I Forgive, with Immaculée Ilibagiza
Rwandan genocide survivor, Immaculée Ilibagiza, presents stories of men and women who through their Faith, have chosen to forgive. With additional insights on forgiveness from a theological and psychological perspective.
This series on to the power of forgiveness begins with host Immaculée Ilibagiza sharing her own journey to forgive those who terrorized her family and her country during the Rwandan genocide that occurred in 1994.
MARDY AND AUDREY JONES
To heal from the scourge of alcoholism and wounds of domestic violence, Mardy and Audrey Jones must learn how to forgive themselves and each other. With additional insights from Fr. Thomas Berg and Dr. Timothy Lock.
JENNIFER HUBBARD, pt. 1
Follow Jennifer Hubbard’s journey to forgiveness. Her daughter, Catherine, was one of 20 children and 6 adults killed by a gunman during a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
JENNIFER HUBBARD, pt. 2
Few parents can overcome the loss of a child, especially in a senseless tragedy like the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary. See Jennifer Hubbard’s journey to forgiveness after the death of her daughter, Catherine.
PATRICIA SANDOVAL, pt. 1
Haunted by memories of multiple abortions, Patricia Sandoval overcame homelessness and drug abuse to find healing and purpose in life. Witness her miraculous journey that led her to forgive others and forgive herself.