Manhood

  • Into the Breach

    1 season

    Into the Breach is a groundbreaking 12-episode video series from the Knights of Columbus that seeks 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 an...

  • Kapaun's Men
    4 seasons

    Kapaun's Men

    4 seasons

    The formation series offered by Kapaun's Men are designed to help spur discussion among men about practical and pertinent spiritual matters. Based on Father Kapaun's life and spirituality, the videos are open to men of all levels. With great topics for discussion and weekly challenges, they are s...

  • The Search
    1 season

    The Search

    1 season

    This 7-episode series hosted by Chris Stefanick explores the deepest questions of the human heart—Why am I here? What's life all about? What happens when we die?—and guides you through the great big story of everything, as astrophysicists, psychologists, neuroscientists, artists, chemists and pro...

  • Father Michael McGivney: The Priest Who Founded the Knights of the Columbus

    Father Michael McGivney is a documentary that brings to life the story of one of America's most extraordinary Catholic priests. Born in Connecticut of Irish immigrant parents just a few years before the Civil War, Michael McGivney grew up at a time when millions of Catholic immigrants were strugg...

  • Ignatius of Loyola

    This modern and very human take on the story of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits, often called "The Saint of Second Chances," is an incisive and thrilling look at the life of the real man behind the legend. In his lifelong quest to become the heroic knight of his fantasies, Igna...

  • Lectio: Peter
    1 season

    Lectio: Peter

    1 season

    This is the first episode of a 10-part series available on FORMED. To enjoy the entire series along with bonus materials, please visit www.formed.org/trial.

    The character of St. Peter is both inspiring and confounding to many of us.
    How could a stubborn and impulsive fisherman become the "rock" ...

  • Anima
    1 season

    Anima

    1 season

    This is the first episode of a three-part series available on FORMED. To enjoy the entire series, please visit www.formed.org/trial.

    We are all longing for a sense of greater meaning in our lives. In the ANIMA series, Bishop Donald Hying leads us through an inspiring account of how God's plan fo...

  • ECHO with Bishop Donald Hying

    4 seasons

    This is the first episode of a multipart series available on FORMED. To enjoy the entire series along with bonus materials, please visit www.formed.org/trial.

    The ECHO series from Ahava Productions will be a 36 part video-based study of the United States Catholic Catechism of Adults (USCCA) pres...

  • Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained

    2 seasons

    This is the first episode of a 20-part series available on FORMED. To enjoy the entire series along with bonus materials, please visit www.formed.org/trial.

    Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained features 20 video and discussion sessions that brings together some of the most trusted Catholic tea...

  • The Elements of the Catholic Mass

    1 season

    This is the first episode of a multipart series available on FORMED. To enjoy the entire series, please visit www.formed.org/trial.

    Elements of the Catholic Mass is designed to help the faithful better appreciate the beauty of the Mass. Featuring Fr. Douglas Martis, former director of the Liturg...

  • What Is Love?

    What is my love? What is His love? And what’s the difference. This simple, touching short exposes the many implications of Jesus’ number one commandment.

  • Powers and Dominions: Angels, Demons, and Spiritual Warfare

    "In all of God's creation we see such splendor, beauty, mystery, and wonder. Within this creation there are beings with intellect and free will: humans and angels.

    From the creation of the world, the realm of the angels and the world of men have interacted. This interaction is not always a posit...

  • The Problem of Evil with Jimmy Akin

    If God is all-good and all-powerful, then why is there evil?

    This is perhaps the most vexing challenge that non-believers pose to Christians. Our world of violence, greed, and suffering seems incompatible with the God of the Gospel. How can we answer the challenge?

    In The Problem of Evil, Jimmy...

  • Matrimony & Holy Orders: The Sacraments of Service & Communion

    More than merely a contract between two people in love, marriage was created by God as part of his plan for humanity. How we fit within that plan may depend on our view of the Sacrament of Matrimony and its profound meaning for the world.

  • Hostia: The Power and Presence of the Eucharist

    "This powerful and inspiring film begins with the Gospel accounts of how Jesus Christ instituted the Eucharist. It explains how the sacrifices and offerings in the Old Testament prefigured the perfect and final sacrifice in Jesus Christ Himself—the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world...

  • Is It Possible to Pray At All Times? with Fr. Damian Ference

    Matt Fradd questions Saint Thomas about prayer. Should we pray a long time? How do we pray continuously? Find out the angelic doctor's thoughts in this eminently practical podcast.

  • Why Is Sin Bad?

    If your child was doing something that you knew was harmful to them, even possibly fatal, would it bother you? It would be any parent’s greatest heartache. Before we ask what sin is, and without even talking about heaven and hell, we need to ask, why is sin bad for me and my life right now. Or in...

  • A Catholic Moral Vision: Virtue, Grace & the Path to Happiness

    How does following the moral vision as taught by the Church lead us to whole and happy lives, especially when the world around us seems to be in moral turmoil?

  • Everyday Heroes

    Heroism is not some unattainable ideal. Heroism is a worthy goal that lies within our grasp. That is the central message of Everyday Heroes, a new documentary film featuring the witnesses of remarkable Brother Knights whose courage, faith and commitment to charity embody the mission of the Knight...

  • Finding Purpose

    All of us at some point will suffer from the want of meaning or purpose in our lives. Without it, we drift away from ourselves and everyone else, living in a state of anxiety. How do we break out of this anxiety of life? Two steps. Inspired by Bl. Fulton Sheen (The Philosophy of Life).

  • Ocean of Mercy

    At the dawn of the twentieth century, three voices rose up from Poland to proclaim an urgent message, a message powerful enough to alter the course of an age plunging into spiritual darkness.

    Filmed on location in more than twenty cities across Poland and the United States, this true story exami...

  • Lead Kindly Light: The Life & Message of Blessed John Henry Newman

    An influential teacher, a distinguished theologian, a man who endured many trials, a father of souls—Blessed John Henry Newman (1801 - 1890) remains as fresh and relevant today as he was during his lifetime. In this engaging film, Fr. Nicholas Schofield and Fr. Marcus Holden, hosts of several oth...

  • St. Andrew: After the Upper Room

    Explore the lives of the Apostles — Who are they? What is their story? Whom did they influence? How did they lay the foundations of the Church as we know it? Begin with St. Andrew, presented by Fr. Ambrose Criste, O.Praem.

  • The Birth of the Franciscans

    These three fascinating docu-dramas use expert commentary, on-location footage, and dramatic vignettes to tell the stories of three disciples of Saint Francis of Assisi. These stories trace the origins of the Franciscan movement.

    Friar Bernard was the first to join Francis in ministry. Although ...