Faith In Motion
Videos promoting Catholic; faith, culture and teaching!
Catholic Speaker Ken Yasinski gives a short introduction to the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima and it’s core message. The Venerable Fulton Sheen gives us his version of the Fatima apparitions complete with an excerpt from the classic film.
This weekend is the Feast of Divine Mercy! A revelation given by Jesus to St. Faustina, the first saint canonized in this millennium. With a great desire to share this message I couldn’t settle on a video so I chose four.
Autumn, a member of Students For Life gives her response to Teen Vogue’s abortion gift-guide article. Her response shows not only insight but also clarity of thought and a tremendous conviction! This video was originally posted online last month (February, 20th 2017) by Students for Life.
In this video, originally aired in 1955, Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen will give us a lesson in how to think.
This thought by Catholic speaker Ken Yasinski reminds us of how easy it is to miss the headline of the Christmas season. You can find out more about Ken at http://catholicspeaker.com/ Below I’ve included an a cappella version of Mary, Did You Know? (one of my favorite Christmas songs) by Pentatonix
Give more, spend less… AdventConspiracy.com
This is a short video of part of the conversion story of Mark Hart. Mark is a Catholic evangelist who serves as the executive vice-president of Life Teen as well as a research fellow at the St. Paul Centre for Biblical Theology.
Musa is a man who invites us to make choices, he shares with us the joy of life. A video fro L’Arche Internationale At L’Arche, people with and without intellectual disabilities, share life in communities belonging to an International Federation. We foster mutual relationships, celebrate the unique value of every person, and strive for a world… Read More ›
“Holiness is not the luxury of the few it is a simple duty, for each one of us and through this love we can become holy!” Mother Theresa’s famous speech given when she accepted her Nobel Peace prize in 1979. She gives us a beautiful glimpse into the beautiful and very Catholic way she saw the… Read More ›
Pain and suffering are often peoples’ biggest obstacle to faith. “If there is a God, why does he let us suffer?” They conclude there is no God, or that he doesn’t care about us. Chris Stefanick points us to the truth revealed on the cross, that God is love, and suffers for us, and with… Read More ›