A physician and a TV executive discuss Holy Communion.
Forgiveness in art, literature, philosophy.
Educating children; Fred Rogers.
A motion picture details parents' struggle to help their child.
Trevor Ferrell; Joan Ganz Cooney; Eunice Kennedy Shriver; Mother Hale; Vincent Fontana; actor Chris Burke.
Guitarist Tony Melendez.
Singer/songwriter Deanna Edwards; healing power of music.
Finding inner peace and daily happiness.
Actress Michael Learned.
Writer Susan Muto; Monsignor Kenneth Lasch; joy of community.
Anthony Kennedy Shriver; collegians team with mentally impaired people.
Urban poverty; entrepreneurs.
The Roman Catholic church and the media.
Music by Steve Allen, Hildegarde, Pete Seeger, George Wein.
Media and its impact.
Success according to Bob Newhart.
Divine presence in everyday life.
Benedictine recording artist Sister Germaine Fritz.
Broadcaster Joe Garagiola.
College video contest winners.
Actors Shelley Fabares and Mike Farrell.
The Rev. Jerry Jecewiz, magician.
Child abuse and neglect.
Lay Apostolic Ministries With the Poor (LAMP) founders Lyn and Tom Scheuring.
Rosetta LeNoire ('Family Matters').
Lorene Hanley Duquin discusses Catherine de Hueck Doherty, founder of Madonna House.
Choreographer Jacques d'Amboise.
Youth and religion.
Christopher Video Contest winners.
Actor and political activist Edward Asner.
A couple adopts physically disabled children.
Priests describe their work.
A policeman, paralyzed in the line of duty, rebuilds his life.
A young guitarist overcomes handicaps to perform before Pope John Paul II.
Dr. Joyce Brothers discusses self-esteem.
Reflections on leadership.
Writer Antoinette Bosco discusses loss and personal growth.
Careers that changed the world.
Mary Cunningham Agee aids pregnant women.
Political satirist Mark Russell.
Celebration of divine love.
Actor Chris Burke.
VISN founder Nelson Price; religion and media.
Author James DiGiacomo; youth and morality.
TV critic Katie Kelly discusses immigrants' problems.
Vatican broadcasting service.
Former hostages Terry Anderson, Lawrence Martin Jenco.
Art historian Robert Rambush; art and spirituality.
Cardinal John O'Connor; St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Crime, punishment and mercy.
Exercises for body and soul; theologian Doris Donnelly.
Roger Carras; ASPCA; pets.
Author Barry Kaufman; happiness in hard times.
Building communication skills.
Parents commitment to grown children.
Novelist the Rev. Andrew Greeley; church and society.
Pollster George Gallup Jr.; public opinion.
Soprano Anna Moffo.
Psychologist Lawrence Balter; discussing sensitive family issues.
Publishers Sally and Joseph Cunneen.
National Theatre Workshop for the Handicapped.
Journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault; civil rights.
Wills; trusts; estates; health-care proxies.
Leadership and the ministry.
Conservative author and TV host William F. Buckley.
United Farm Workers Union founder and president Cesar Chavez.
Winners of the Christopher Video Contest for College Students.
Urban economic problems; Robert Woodson, founder, National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise.
Charlie Rose discusses the art of conversation.
God in literature.
Steve Allen; Hildegarde; Pete Seeger; George Wein.
New York Public Library.
Overcoming obstacles; Kennedy Child Study Center.
Dr. Steve Allen Jr. discusses stress management; juggling.
Advertising executive Tony Schwartz.
Divine presence in everyday life.
Shelley Fabares; Mike Farrell.
Answering children's religious questions.
Influence of television; journalist Ernie Anastos.
In New York, City Harvest creatively fights hunger.
The Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, former president, University of Notre Dame.
Journalist Katie Kelly.
The Rev. Richard John Neuhaus.
Mike Farrell ('M*A*S*H').
Responsible living; authors Christopher deVinck, Thomas Lickona.
Retrospective of 40 years.
Singer Kristin Taylor.
Making choices about life support.
Encouraging spiritual growth in children.
The United Nations.
Ruth Warrick ('All My Children').
TV journalist Mary Alice Williams.
