In the warzone that Nigeria has become, Archbishop Ben Kwashi has survived three assassination attempts. A brutal assault on his wife, Gloria, drove him to his knees – to forgive and find the strength to press on. Islamist militants have Nigeria in their sights. Read More
Blending historical facts with beloved traditions, this charming animated DVD brings to life a long-lost world of Druids, warriors and kings and the story of brave Patrick who brings Christ’s light to the Emerald Isles. Read More
The Insanity of God is the true story of missionaries Nik and Ruth Ripken. After the death of their son, this ordinary couple journey into the depths of the persecuted church, asking the question, IS JESUS WORTH IT? Read More
Born into a working class family in Shrewsbury in 1820, she dedicated her life to the service of the poor, working in the slums of Manchester. She set up schools for children and homes for destitute mothers and helped refugees from the Irish potato famine. On 21 January 2021, Pope Francis declared Elizabeth Prout to be Venerable. Read More
A little biography of this intelligent, modest, joyful Pope from the humblest origins who in his short papacy inaugurated the most significant event in Church life for centuries, the second Vatican Council. Read More
A lighthouse, a Church, a park and a stadium tell their own story of little Jorge Bergoglio’s life in Argentina as a humble immigrant – his calling to the priesthood and how he became Pope Francis. Read More
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