THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS
"Miracle Hunter" Michael O'Neill examines the lives of men and women of faith on the path to sainthood and the search for canonization miracles. From miracle workers to martyrs and ordinary people living extraordinary lives of heroic virtue, this EWTN original series presents those exemplary people who make us wonder if someday they might be saints.Rent $2.99Buy $14.99
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS- BISHOP FREDERIC BARAGA
An EWTN Original documentary on “The Snow Shoe Priest,” Venerable Bishop Frederic Baraga, his heroic mission across Michigan, and his cause for sainthood.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS- THE MARTYRS OF LA FLORIDA
The extraordinary faith of the Spanish priests and Apalachee natives that were killed while evangelizing and defending their Catholic faith in La Florida.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - SISTER MARIE DE MANDAT-GRANCEY
Witness the life of Sister Marie de Mandat-Grancey, a French nun who founded the House of the Virgin Mary in Ephesus, Turkey, in this EWTN original docu-drama hosted by Michael O'Neill.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - BLESSED MIRIAM TERESA DEMJANOVICH
The short, impactful life of Teresa Demjanovich. Michael O’Neill presents the case for canonization for this Sister of Charity, which includes the only known cure of bilateral macular degeneration.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - FR. PATRICK PEYTON
This self-described “rosary priest” pioneered the use of radio and TV, massive rallies and Hollywood celebrities to bring prayer to the masses, promoting “the family that prays together stays together.”
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS- VEN. MARY ANGELINE TERESA MCCRORY O. CARM
Mary Angeline Teresa McCrory’s life of holiness and service to the elderly poor has led to a groundswell of support for sainthood. Michael O’Neill looks at Mother McCrory's legacy and the miracles attributed to her.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS- BISHOP ALPHONSE GALLEGOS
He strolled the streets of Sacramento, saving souls by visiting families and mixing with “low riders” in the Latino community. “Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neill profiles the “Bishop of the Barrios,” Alphonse Gallegos.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS-VEN. MOTHER MARIA KAUPAS
The case for sainthood of Venerable Mother Maria Kaupas, founder of the Sisters of St. Casimir. Her inspirational work in education and healthcare led many to seek her intercession before God on their behalf.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS- FR. ALOYSIUS SCHWARTZ
Canonization candidate Fr. Al Schwartz dedicated his life to working with the poorest of the poor, establishing youth programs and founding religious orders that still serve his worldwide mission long after his death.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - FR. MICHAEL MCGIVNEY
Miracle Hunter, Michael O’Neill examines the canonization case of Fr. Michael McGivney. This founder of the Knights of Columbus was beatified in 2020 after the miraculous cure of a young boy was attributed to him.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - MONTSE GRASES
“Miracle Hunter” Michael O’Neil examines the saintly life of Montse Grases. This cheerful 17-year old who faced cancer with extraordinary faith and joy could be the first woman of Opus Dei to be declared a saint.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - FRANCIS XAVIER SEELOS
The life of Francis Xavier Seelos, a renowned confessor, spiritual director, and leader of missions throughout the United States in the early 19th century, and the promising new miracle that’s being attributed to him.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - BLESSED SOLANUS CASEY
Solanus Casey was known far and wide as the miracle-working Capuchin from Detroit, and his beatification was attended by 60,000 people at Ford Field in 2017. Michael O’Neill examines his simple yet remarkable life.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - FR. NELSON BAKER
The “Miracle Hunter” examines the canonization case for Fr. Nelson Baker. A former business owner, he built a world-class “city of charity” with an orphanage, home for troubled youth, schools, a hospital and a basilica.
THEY MIGHT BE SAINTS - RHODA WISE
In Canton, Ohio, Rhoda Wise was well-known as a mystic with many spiritual gifts and healing miracles, one of them experienced by Rita Rizzo, the future Mother Angelica. Michael O’Neill relates her remarkable story.