Word For A Wounded World TV series season 1is a 24-part (30 minutes each) teaching series presented as a spiritual journey and shot in five locations in two countries in Africa, with thousands of participants in attendance. It is inspired by the spiritual heritage of His Holiness Benedict XVI’s call on the need of the Church in service to reconciliation, justice and peace (See Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Africae Munus of November 19, 2011) and the recent Pope Francis call on the Church to reach out to the poor and the vulnerable. Fr. Maurice leads the audience to find the much-needed tools for spiritual healing from various wounds that many suffer. This TV program will premiere on EWTN in September 2014 and will be streamed live in more than 144 countries of the world across the five continents. Watch out for it!
Echoes From Africa. Would you want to know what Africans think about life and spirituality? Would you be interested to hear from the horse’s mouth? Then, Echoes From Africa is the answer. More than fifty popular Africans have been interviewed and they tell their stories in the most audacious way. You may be surprised to hear what they have to say. This short series will premiere on EWTN this fall. Check it out! Subscribe to our channel as well [link of our YouTube channel], and have a full access to these and future interviews.
Called. Many wonder why some young men and women would gladly give up the usual expectations of sex, wealth and bright career for the priestly and religious vocation. What is their motivation and of what purpose does it serve? This show tries to get at the core of the matter. Watch it on our YouTube channel as well as on EWTN come fall 2014.
Film Documentary, The Church in Africa is a bold step to bring to the limelight the growth and challenges of Christianity in Africa. This 12-part documentary will be historical, aesthetic and spiritual in character. Historical, because it will trace the history of the Church in Africa and highlight the significant moments, as well as the untold stories of the Church pilgrimage on the African soil. We are interested in the untold stories. Liturgical, because over and above chronological narrative, it will draw the audience into the spirituality and liturgical life of the African peoples by showing moving stories of worship, sacrifices, conflicts, community life, devotions, social and charitable works that shape this history. Aesthetic, because the film will be a powerful cinematography of the architecture, arts and colorful culture of the people. Attempts will be made to reflect the stories from all the 54 countries and two Islands on the African continent. The production team will visit at least 37 of these countries cutting across the five regions of the African continent.
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