Fighting inner-city poverty with creativity.
Clara 'Mother' Hale cares for children.
Hurd Hatfield and writer Maggie Williams discuss commitment to the arts.
Winners of the Christophers Video Contest for College Students.
Ruby Dee discusses faith, family, culture and African folk tales.
Dr. Joyce Brothers discusses suffering.
Jazz musician Eddie Bonnemere.
Curtis and Lisa Sliwa discuss crime prevention.
Modern medicine and patient care.
Michael Medved discusses religion in the movies.
Broadcaster Ed Herlihy.
Immigrants in America.
Actress Lucille Lortel.
Filmmaker Ellwood Kieser.
Jayne Meadows and Steve Allen discuss creativity and entertainment.
Clips of memorable moments from the show include Patricia Heaton, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ronan Tynan and Lou Holtz.
MLB player and broadcaster Joe Garagiola shares insights and humor about life in the major leagues and discusses the importance of his Roman Catholic faith.
Director Tom Allen discusses his documentary, 'Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition,' about ballplayers who live their Christian faith.
Screenwriter Barbara Nicolosi and producer Matthew Malek explore the status of Christianity in Hollywood.
The Rev. Dave Dwyer, host of Sirius Satellite Radio's 'The Busted Halo Show With Father Dave Dwyer,' discusses why he left a career in the entertainment industry for the vocation of the Roman Catholic priesthood.
Emmy Award-winning Dr. William Baker reveals why he has devoted the last 20 years of his career to public broadcasting.
The Rev. Rick Curry, founder of The National Theatre Workshop of the Handicapped, reveals the project's latest endeavor to help wounded soldiers.
Author Elie Wiesel discusses his experiences as a Jewish survivor of Nazi concentration camps.
Dr. David Walsh reveals how overindulgent parents can learn to say 'no' to their children.
Winners of the Annual Video Contest for College Students.
Lead singer of the Irish band Clannad, Moya Brennan, talks about her focus on Christian music with a Celtic sound and the dark times she experienced before developing a relationship with God.
Alan Labonte, who was fired from his law firm after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, explains why he turned down a $3 million settlement so he could retain the rights to tell his story.
Television and radio broadcaster Lino Rulli shares the humorous perspective he brings to the topics of religion and faith.
Actress and author Jennifer O'Neill discusses fiction writing and reveals how her Christian faith helped her deal with multiple failed marriages and an abortion.
Author Nicholas Sparks ('A Walk to Remember') reveals how his faith influences his storytelling and his efforts to help disadvantaged young people in his community.
Author Stephen R. Covey ('The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People') shares stories about how a commitment to principles and constructive action can lead to a meaningful life.
'Today Show' correspondent Mike Leonard discusses how a cross country trip in an RV with his elderly parents, grown children and daughter-in-law brought them closer as a family.
Dr. Francis Collins, head of the Human Genome Project, reveals how he reconciles his work as a scientist with his religious beliefs and why faith and reason do not have to be at odds.
Irish tenor Ronan Tynan discusses his new solo album of inspirational songs and shares the journey that led him to become a Paralympic champion, a doctor and a singer.
Author Jim Wallis ('God's Politics') shares insights on how religion and politics can peacefully coexist in public life.
Greg Mortenson reveals how an unsuccessful attempt to climb one of the world's highest mountains led to his mission to fight terrorism by building schools in remote regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz shares insights on teaching young people to be successful and discusses his wife's recovery from stage-four throat cancer.
Christophers President Dennis Heaney presents two classic films.
Charles Scribner III ('The Shadow of God') examines the roots of his conversion to the Roman Catholic faith.
John L. Allen Jr. ('Opus Dei') shares the story behind his book.
Rabbi Harold Kushner ('Overcoming Life's Disappointments').
A classic film emphasizes the message that one person can make a difference.
Actress Patricia Heaton reveals how a church-sponsored trip to Mexico helped her reconnect with her faith.
Author Bruce Feiler discusses his trips through the biblical lands of Israel, Iraq and Iran to discover whether religion can be a unifying force in the world today.
Father John Catoir, former director of The Christophers, explores Christianity's life-affirming message and offers practical insights on living a joyful life.
