New Documentary about St. Anthony of Padua

EdRoy-9473Earlier this year I was interviewed by a film crew for a new documentary about the life and significance of St. Anthony of Padua. It airs this week on the Salt+Light Television networks. The documentary crew interviewed scholars and religious figures from around the United States, and traveled to Portugal and Italy for location coverage and interviews with Franciscan experts abroad. I have not yet seen the film, but the trailer has been released and you can watch it below. I understand that it might be possible for those who don’t receive this particular cable network (it’s based in Toronto, Canada) to view the network streaming online. Eventually DVDs will be available for sale, but I haven’t been able to find additional information on when that will happen. From the trailer it looks to be a very well-done project and I look forward to watching the full program — I thought others would likewise be interested known about this new film.

Photo: J6 Media

4 Responses to “New Documentary about St. Anthony of Padua”

  1. Emil F. Gies Says:

    This is the broadcast schedule as reported by Salt + Light:
    http://saltandlighttv.org/saintanthony/

  2. Tess Casenas Says:

    St. Anthony of Padua made miracles.Brings back what was lost. It is nice to publish his life story and be a source of inspiration.

  3. Anil Dsouza Says:

    Can i get to see the documentary of St Anonty on youtube ?

  4. My family always say that I am wasting my time here
    at net, except I know I am getting familiarity daily by reading such good articles or reviews.

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