Today, millions are asking: “Why should I care about being Catholic?” Our response is the Video Catechism (VCAT)—60 engaging short films that are relevant, entertaining, and compel you to live the Faith. A one-of-a-kind collaboration between ODB Films and the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, West Virginia, the VCAT answers today’s tough questions: “What happens when I die?” “What is God’s mercy?” “Is pornography really that bad?” “Does marriage matter?” “How do I mourn the loss of a loved one?” “How do I pray?” “How do I become holy?”
The four volumes in this collection coincide with the four sections of the Catechism: Creed, Sacraments, Morality, and Prayer. At 3 to 8 minutes in length, VCAT films can be used in any setting as stand-alone content or as the complement to a theme night, a speaker, or a lesson plan. Pastors, catechists, religion teachers, and youth ministers will celebrate the creativity and relevance of their content.
Sample Episode from the DVD Set
Praise for VCAT
“I showed a VCAT film to our high school group and they LOVED it! They even participated in the discussion questions more than usual. Thank you for making modern, relevant films.”–Youth Minister, Palm City, FL
“I do not know of a better Catholic media resource that meets our young people where they are.”–Youth Minister, Fishers, IN
Discussion guide size: 8.5 x 11
Release year: 2017