LIFE AND TIMES OF SISTER FAUSTINA
Born in Poland in 1905 as Helena Kowalska, she is now known as Blessed Sister Mary Faustina, "The Apostle of Divine Mercy." Fr. Seraphim Michalenko Vice-Postulator for the cause of Canonization for Blessed Faustina for North America, explains in detail this re-enactment of Blessed Faustina’s life and the Divine Mercy Novena.
Born a Mohawk, Kateri endured many hardships. Orphaned and ostracized by smallpox and traumatized by war, she embraced the Catholic faith, became a missionary to her people and our first Native American saint.
IN CONCERT: THE GREAT ORGAN OF NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL
The majesty of the great organ at Notre Dame Cathedral is showcased by organist Olivier Latry in this historic concert recorded prior to the catastrophic fire.
THE LEASH AND THE COLLAR – LIVING UNDER THE LORDSHIP OF CHRIST
Fr. James Mallon discusses the importance of surrendering to Jesus, as a key to our freedom.
GLOBAL FAMILY EUCHARISTIC HOLY HOUR
Children from around the world engage in a special Eucharistic Holy Hour and pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy in English, Spanish, Polish, Vietnamese, and Khasi.