Fr. Joseph invites members of the Neocatechumenal Way to share effective catechesis techniques for passing on the Faith to the next generation.
Members of the National Catholic Partnership on Disability join Fr. Joseph to discuss making churches accessible and welcoming for people with disabilities.
Members of Cross Catholic Outreach highlight the varied needs of the many different communities they help serve, and how their apostolate aids the Church in meeting those needs.
Members of St. Paul Street Evangelization share their methods of spreading the Gospel message on the street.
Members of the Neocatechumenal Way discuss the rising number of people with no religious affiliation and how their movement reaches out to them.
Cross Catholic Outreach apostolate members join Fr. Joseph to explain the importance of addressing spiritual needs as well as material ones.
Fr. Joseph invites members of the National Catholic Partnership on Disability to discuss difficulties that Catholics with disabilities face and share effective means of removing these barriers to enrich parish life.
St. Paul Street Evangelization members discuss the many rewards of bringing the message of Jesus Christ to the streets.
Members of the Cross Catholic Outreach join Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe to explain how their apostolate invests and empowers the local Church to aid the poor in other countries.
Members of the Mother of Divine Grace School demonstrate how they prepare their students to be well versed in their Catholic faith and their role in the New Evangelization.
Diana Richardson-Vela and Rodrigo Vela discuss how their organization helps Catholic Latinos remain true to their faith in the United States.
Catholic Extension's president, Fr. Jack Wall, reflects on the Year of Mercy and how Catholics can work mercy into their daily lives.
Coordinating members of the Teams of Our Lady share how these groups help married couples come together and grow in martial love.
Members of the Catholic Grandparents Association explain that grandparents can make a difference in exposing their grandchildren to Catholicism in households where faith is absent.
Members of the Mother of Divine Grace School discuss how they get parents to help their children master the art of critical thinking and grow up to be successful adults.
Fr. Jack Wall, President of Catholic Extension, talks about missionary priests who serve the poorest and most disadvantaged areas of the United States.
Members from the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders share how business leaders help ensure that the faith is passed on to the next generation.
With the support of other married couples and the Church, husbands and wives can grow deeper in holiness and their love for each other.
Catherine Wiley and Michael LaCorte of the Catholic Grandparents Association help Catholic grandparents get involved with their grandchildren's faith.
Catholic Extension President Fr. Jack Wall remembers the Catholic missionary sisters who came from Europe to serve the United States, and lauds the efforts of sisters from Latin America to assist the Latino community.
Joe and Baby Lou Tale, and Drs. Joe and Mila Yamamoto explain that older couples' experience and wisdom are invaluable to the Church.
Fr. Joseph Wolfe is joined by Fr. Jose Medina, coordinator of the Communion and Liberation Movement, as well as John Touhey,Christopher Vath, and Jackie Aldrette, the managing director of AVSI-USA.
Hosted by Fr. Joseph Wolfe; Sheila Gilbert and Dave Barringer share how the Society of St. Vincent de Paul helps the poor while inspiring parish members to get involved.
Members of The Focolare Movement share why it has become attractive to the youth, and how young Catholics can contribute to its cause.
Members of The Legion of Mary, Christine Coakley and Gerard-Marie Anthony, describe the importance of personal contact with others to fully bring Christ's message to the world.
Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow explains how Mary's Meals provides nourishment for starving school children, and spiritual sustenance for its volunteers.
Couples for Christ offers young married couples help in building healthy families centered on God.
Four members of the Communion and Liberation movement discuss its start during post-war Italy, and its growth to members in ninety countries around the world.
The Society of St. Vincent's U.S. National President Sheila Gilbert and National CEO Dave Barringer discuss the society's work with the poor that gives them a hand up, not a hand out.
Focolare members teach businesses how to put people first by focusing on helping the poor and providing jobs.
Members from The Legion of Mary share how the organization's efforts to evangelize the glory of God are deeply rooted in prayer.
Mary's Meals delivers over one million meals every day to impoverished school children around the world.
Joe & Babylou Tale and John & Rica Hizon share how their outreach has used its womb-to-tomb philosophy to grow.
Fr. Gerold Langsch, and Elizabeth and Carlos Cantú celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Schoenstatt movement.
World Apostolate of Fatima members David Carollo, Deacon Robert Ellis and Patrick Sabat discuss their Pilgrim Virgin Statue program.
Members of the Catholic Daughters of America present the programs and opportunities available for young girls to college students.
Chris Bermingham and Rosemarie Dykeman demonstrate how the Retrouvaille program helps couples identify and work through problems in their marriage.
Dr. Mary Kay Clark and Deacon Gene McGuirk of the Seton Home Study School share how their program prepares young adults for the rigors of college.
Youth directors Angela Reckart and Erin Aldrich discuss how Opus Dei meets with individuals to help them grow in the their spiritual lives.
Fr. Jack Wall, President of Catholic Extension, explains the many ways the Church can reach out to the near three million Catholic migrant workers living in the United States.
