Episode 1 - Introduction
Although Jesus used questions as a teaching tool, many times His disciples and others had questions for Him.  Fr. Andrew Apostoli looks at some of the questions asked of Jesus and how His replies demonstrated the glory of God.
Episode 2 - Why were you looking for Me?
Our Lord’s first recorded words in the Gospels were “Why were you looking for Me?” spoken when Mary and Joseph found the child Jesus in the temple. Fr. Andrew Apostoli shows how Mary and Joseph began to understand more fully who Christ was and how we can use their example to deepen our own understanding of Jesus in our lives.
Episode 3 - What are you looking for?
Just as he asked the two disciples, Christ asks us why we seek Him out.  Fr. Andrew Apostoli discusses whether Jesus is someone we look to only in times of trouble or do we turn our whole life over to Him for the betterment of our own soul and all of mankind?
Episode 4 - Woman, how does your concern affect Me?
At the Wedding Feast at Cana, Mary tells Jesus the wine is running short.  Although a simple statement, it is filled with great trust and expectation.  Fr. Andrew Apostoli explains that this is how we are to approach God with our prayer requests.  We should be filled with trust and expectation because Jesus is always ready to forgive us.
Episode 5 - Why are you so terrified? Why are you lacking in faith?
Trust goes along with faith.  We have faith in God, but also must trust in Him.  Fr. Andrew Apostoli explores the differences between trust and faith and shows that although we may have faith in God, we must trust in His love for us also.
Episode 6 - Who do people say that the Son of Man is?
In Jesus day people believed Him to be John the Baptist, Elijah, or one of the other prophets. Many missed the fact He was the Messiah sent from God. Fr. Andrew Apostoli shows that in today’s secular world Jesus is once again not recognized by many as we instead put our faith in the trappings of modern society.
Episode 7 - Who do you say that I am?
In spite of many miracles and other signs many people of Jesus’ day did not believe Him to be the Messiah. But the apostles were able to recognize Jesus for who He really was. Fr. Andrew Apostoli shows why the same decision is placed before each of us today. Do we recognize Jesus as the Messiah or is our vision clouded by our own sin and earthly desires?
Episode 8 - Do You Also Want to Leave?
Many of Jesus’ followers left His company when His teachings became difficult, yet the apostles persisted because they knew Him to be God. Fr. Andrew Apostoli shows that we are faced with the same decision today. Do we fall away when the teachings of Christ become difficult or persevere to the end for an everlasting reward?
Episode 9 - What were you talking about along the way?
When the apostles argued who among them was the greatest, Our Lord instructed them that such thinking was folly. Fr. Andrew Apostoli explains why when we become absorbed In our own self importance, we must strive for the innocence of a child if we are to share in the heavenly kingdom.
Episode 10 - Do You Know What I Have Done for You?
At the Last Supper, Jesus washed the feet of His apostles to demonstrate humility. Fr. Andrew Apostoli explains why we must acquire humility and serve our fellow man as this is the only path to true happiness.
Episode 11 - What Would a Man Offer in Exchange for His Soul?
The secular world is filled with temptations and allurements that can easily draw our attention from God. Although God wants us to be happy in this life, we are warned not to build up treasures in this world, but to do so for the next. Fr. Andrew Apostoli shows why we must keep our attention on God or risk losing our soul for eternity.
Episode 12 - Could you not watch one hour with Me?
Jesus wanted his apostles to keep watch with Him in the Garden before His passion. Fr. Andrew Apostoli shows how because of weak faith we are like the apostles. We put our faith in the Lord but quickly run in fear if we are pout to the test. We must strive to be like Mary and the Apostle John who stood by Christ even through His crucifixion.
Episode 13 - Do you love Me?
Peter denied Our Lord three times, causing Christ to ask him after the resurrection if Peter loved Him. Fr. Andrew Apostoli explains that each of us do not know how weak we are until we are put to the test. If we put our faith in ourselves we can accomplish nothing, but if we put our faith in God and ask for His mercy, we can accomplish His will.