Author Jonathan Englert ('The Collar').
A survivor of the Rwandan genocide, Immaculée Ilibagiza, recounts her story of survival and reveals how she was able to forgive the people who murdered her family.
Fashion designer Dana Buchman discusses her daughter Charlotte's struggle with learning disabilities and her own difficulties in coming to terms with the problem.
Author Carol Higgins Clark reveals how typing and editing manuscripts for her mother, Mary Higgins Clark, laid the groundwork for her own career.
Singer Andy Cooney performs Irish classics and tells how his family's support helped him build a successful music career.
Douglas Brinkley and Julie M. Fenster ('Parish Priest') discuss their biography of Father Michael McGivney, whose work has affected the Roman Catholic Church and society.
The Rev. James Martin discusses the reasons he left the corporate world to become a priest and the influence the saints continue to have on his life.
TV and radio personality Charles Osgood discusses his start in broadcast journalism.
Winners of the 18th Annual Video Contest for College Students.
Journalist Bob Schieffer discusses media responsibility in the current TV climate.
Author Joan Bauer reveals the pain of growing up with an alcoholic father and how mercy and forgiveness helped her move forward.
Dr. Andrew Weil discusses ways to achieve good physical, mental and spiritual well-being throughout life.
Julia Duane Quinlan, the mother of Karen Ann Quinlan, relives the groundbreaking and heartbreaking details of her daughter's right-to-die case.
Timberly Whitfield ('New Morning') discusses growing up in Africa as the daughter of missionaries.
Dr. Jeffrey Boyd profiles people who live joyfully with chronic illnesses.
Filmmaker Ann Petrie shares footage and insights about her documentary detailing the life, death and legacy of Mother Teresa.
Special Olympics athlete Loretta Claiborne and Lynn Morawski, mother of a Special Olympian, discuss the impact of the program on those who are mentally impaired.
Author Janice Romney Farnsworth details the confining world of domestic abuse, the shame she felt about her situation, and the faith in God that allowed her to rebuild her life.
Television hosts Art Linkletter ('People Are Funny') and Jack Bailey ('Queen for a Day') share insights on life and faith with the Rev. James Keller.
The Rev. James Keller interviews operatic tenor Mario Lanza.
Columnist Adrian Wojnarowski and coach Bob Hurley share the inspiring story of the St. Anthony High School basketball team.
Daniel Rodriguez discusses the roots of his Roman Catholic faith and performs selections from his compact disc 'In the Presence.'
A classic film encourages people to get involved in the political process.
Author Pat Williams discusses ways to nurture leadership potential in young people.
Author Liz Kelly ('The Rosary') discusses her struggles with her religious faith and the emotional pain of rape.
Conflict-resolution specialist Marc Gopin explores crucial steps to making peace with oneself and others.
Author Chris Lowney explains how qualities like self-awareness, ingenuity, love and heroism can turn ordinary people into successful, effective leaders.
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns shares his enthusiasm for history and storytelling and also reveals how his mother's death shaped his life and career.
Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and renowned golfer Ben Hogan.
A classic film starring James Cagney tells how a dedicated and caring teacher made a difference in the lives of his students.
Hollywood legends Jack Benny, Bob Hope, William Holden.
Winners of the 17th Annual Video Contest for College Students.
Author Antoinette Bosco explains how her religious beliefs helped her deal with the deaths of three of her children.
Anti-death penalty activist Sister Helen Prejean shares stories about wrongfully convicted people who were executed.
Former NFL lineman Joe Ehrmann and journalist Jeffrey Marx discuss their mission to teach good values to high-school boys to use both on and off the football field.
Religion reporter Peter Steinfels explores both the problems and opportunities facing the Roman Catholic Church in America.
Author Robert Lockwood discusses how he fell away from practicing his faith as a young adult but rediscovered a more mature faith in middle age.
Father John Catoir, former director of The Christophers, talks about his new Internet project, Messenger of Joy.
Father Edward Beck tells how individuals dealing with addiction, adultery and loss found God's presence amid difficult times.
Former NFL player George Martin reveals how he lived out his Christian values on the football field and how they influence his life.
