This groundbreaking new film exposes a generation of lies and distortion regarding Ngo Dinh Diem. The first president of the Republic of Vietnam, Diem is commonly portrayed as a corrupt and tyrannical leader whose repression of Buddhists, led to a popular uprising against his rule. However, Liberator of Asia reveals a man with rare integrity, a patriot who strove to free his country from Western colonialism while protecting it from Communism. Diem's brutal murder in a US backed coup resembles more a martyrdom than a political murder, and ushered in the Vietnam War. This searing film restores the truth of who Diem was and the deadly price of American hubris.
Liberator of Asia:
The True Story of Ngo Dihn Diem (2022)
Mother Teresa: No Greater Love (2022)
Twenty-five years have passed since the death of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, sparking a renewed interest in this spiritual giant of the 20th century. Filmed on 5 continents and featuring unprecedented access to both institutional archives and the apostolates of the Missionaries of Charity, this film reveals not just who Mother Teresa was, but how her singular vision to serve Christ in the poor continues to be realized through the Missionaries of Charity today. This is far more than a documentary film. It is at once a soaring tribute to a spiritual icon, a powerful witness of authentic Christian charity, and a guidepost for all who seek hope in our turbulent times.
Few players in the 150-year history of Major League Baseball have exemplified greatness both on and off the playing field more than Gil Hodges. The Dodger legend won championships in both Brooklyn and Los Angeles, and later managed the 1969 “Miracle Mets” to a shocking World Series win. But it his sterling character and leadership-- forged on the deadly battlefield of Okinawa, where Hodges served as a Marine during World War II, and on the Dodger infield where he played a critical role defending Jackie Robinson during the breaking of the color barrier--that define Hodges in this new documentary film produced to coincide with a critical 2020 vote to finally elect Hodges into the Hall of Fame.
Soul of a Champion: The Gil Hodges Story (2021)
St. Joseph: Our Spiritual Father
Enduring Faith: The Story of Native American Catholics (2021)
The voyages of Christopher Columbus were a watershed moment in the history of human civilization. Like every encounter, or new day, they offered a world of possibilities. Narrated by actor Chazz Palminteri, Courage and Conviction is a 30 min. documentary that offers insight into Christopher Columbus' remarkable journey, facts on the encounter of civilizations, details on the origins of Columbus Day and context behind the affinity many immigrants have for Columbus. Finally, the film addresses elements of cancel culture and currents that would prefer to rewrite history based on false accusations. Courage and Conviction shows why Christopher Columbus remains not only a man worthy of admiration, but a noble icon of what it means to be a Catholic and an American.
Courage and Conviction: The true Story of Christopher Columbus (2020)
Armed with the Faith: The Knights of Columbus and the Military (2021)
The support of the Knights of Columbus for the armed forces is legendary. Since its founding in 1882 Brother Knights have served on the front lines in every war. The Knights have never wavered because there is a natural affinity between the virtues of military service and the principles of the Knights of Columbus. That theme is vividly explored in Armed with the Faith: The Knights of Columbus and the Military. This film will inspire in viewers a great appreciation for military chaplains, a proper understanding of patriotism as a virtue and a deeper insight into military service as a vocation. Above all it offers a timeless example of how, even in times of war, the Knights of Columbus continues to offer men a real spiritual brotherhood through its commitment to charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.
Into the Breach is a groundbreaking 12-episode video series from the Knights of Columbus that strives to answer what it means to be a Catholic man in today's world. Inspired by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted's apostolic exhortation to Catholic men, Into the Breach tells men they are made for greatness and challenges them to achieve it by founding their lives on God and pursuing heroic virtue. Each of the episodes explores a core theme including brotherhood, leadership, fatherhood and spiritual warfare. The series is undergirded by more than fifty compelling speakers, including Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted of Phoenix, former MLB player Mike Sweeney, author and theologian Dr. Scott Hahn, speaker Fr. Mike Schmitz and former NFL player Matt Birk.