Members of the Schoenstatt movement Elizabeth and Carlos Cantú and National Director Fr. Gerold Langsch share how this fledgling organization grew to a worldwide movement that calls members to follow Mary to Christ.
Executive Director of the World Apostolate of Fatima USA David Carollo and Chaplain Fr. Francisco Pereira commemorate the 100th anniversary of Our Lady's appearance, and how the shrine is spreading her message to the world.
Daughters of the Americas members Shirley Seyfried, Helene Shepard, and Chaplain Fr. Matthew Kuhn discuss how the bond between members throughout 42 states, territories and Mexico keeps their faith even stronger.
International Deputy Coordinating Team Members Chris Bermingham and Rosemarie Dykeman of Retrouvaille share how their organization provides a lifeline for marriages and couples.
Dr. Mary Kay Clark, Director of Seton Home Study School, is joined by Deacon Gene McGurik to discuss homeschooling.
Opus Dei inspires Glenn Wilke and Erin Aldrich to help keep Chicago's youth off the streets.
President of Catholic Extension Fr. Jack Wall returns to talk about their Catholic Campus Ministry program that reaches out to students attending secular colleges and universities.
Supreme Knight of the Knights of Peter Claver, DeKarlos Blackmon, discuses the influence the largest and oldest African-American lay Catholic organization has had in the United States.
How CALL, a Hispanic Catholic evangelization program, is reaching out to all age groups within the Latino community.
Members of the Neocatechumenal Way reveal the success they've had in revitalizing people's faith lives.
Focolare is a community based program devoted to assisting the poor and promoting Catholic values among the youth.
Members of Worldwide Marriage Encounter share how the program helped save their marriage by bringing them closer together and closer to Christ.
National leaders of Cursillo explain why they are strong advocates of building friendships both within and outside their organization, and how it brings people closer to Christ.
Volunteers for The Society of St. Vincent de Paul help over 30 million poor in countries around the world.
Supreme Knight F. DeKarlos Blackmon introduces The Knights of Peter Claver, the largest and oldest African-American Catholic lay organization in the US.
CALL and its mission to keep the United States' growing Catholic Latino community grounded in their faith.
Members of the Neocatechumenal Way reveal the success they've had in revitalizing people's faith lives.
How the horrors of World War II pushed Chiara Lubich deeper towards God and the eventual creation of Focolare, a faith based organization devoted to helping the poor.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter offers weekend retreats to help improve and strengthen marriages across the globe.
National leaders of Cursillo offer an explanation of how their organization brings Christ's love to others through solidarity and friendship.
Local and international members of The Society of St. Vincent de Paul gather to discuss how they're working to eradicate poverty in over a hundred countries.
The many ways CDA supports those in need through their Circle of Love.
Fr Joseph Mary Wolfe is joined by Ricky Cuenca, Fr. Michael McHugh, Fr. Paul Griesgraber and Sr. Sheila McNiff. They explain how Couples for Christ are actively engaged in strengthening the family by assisting the poor.
Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe is joined by Don Taggart, Legion member for over 50 years. They explore how prayer is an integral part of the Legion, as members actively engage in evangelization.
Explaining the consecration of MI and the many great spiritual benefits members receive when they participate in the MI.
David Carollo, Executive Director of the World Apostolate of Fatima and Deacon Robert Ellis, the National Coordinator. How WAF is spreading the message of Fatima today.
Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe is joined by Tom and Amy Spence. They explain how Opus Dei has expanded to include those who are called to the vocation of marriage.
Couples for Christ began in the Philippines with only 16 married couples and has grown to encompass over 100 countries throughout the world.
Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe is joined by David Carollo and Dave Greiner for a look at the many ways WAF uses modern technology to reach young people.
Fr. Jack Wall, president of Catholic Extension explains how CE is dedicated to helping the Church grow, especially in poor mission dioceses across the U.S.
Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe is joined the National Director of CFC and his wife Pat; along with Deacon Louise and Veronica Coe, leaders of CFC in Fort Worth Texas explore the worldwide missionary aspect of Couples for Christ.
The Church in the U.S., as across the world, has been troubled by a vocation crisis. Learn the many ways that CE is helping to build up vocations in the Church, ensuring there are priests available to minister to God's people.
Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe is joined by Anne Nelson and Shirley Seyfried. They share the rich history of the CDA, beginning with their work with the Red Cross during World Wars I and II to the expansion beyond the U.S. into Central America.
Father Joseph Mary Wolfe, M.V.F.A, introduces viewers to the many apostolates, groups and outreaches in the Church making tremendous impact in the world through their charitable works and prayerful lives.
A movement is founded to fight anti-Catholicism.
John Coverdale explores the central message of Opus Dei.
David Carollo and Deacon Robert Ellis provide details on the history of Fatima.
Members of Couples for Christ share how the ministry has grown worldwide.
Fr. Jack Wall, president of Catholic Extension, discusses how his organization raises money to build new churches.