Journalist and author Colleen Carroll Campbell ('The New Faithful') explores why a growing number of young people are embracing traditional Christian morality and faith practices.
Joseph Califano Jr. recounts his years in government service under Presidents Kennedy, Johnson and Carter, and his struggle to reconcile certain political issues with his Roman Catholic beliefs.
Author Joy Carol ('Journeys of Courage') shares stories about her volunteer work in Third World countries and about the healing power of community.
Joseph Shabalala and Ladysmith Black Mambazo perform two songs from their new album and discuss the spiritual roots of their music.
Creator Barbara Hall ('Joan of Arcadia') discusses her conversion to Catholicism, her interest in Joan of Arc and the connections she sees between faith and science.
Journalist/author Neil Cavuto discusses his battles with cancer and multiple sclerosis.
Author Nicholas Sparks ('A Walk to Remember') and his brother, Micah, recount the trip that renewed their fraternal bond.
Television personality Kathie Lee Gifford reveals how she dealt with accusations that she abused child labor laws and the media frenzy surrounding her marital problems.
Broadcaster Andria Hall ('America at Worship') offers insights on how people can integrate personal faith into daily life.
Actor Bob McGrath ('Sesame Street') explores the vital role music and arts education can play in the lives of children.
Kadiatou Diallo discusses the shooting death of her unarmed son Amadou and why she chooses to use the incident to foster peace and understanding.
Actress Maureen O'Hara recalls her parents, John Wayne, John Ford and the loss of her husband in a plane crash.
Author Erik Kolbell ('What Jesus Meant') offers insights on applying the Beatitudes in the modern world.
Puppeteer Caroll Spinney ('Sesame Street') discusses the evolution of his career and how an experience on a New York City street taught him a lesson about compassion.
Musician Jim Brickman performs and discusses how all people can find their unique talents.
Journalist Bob Brown explains why he focuses on stories about the power of the human spirit.
Singer Jonathan Pierce recalls how a learning disability and his family's support motivated him to develop his talents.
Singer Billy Ray Cyrus discusses prayer and his music career.
Author Anthony DeStefano discusses his book about life after death.
Monsignor Jim Lisante explains how people can apply Christopher principles to their daily lives.
Clips of 1950s Christmas specials feature singer Mario Lanza, actor Danny Thomas, actress Rosalind Russell.
The Rev. Dr. Charles Stanley shares personal insights on dealing with divorce and offers advice on living free of regret.
A Philadelphia school principal, Salome Thomas-EL, describes his education and mentoring programs.
Actress Kristin Chenoweth recalls her parents' lessons on self-esteem and faith.
Winners of the 16th Annual Video Contest for College Students.
Dan Gardner shares the inspiration for his music and the foundation of his faith.
Writer Amy Kuebelbeck talks about her son, Gabriel, who was born with a fatal heart condition, and how the experience affected her life.
Soap-opera actress Andrea Evans talks about breast-cancer research; actors Cuba Gooding Jr., Beyonce Knowles and LaTanya Richardson ('The Fighting Temptations').
Former hockey player Pat LaFontaine reveals the childhood experience that motivates him to provide comfort for hospitalized children.
Actress and author Jennifer O'Neill recounts how a renewed sense of faith has helped her through a turbulent life.
Painter Stephen Sawyer shares his personal journey of faith and explores the spiritual sincerity he tries to convey in his artwork.
Billy Gray recalls growing up in the public eye and chronicles his evolution from actor to motorcycle racer to inventor.
Actor Ryan Slattery discusses how his father's death, as well as the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, inspired him to start a project that promotes positivity and activism.
Author Mary Higgins Clark reveals how she launched a successful writing career while raising five children after her husband's death.
Actor Ken Howard discusses how he and his family coped with his father's Alzheimer's disease.
Actor Ethan Erickson reflects on the experience of growing up in poverty.
Daytime Emmy Award-winner Jonathan Jackson shares his religious beliefs and explores the role faith can play in the lives of young people.
The winners of The Christophers' 15th Annual Video Contest for College Students.
Actor James MacArthur, Helen Hayes' adopted son, shares insights on parenting.
