Catholicism: The Journey of a Lifetime

Catholicism: The Journey of a Lifetime

Father Robert Barron's epic ten-part documentary on the living culture of the Catholic Church

Showing throughout the Fall at our parish!


St Thomas More will be showing all ten episodes of Catholicism throughout the fall of 2011. All episodes will be shown in the Friends and Family Hall and accompanied with a simple dinner following the 5:15 vigil Mass on the dates below. Bring your friends and family to share in this great opportunity. There will be no charge for these events, although donations will be accepted.

  • August 27 - Episode 1 - Amazed and Afraid -- The Revelation of God Become Man
  • Sept 10 - Episode 2 - Happy Are We -- The Teachings of Jesus
  • Sept 17 - Episode 3 - That Which Nothing Greater Can Be Thought -- The Ineffable Mystery of God
  • Oct 1 - Episode 4 - Our Tainted Nature's Solitary Boast -- Mary, the Mother of God
  • Oct 8 - Episode 5 - To the Ends of the Earth -- Peter, Paul, and the Missionary Adventure
  • Oct 29 - Episode 6 - A Body Both Suffering and Glorious -- The Mystical Union of Christ and the Church
  • Nov 5 - Episode 7 - Word Made Flesh, True Bread of Heaven -- The Mystery of the Church's Sacrament and Worship
  • Nov 19 - Episode 8 - A Vast Company of Witnesses -- The Communion of Saints
  • Dec 3 - Episode 9 - The Fire of His Love -- Prayer and the Life of the Spirit
  • Dec 17 - Episode 10 - World Without End -- The Last Things

Catholicism is an opportunity to discover the rich heritage of the Catholic Church in an epic media experience. Catholicism is a groundbreaking ten-part documentary produced by Word on Fire Ministries that explores the living culture of the Catholic Church through a global journey: from the lands of the Bible to the great shrines of Europe, from the mysteries of Asia to the rich landscapes of Latin America, from the beating heart of Africa and beyond, you are invited to witness the passion and glory of the Catholic faith. Catholicism tells the story of the Church as only Father Robert Barron could do and carries the endorsement of Archbishop Timothy Dolan, Francis Cardinal George, and many others.

After the successful special advanced screening Saint Thomas More held of the first episode on November 20, 2010, we're excited now to once again invite you to dine together and share with us this journey as Father Robert Barron leads us to the mysterious sites and sacred places of the land of Israel. From the lush region of ancient Ceasarea Phillipi to the shores of the Sea of Galilee, from the holy city of Jerusalem and finally to the eternal city of Rome, Father Barron will use his pilgrimage to illuminate and explain the Catholic faith's conviction that Jesus of Nazareth is the promised Messiah and the revelation of God become man.

Visit the Catholicism website for more information or to view the series highlights.

Last Published: September 27, 2011 2:53 PM