Faith and Life
See God’s love and grace in the lives of ordinary Catholics practicing their faith every day. This inspiring series profiles where they’ve come from and where God is taking them.
SR. JENNIFER, pt. 2
Sr. Jennifer explains how the Carmelite nuns meet their financial needs by baking bread and cookies which are sold to the locals, and how she coped when Covid ravaged the convent leaving two nuns dead and more ill.
SR. JENNIFER, pt. 1
Sr. Jennifer from the Heart of Jesus became a Carmelite sister at the age of 24. She tells Campbell Miller about her spiritual journey to becoming a nun and adapting to a cloistered life in Spain’s Malaga Provence.
FR. ADRIAN FARRELLY
A conversation with Fr. Adrian Farrelly. This Dominican priest, now based in Newry, Ireland, opens up about how a serious injury in Rome had him questioning his faith, but it ultimately brought him closer to God.
FR. PAUL BEAR
Campbell Miller travels to Gibraltar, at Spain’s southern tip, to chat with Fr. Paul Bear. The parish priest talks about his work as chaplain to the local prison and his special relationship with St. Teresa of Calcutta.
MARION CARROLL, pt. 2
Marion Carroll recalls the 30-year investigative process the Church undertook before announcing her unexplained healing at the Knock shrine, after having suffered, bedridden and incontinent, from MS for 17 years.
MARION CARROLL, pt. 1
Marion Carroll suffered from MS for 17 years, and was bedridden and incontinent. But on September 3, 1989, she was healed at Knock, Ireland’s shrine. In this interview, she recalls what happened on that special day.
FR. MARTIN O'HAGAN
Fr. Martin O’Hagan, a parish priest in County Down, Ireland, moonlights as a member of the multi-platinum music group “The Priests.” They once held the world record as the fastest-selling UK debut for a classical act.
FR. PAT PEYTON
Featuring Fr. Patrick Peyton, nephew of the Rosary Priest who preached that families who pray together stay together. He discusses his famous uncle and his current work at Collooney Parish in County Mayo, Ireland.
FR. LA FLYNN
Fr. La Flynn speaks of his work in Kenya, a world away from his current Irish home in Lough Derg, a pilgrimage site known as St. Patrick’s purgatory. It dates back to the Fifth Century land is located on Saints Island.
FR. JOSEPH MARY
Fr. Joseph Mary of the Franciscan Friars talks about his previous work in a housing estate run by Irish gangs. Lessons he learned from his own teenage years helped him evangelize and improve the lives of others.