“Catholic Central” offers entertaining and authoritative answers to questions about Catholic thought, spirituality and practice. Family Theater Productions assembled a team of witty writers, appealing hosts and learned theologians to produce a collection of videos that entertain, enlighten and inspire.
The first collection of short videos will be released on September 15 and topics include:
- Problem of Evil
- Catholic Social Teaching
- Creation and Evolution
- Being Human
- The Mass
- Praying with the Bible: Ignatian Meditation
- The Seven Deadly Sins
- The Gospels
“We worked with the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate to conduct focus groups of young adults across the country to determine what topics were important to the participants and what questions they needed answered,” said Susan Wallace, Marketing Director of Family Theater Productions. “Other information on the programs was shared and has been helpful as we finalize the programs.”
“The show hosts, Kaiser Johnson and Libby Slater, are a quirky duo that move through the content quickly and make it interesting and fun,” said Wallace.
The series is produced by David Impastato and Father David Guffey, C.S.C., directed by Danny J. Boyle, and cinematography is by Steve Taylor.
Catholic Central is a production of Family Theater Productions, a member ministry of Holy Cross Family Ministries, founded by Servant of God Patrick Peyton in 1947. A candidate for sainthood, Father Peyton was one of the most influential American Catholic priests of the 20th century.
About Family Theater Productions: For over 67 years we have been creating family friendly programs. Family Theater reaches families around the world through radio, telvision, film, billboards and the internet with broadcast quality programs. Family Theater Productions continues Father Peyton’s media mission as a member of Holy Cross Family Ministries, Easton, Mass., sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross. For more information on Family Theater Productions’ media projects – www.FamilyTheater.org.