This video looks looks at the virtue of sexual purity using the examples of St. Joseph and St. Maria Goretti.
This first video in the “morality series” was a hip-hop song that shows the inseparability of loving God and loving our neighbor.
Four teenagers play The Game of Life and learn about the true meaning of the sacraments of service.
A song based on the spirituality of St. Thérèse of Liseux.
Sempronis and Alexander, the Roman soldiers assigned to guard Jesus’ tomb, have a problem. The body is gone. What do they tell Pilate? This film critiques arguments posed by those who deny the resurrection (Christ’s body was stolen, He didn’t really die, etc.)
In the hands of young Aaron, the nativity figurines (especially the angel) are transformed into 1st century action figures. After Aaron’s mother gently guides him away from that activity, the story of Jesus comes to life in the manger and an unusual participant in the scene learns about the important role Mary played in the salvation of the world.
What are the chances of life on earth to have just ‘happened’? What are the chances of the universe to be in perfect balance to allow life to exist? This video takes a scientific look at creation.
When you recite the Creed, are you being real or are you being a robot? Do you even know what you are saying? Is there a difference between believing there is a God and believing in God?
A teen is bored with how long the Palm Sunday liturgy is taking, but suddenly he finds himself being pulled back and forth from the liturgy to the moment of Christ’s passion.
I wrote and performed this song with Chris Padgett for a youth ministers conference in Las Vegas in 2006. Little did I know the monster that we created! I’ve come to peace that, though I might record many CDs and publish many books, this song will be remembered as my greatest gift to the Church. You’re welcome.