drag and Gary! This episode of Drag and Gary, the two decide to read some emails… again.
This saintly minute is on Mary, the Mother of God. She was the mother of Jesus Christ, who was both man and God.
There is a war going on that can easily go unnoticed. This video is about the reality of spiritual warfare and how to protect yourself against it with the Armor of God
This saintly minute is on St Teresa of Avila. St. Teresa entered religious life when she was a teenager. She is a Doctor of the Catholic Church.