Into the Breach (2020)
Father Michael McGivney: An American Blessed (2020)
A Witness for the World: The Global Impact of Blessed Michael McGivney (2020)
This film reveals the amazing story of the apparitions of Our Lady of the Rosary of San Nicolás, Argentina, between 1983-1990. Largely unknown in the English speaking world, in 2016 Bishop Hector Cardelli of San Nicolás approved the apparitions as being of supernatural origin. These powerful Marian messages, and the popular pilgrimage site are brought to life in this inspiring film. Filmed on location in San Nicolás, it traces the origins of the apparitions and the spiritual impact of Mary’s messages. Rooted in Scripture and offering profound hope, you will be moved by Mary’s urgent request for our meditative praying of the Rosary, her warnings to youth about the evils of our age, and her call for repentance and consecration to her Immaculate Heart.
The Woman Clothed with the Sun: Our Hope (2021)
St. Junipero Serra: A Man of God, A Mission of Love (2021)
In the spring of 1945, the Roman Catholic priest inmates of the Dachau Concentration Camp sensed that the Allied victory in the Second World War was imminent. They also believed, however, that the Nazis would never allow them to leave the camp alive. On April 14, they began a novena entrusting their safety to St. Joseph of Kalisz. Unbeknownst to them, on the same day, Heinrich Himmler signed an order for the execution of all Dachau prisoners. Miraculously, Dachau was liberated by Allied troops on April 29, only hours before Himmler’s order was to be carried out. Our Liberator: St. Joseph and the Priests of Dachau tells this remarkable true story, and gives a powerful witness to the power of intercessory prayer.
Our Liberator: St. Joseph and The Priests of Dachau (2023)
Everyday Heroes is an inspirational new film featuring individuals whose courage, faith and commitment to charity embody the mission of the Knights of Columbus. From the college football star who selflessly put the needs of others before his own to the Special Olympics athlete who gives witness to the dignity of all human life---these stories demonstrate how the betterment of our world ultimately begins with the individual human heart.
Everyday Heroes (2019)
World Youth Day Krakow: A Pilgrimage of Mercy (2017)
In the fall of 1979, John Paul II was one year into a transformative papacy filled with hope and dynamism. Northern Ireland was a decade into the Troubles, a bloody conflict that shrouded all of Ireland in gloom. The dramatic encounter between this charismatic Polish Pope and the “land of Saints and Scholars,” is captured poignantly in John Paul II in Ireland: A Plea for Peace.
John Paul II in Ireland: A Plea for Peace (2018)
Warriors to Lourdes (2019)
This 28-minute film highlights the transformative experience of the annual Warriors to Lourdes pilgrimage for wounded, ill and injured veterans seeking physical and spiritual healing. Through very personal accounts of men and women in uniform, along with those of military chaplains, the film showcases the life-changing impact of this spiritual pilgrimage. These stories reveal that sometimes the greatest acts of courage occur not on the battlefield but inside the human heart.
At times a searing analysis of the post-earthquake horrors and Haiti’s turbulent history, and at times a poignant sports story about overcoming insurmountable odds, Unbreakable: A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti is ultimately a powerful reminder of how the bonds of hope are oftentimes born out of the shackles of despair.
Francis: the Pope From the New World unveils the personality, passion and extraordinary faith of the new Pope. Shot on location in Buenos Aires, and featuring interviews with close friends, collaborators, and his official biographer - this documentary film traces the remarkable rise of Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
Narrated by Jim Caviezel, The Face of Mercy explores the history and relevance of Divine Mercy in our turbulent times. Filmed in stunning 4K and seamlessly weaving together theology, and history with modern testimonials and visual effects, this stirring film creates a remarkable tapestry of what constitutes the face of mercy in our modern world.
Face of Mercy (2016)
A Hand of Peace: Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust explores the difficult choices Pius XII faced during the Second World War, and provides convincing proof that his bold actions saved tens of thousands of Jewish lives and paved the way for a new era of Catholic-Jewish relations that have deepened over the past 50 years.