You would not believe how busy we’ve been. The pandemic downtime – no tours for more than a year – has allowed us to take on the huge task of digitizing all of our productions – audio and film – for streaming on internet platforms.
My friendship with Leonardo and Saint Luke Productions has become one of the “constants” of my three decades plus of priesthood. I count it one of my greatest blessings.
Have you seen our live show Tolton: From Slave to Priest? If you have, you know how powerful it is. If you haven’t, now you’ll get the chance!
With your help, we are going to film Tolton this year.
People all over the world – and more importantly, people you love in your own family and communities who would never go to see a play in a church – will meet Father Tolton right in their own homes!
Right now, I have adult children living in six states: Georgia, Kansas, Texas, Minnesota, Colorado, and Washington. It boggles the mind.
After years of noisy dinners, crowded vans and stolen moments of solitude, Leonardo and I are living a relatively quiet, monk-like existence, by ourselves most evenings in our big house. Feels like the right thing for this phase in our lives.
When I first decided to move out west from Pennsylvania, I did so to experience the majestic landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. I’ve loved the outdoors my entire life, so I was excited to live in a place that allowed me to continue hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting.
When I first set out to create Heart of Mercy, our movie based on our Saint Faustina play, I thought the post-production editing process would be a sprint. However, God intended us to run a marathon!
Unlike our other plays, this one is a mystical story of supernatural wonders. It became clear to me that the movie audience needed to see what Saint Faustina saw – especially her visions.