Actor Johnathon Schaech talks about his faith and his portrayal of Judas.
Actor James Avery explains how he used racism to succeed in life and discusses his experiences as a soldier during the Vietnam War.
Actor Hugh O'Brian's youth foundation helps high-school students build leadership skills.
Recording artist Russell Watson explores his roots and the experience of performing for Pope John Paul II.
Author and journalist Terry Golway share stories about the history and heroism of the New York City Fire Department.
Daniel Rodriguez discusses being a New York police officer and a nationally acclaimed singer.
Political commentator Dick Morris discusses the Clinton administration and leadership strategies.
Celebration of 50 years of Christopher television includes clips of Joe Garagiola, Cesar Chavez, LeVar Burton, Dom DeLuise.
Celebration of 50 years of Christopher television includes clips of Bing Crosby, Jack Benny, Mario Lanza, Dorothy Day.
Ambassador Alon Pinkas discusses the conflicts and peacemaking efforts in the Middle East.
Nancy Stafford discusses her battle with cancer and how it led her to a deeper reliance on God.
Former Congressman Rick Lazio discusses the ideals that motivate him.
Amy Grant shares insights on dealing with divorce in light of her Christian faith.
Author Dominique Lapierre explores stories of triumph and tragedy in India following a 1984 industrial chemicals accident.
Kathy Ireland reveals the roots of her Christian faith.
Winning videos from the annual collegiate contest.
Senior Vice President John Moody, Fox News, shares his insights on Pope John Paul II, the subject of his biography.
Broadway and film actor Anthony Rapp reveals how he deals with the grief of losing his mother to cancer.
Actor Michael York discusses his work with 'California Youth Theater.'
Actor Steve Guttenberg continues his commitment to feeding the homeless and providing shelter for homeless young women.
Actress Chrystee Pharris shares insights about her recent trip to South Africa.
New York City police officer Steven McDonald discusses the shooting which confined him to a wheelchair.
Actress Patricia Neal discusses her debilitating stroke, rehabilitation and triumphant comeback.
Writer and television personality Dominick Dunne.
Actor and bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno.
Broadcaster Art Linkletter.
Interviews with Kevin Costner, Dennis Quaid and Jim Morris.
Actor Eric Close.
Actress Hattie Winston.
Actor and comedian Dom DeLuise.
'Let's Make a Deal' host Monty Hall.
Actor Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
Charlotte Church performs.
A clay-animation adaptation of Tolstoy's 'Martin the Cobbler'; a man rediscovers his faith.
Derek Jacobi narrates a clay-animation version of Charles Dickens 'The Chimes.'
Stockard Channing narrates a clay-animation version of Tolstoy's 'Michael the Visitor.'
Christopher Plummer narrates a clay-animation story of the Nativity.
Interviews with volunteers and NYC Fire Commissioner Tom Von Essen.
Actor Eddie Bracken.
Michael Badalucco; stage and screen actor Eddie Bracken.
Emmy Award-winning actor Michael Badalucco.
Marc Summers, the former host of Nickelodeon's 'Double Dare.'
Crime fighter John Walsh.
Interview with Ronan Tynan (Part 2 of 2).
Interview with Ronan Tynan (Part 1 of 2).
Author Dorothy Leeds.
Actress Tanya Roberts.
Model Mike Becker.
Model and actress Marisa Berenson.
Writer Antoinette Bosco.
Actor and singer Jack Donahue.
Author and motivational speaker Matthew Kelly.
Screenwriter Gregory Allen Howard.
Rhoda Berenson discusses her ongoing battle to free her daughter from prison in Peru.
Author Joan Bauer.
Actor Vincent Irizarry.
Musician John Tesh.
Insights on treating and preventing child abuse.
Richard Drorbaugh and Mike Hayes show young people how to turn anger and frustration into positive action.
Sister Mary Ann LoGiudice, a Catholic nun who adopted a girl with AIDS shares her story.
Contemporary Christian music talents Rachael Lampa and Damita perform.
Author Richard Carlson shares insights on peer pressure, a broken heart, drug and alcohol abuse.
Magee Hickey's career in New York television news.
Author and musician Steve Schuch.
Winning videos from the annual contest for college students.
