The Little Sisters of the Poor serve the elderly poor with great love. Watch this film explain the problem, their solution, and how you can help. Joyful Films has a unique approach to films with a goal of fundraising that has been proven effective. We get down to the core and really help the viewer feel as if they are part of the story.
Man Up Philly 2022 hosted nearly 1,000 men all coming together to grow in their faith. Watch the Recap video here and watch the full talks on the Man Up Philly YouTube channel. Joyful Films provided the live video production for the day as well as the creation of this recap video.
Compassion, understanding, and empathy characterize the ministry of Fr. Douglas McKay, priest for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Fr. Doug, ordained in 1982, is founder and chaplain for Our House Ministries in the Grays Ferry section of Philadelphia. As ‘the living and transparent image of Christ the priest’ (JPII), Fr. Doug uses the power of prayer and the sacraments in his outreach to those who are struggling with addiction.
This film speaks to the problem of hunger and homelessness in the city of Philadelphia and Niagara Falls and how the Vincentian Eastern Province changes that story.
This EMMY award winning film tells the story of Malik Brandy a formerly incarcerated individual who through the help of PAR Recycle Works, a ministry sponsored by the Vincentians Eastern Province, was able to find transformation upon his return to everyday life.
The fathers of St. Joseph is a confraternity of men who follow the timeless wisdom and example of the man who was father to the Son and son of the Father. With St. Joseph as our leader, each father strives to become as he became – an icon of God the Father. As God the Father entrusted His Son to St. Joseph’s care, we also strive to entrust ourselves as children, who are fathers, to this father who will teach…
Learn about this life changing ministry and how it is feeding the hungry hearts of God’s children.
Following two newly ordained Vincentian Catholic priests during their first year of ministry, this candid documentary captures the joy of living a vocation, the challenges of serving others, and how to find hope in a pandemic. Frs. Leo Tiburcio, CM, and Luis Romero, CM, are young Vincentian men on a mission to “serve Christ in the poor.” With unfettered access and honest commentary, we follow Leo and Luis on their first-year journey that was a decade in the making. From…
This film tells the story of Brother William Stover, a Vincentian Brother, who ministers to people who struggle with addiction. The film is a journey through the challenges and hope an addict experiences.
This film why a Vincentian Education is different than any other education.
May is the month of Mary, but everyday is a good day to grow closer to the mother of our Lord, Jesus Christ. This film is about the power of having a relationship with Mary, the Mother of God.
Celebrating 170 Years of Vincentian Priests and Brothers. This film tells the history of the Vincentian Priests and Brothers in Philadelphia and the impact they have had on the community.
Servant Leaders, Joan and Dan Hilferty, are presented with the St. Charles Borromeo award and this film explains why.
This is the story of the incredible strength, hope, and love found at the centers funded by the Legacy of Life Foundation. The women in this film gave their real testimonies. Visit legacyoflifefoundation.org to be a part of the story now and the story of life and love in the future.
Heed the Call is a film about greatness. It tells how God has a plan for each one of our lives and we will be the most happy and the most fulfilled by following that plan. The film speaks on all the vocations, married life, religious life, but focuses in particular on the vocation to the priesthood and how it truly is a call to greatness. This film encourages young men to Heed The Call. Visit: heedthecall.org for more information….
This is the story of Jose Serrano, a seminarian of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia. Visit http://heedthecall.org/ for more information. Joyful Films can create a short film inspired by the message you want to get out there. This could be done through narrative or documentary storytelling.
Joyful Films would like to thank priests for their commitment to being there for those they serve. Visit heedthecall.org for more information.
An Exploration of a beautiful landmark in Philadelphia: Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. To learn more visit cathedralphila.org
The rising of Jesus Christ from the dead at Easter has profound, personal implications for everyone, explains Michelle Francl-Donnay. The suburban Philadelphia Catholic theologian, chemistry professor and parishioner offers practical ways to live the Easter joy of new life in Christ. You can also find this video featured in an article on CatholicPhilly.com
The story of two adoptive families, this is a short documentary film on two families that were created under difficult circumstances. They chose a loving option that returned to them and the children ten-fold. http://www.adoptionisalovingoption.org/ Joyful Films can create a short film inspired by the message you want to get out there. This could be done through narrative or documentary storytelling.
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