Another great video from Outsidedabox. This short video is about a young man who has an incredible experience in the Palm Sunday Liturgy when the responses from the Gospel reading draw him deep into an experience that he will never forget. If you enjoy the film or wish to use it in your ministry, please [...]
These three young adults put together this drama for our summer camp in 2011. Each year the Diocese hires young adults for their Totus Tuus program and to be counselors at several summer camps. It is a very powerful drama that you could do yourself or just show the video to them! What did you [...]
A new incredible video on being an altar server. This would be an incredible video to show when teaching on the Mass.
Another great video from the "2 minute" series from Busted Halo. This video goes through several of the fundamental Catholic beliefs about May in lest than three minutes. A great video use in a lesson or simply to share with your youth. To view this video and more done by Busted Halo, please check out [...]
Xt3 has put out this new video as a great resource to be used for Advent. The focus of the video is that Advent is NOT about the business that the culture can sometimes draw us into, but that Advent is about waiting. When you are done watching the video, you should also check out their online advent calendar and a few others that we found here.
A great video put out by the Washington Arch Diocese on the day average day in the life of a seminarian. Definitely a great resource to send to those young men that show interest or are discerning.
I realized we were lacking in good Advent resources on our site. This is another great video put out by Busted Halo. You can view the video on their site here. You can download the video here. Also, look forward to their Advent Calendar 2012. They did this last year and it was excellent.
This is great short video with sort of a challenging test in it. It ends with a great challenge about how we need to keep our minds focused on Jesus during the Mass. If we are too busy looking at other things, we can easily miss the most obvious gift, the Eucharist.