Archdiocese of Denver remains steadfast with ongoing growth of Priesthood
filmed & edited by: Jon Ervin, Jake Machado, Seth James DeMoor
Published on: 20th May 2014 — 12:43 PM / OBS: North America
Denver, the Mile High City, Receives Seven Men to Christ’s Priesthood at Cathedral on Colfax Avenue
‘…I Will Make You Fishers of Men’
Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver ordains seven men to the Catholic priesthood
Published on: May 20th 2013 — 10:09 AM / OBS: North America
music by: St. John Vianney Theological Seminary - Denver, CO
DENVER, CO, USA — Twenty years after World Youth Day 1993 in Denver, vocations to the priesthood in the Mile High City are on the rise. Strong evidence for the infusion of the Holy Spirit’s work in northern Colorado was on display at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception this past Saturday, as seven men laid down their life in service to Christ’s priesthood. Through God’s grace, and these men’s “YES” to Christ’s call, the Archdiocese of Denver received a huge boost of ‘ardor’ for the future work of the Church and the New Evangelization.
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Missionary Service in Cusco Peru Reveals Profound Purpose for Life, New Vocations
My Idea was to Give One Year of Volunteer Service
“No one can give what they don’t have.”
Published on: April 11th, 2013 — 8:07 AM / OBS: SOUTH AMERICA
CUSCO, PERU — A story for you today from Cusco, Peru in Spanish with English subtitles focusing on discernment through missionary service. We bring you the testimony of two men giving service to the poor with the Missionary Servants of the Poor (Opus Christi Salvatoris Mundi www.msptm.com/en/ )
The first man you see in the video is Fr. Pierfilippo Giovanetti from Italy, and the second is Eduardo Pardo from Barcelona, Spain. They both went to Cusco with the idea that they would give one year of service to the poor. (read more below)
Annie & Al Palmquist
Video Missionaries in South America
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Building Catholic Culture Block by Block in Denver with Deacon Goebel
I Want to Serve a Church that is Vibrant
“You are a priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek”
Published on: March 27th, 2013 — 8:09 AM / OBS: North America
DENVER, CO, USA — “I wanted to be part of something bigger than myself.” Those words from Deacon Nathan Goebel are powerful, and rare in the 21st century. Do those words from the good Deacon resonate in your life? Better yet, will those words resonate in the streets of Denver over the next 5, 10, even 20 years from now? (more below)
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Video Missionary, North America
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music by: The Tallest Man on Earth, The Album Leaf, Modest Mouse
This short video and vignette on the faithful and lighthearted ‘Man of God’(as pointed out by his coffee mug) from Illinois, now serving the Archdiocese … Read More »
Bishop James Conley, Thanks for the Memories in Denver
Bishop James Conley is heading to Lincoln Nebraska to become their new shepherd, but not before a quick trip down memory lane in the Archdiocese of Denver.
Father John Nepil Experiences Suffering on his Path to Knowledge of God
‘The first challenge was over activism’
The suffering was a profound frustration with the way I was trying to medicate my life
Published on: 11th October 2012 — 10:03 AM / OBS: North America
music by: Xx, Gregory Alan Isakov, Efterklang
DENVER, CO, USA — By God’s grace, this mission is often blessed to travel across this great nation in pursuit of the ‘one billion Catholic stories.’ But sometimes our team does not have to go far, just up to the mighty Rocky Mountains. During our adventures in the mountains, the opportunity to encounter apostolates within the Catholic faith often arise. These encounters are filled with grace everytime. Why? Because of people like the man in today’s story. Click play and listen to this three minute story. You will understand why the Catholic faith has a chance to come … Read More »
Fr. Mike Gould, Missionary Priest in Bolivia for 57 years
A Maryknoll priest, “Padre Miguel” as we knew him was a lifesaver for me while serving as a lay missioner in the town of Okinawa, Bolivia.
Video composed by Fr. Mike’s niece, Molly, and her husband.
Life is One Grand Adventure After Complete Self-Giving to Jesus Christ
This young man from England shares his animated story of encountering difficult times during his teenage years, but overcoming those hurdles through the power of Confession. This soon to be Deacon communicates very clearly how confessing one’s sins to a Priest, Jesus Christ, allowed him to see clearly the path that God had set out for his life. By the end of this video it is clear that self-giving, complete self-giving, is the only way to unearth true fulfillment in this world. Thank you Frankie Mulgrew for your incredible story of faith!
Discerning the Priesthood and Impact of Blessed John Paul II
Video Missionary in USA
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John Paul II and Mother Teresa, Their 21st c. Impact
‘Yeah, that makes sense, you’re a priest.’
Posted on: 9th April 2012
ASPEN, CO, USA — After a 10 day hiatus from publishing a daily story, the mission returns with some footage from a recent hut trip to the 10th Mount Division training grounds of World War II. The 10 day hiatus was the result of a server issue, which caused the website to crash two weeks ago. Although not all the content is back up to date, we have begun to publish a new story everyday to the ‘digital continent’. Our team just wants to say thanks for your patience and for sticking with us through these challenges.
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Road to the Priesthood in Ireland, part one
Even though ‘Irish Steve’ has returned home from the Emerald Isle, we continue to publish Catholic stories from that great nation of Catholic heritage. With the help of God’s grace, remarkable testimonies from an hard hit culture of Catholics, continue to appear for the mission.
Kind of like ESPN, someday this mission will be able to publish a 10-part DVD collection titled, ‘The Classics: Reversions to the Catholic Faith.’ Why? Because at least once a week we are hearing people share from the very depths of their being their wayward lives of the past, which ends up unfulfilling at the core of their souls, and back into a journey home to Catholicism. What an honor it is to hear part I to this man’s story from Ireland today, a true witness to the hope that rests within all Catholics … Read More »