Former drug addict Mary Barr.
Actor and singer Robert Cuccioli.
Dr. Lester Sauvage.
Author Azriela Jaffe.
Actor Andrew Shue.
Musician Bob Carlisle.
Adoption; adoptive mother Patty Anglin.
Singer/songwriter Ginny Owens.
Authors Richard and Kristine Carlson; relationship problem-solving.
High-school and college students.
Football greats Marty Lyons and Ken Schroy.
Singer/songwriter Maire Brennan.
Representation of Latino culture on television.
Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa.
Arab and Israeli teens work through differences.
News anchor Paula Zahn.
Author Andrew Matthews.
The pro-life movement may help women deal with crisis pregnancies.
Dr. Will Miller, a psychotherapist, examines television shows.
Drs. Louise DeSalvo and Sally Miller discuss healing through writing.
Political commentator Mark Shields.
Dr. Howard Cutler discusses the book 'The Art of Happiness,' written with the Dalai Lama.
Violence in schools.
Jason Nastke, 19, is the youngest mayor in the United States.
Dr. Laura Schlessinger discusses parenting.
Actor Noah Wyle; actress Maureen O'Hara and singer Deborah Gibson.
Performer Donny Osmond.
Pianist Jim Brickman and singer Michael W. Smith.
Actor Michael Badalucco.
Presenters, including Mary Alice Williams, Hugh Downs, Alexander Cohen, honor the best films and children's books.
Presenters include Cokie Roberts, Hugh Downs, Ernie Anastos and Charles Osgood; the Broadway Kids and the Jenny Burton Experience perform.
Film director Peter Bogdanovich.
Rebuilding after tragedy; finding faith during difficult times.
The past, present and future of U.S. television.
Rep. John Lewis discusses his philosophy of nonviolence.
Former astronaut Alan Bean discusses space exploration.
Students display artistic visions of altruism.
Writer Will Scheffer; director Jud Taylor.
John Walsh ('America's Most Wanted') discusses his work on behalf of missing children.
Psychologists Lois and Joel Davitz.
Helping hungry and homeless families.
The Rev. Peter Gray examines the link between art and faith.
Guiding young people to fulfillment through faith.
Journalist Liz Trotta discusses St. Jude.
Former New York Jet Dennis Byrd.
Finding jobs for people with disabilities.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. discusses the state of the environment.
Faith and physical health.
Police offer crime-prevention techniques for children.
Authors Matthew Kelly and Rick Hamlin.
Newswoman Linda Vester.
Liturgical reform; inclusive language.
Actress Margaret Colin.
Author Marianne Williamson discusses faith, prayer and social justice.
In the Middle Ages, the Knights of Malta care for the sick and needy.
William F. Buckley.
Women in business.
Saving troubled marriages.
Quest for spirituality; Bob Abernethy.
Singer/songwriter Becca Jackson.
Lighthearted human-interest stories.
Documentaries of Martin Doblmeier.
Prominent ministers discuss effective preaching.
Award-winning student videos.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Robert Casey.
Dennis Wholey discusses spiritual development.
Holocaust victims; survival by courage.
Hugh Downs discusses his life and career.
Missionaries and movies.
Rabbi Harold Kushner discusses emotions.
People put faith to work around the world.
Child abuse; families in crisis.
People who shape the world.
Dramatizations celebrate Abraham Lincoln, Florence Nightingale and Father Damien of Molokai.
Overcoming mid-career job loss.
Jazz musician Dave Brubeck.
Author Daniel Taylor discusses storytelling.
Laurie Beechman sings inspirational songs from musicals.
Revitalizing inner cities.
Government support, community action and the AIDS crisis.
Sister Mary Rose McGeady, activist for children's rights.
Tim Russert ('Meet the Press') discusses media influence and responsibility.
Winners of the collegiate video contest.
Garry Hill, CEO, the Odyssey Channel.
The Rev. Richard McBrien discusses the mission of the church today.
Volunteers serve in diverse roles nationwide.
Issues that affect the human family.
Media's influence on values.
Hope in the face of terminal illness.
Children's author Lee Bennett Hopkins.
Feeling good about feelings.