iWitness is an opportunity for young people to learn about their faith and bond as brothers and sisters in Christ. It is an annual Catholic conference for young people that celebrates Christian living with those who share the same values you do. During last year's iWitness conference, a talk called "The Virtue of Chastity" was presented by The Culture Project. Watch the video here!
In this episode of Geekpriest, Fr Roderick Vonhögen takes us on a day of filming in one of the most stunning cathedrals of Europe!
Women for the World is an initiative of a group of Australian women with a passion for social justice, and a belief that together we can empower women across the world. This year, Women for the World is working with Caritas Australia to support the poor and needy in Nepal.
Poverty is seen day in and day out in the homeless, marginalised and needy. It's something Pope Francis has highlighted throughout his pontificate. "One cannot describe poverty as something abstract. That's not how it is. Poverty is the flesh of the poor Jesus.”
It took five years to produce the film "Little Boy,” a story about love, self-improvement and family values. Actor and filmmaker Eduardo Verástegui is behind the project, which is a tale for adults but from the perspective of an eight-year-old child.
Many films over the years have featured the character of the 'monster-mentor,' the tough elder who pushes a directee onto excellence. If we see the value of this in regard to other fields though, shouldn’t we see it in regard to the spiritual life? Fr Robert Barron discusses the movie "Whiplash" in this video.
Kenneth Branagh’s “Cinderella” is the most surprising Hollywood movie of the year, not because it subverts the traditional fairy story, but because it presents it as a deeply Christian tale. It is also a great lesson on the importance of "courage and kindness". In a world where people are pushed to be aggressive in the way they deal with others, "Cinderella" is a refreshing change. Watch this film review by Fr Robert Barron for more.
We don't learn who we are by looking at ourselves and everything that is going on in our lives. We learn who we are by turning our eyes to our Heavenly Father. Get out of your head, put your eyes on Him! Watch this video by Christopher Stefanick for more.
Could you imagine giving up Facebook, TV, or sweets for 40 days? We are in the midst of Lent when Christians traditionally fast. The young leaders of a Catholic youth group came up with a special challenge. Instead of simply refraining from eating meat, they invented a new concept for Lent to get teenagers excited about spirituality.
Catholic News Service takes an in-depth look at the situation of Catholics living in Morocco.
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