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Ep. 1: St. Andrew

Presented by Fr. Ambrose Criste, O.Praem.

Join the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael’s Abbey on an apostolic journey.

Explore the extraordinary lives of the Apostles and how they influenced the course of the world after Pentecost.

Members of the Abbot’s Circle will enjoy unlimited access to this ground-breaking series as the episodes are released!

Ep. 1: St. Andrew

Presented by Fr. Ambrose Criste, O.Praem.

Join the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael’s Abbey on an apostolic journey.

Explore the extraordinary lives of the Apostles and how they influenced the course of the world after Pentecost.

Members of the Abbot’s Circle will enjoy unlimited access to this ground-breaking series as the episodes are released!

Ep. 1: St. Andrew

Presented by Fr. Ambrose Criste, O.Praem.

Join the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael’s Abbey on an apostolic journey.

Explore the extraordinary lives of the Apostles and how they influenced the course of the world after Pentecost.

Members of the Abbot’s Circle will enjoy unlimited access to this ground-breaking series as the episodes are released!

ABOUT THE SERIES

This series will explore the lives of the Apostles – Who are they? What is their story? Whom did they influence? How did they lay the foundations of the Church as we know it?

We look forward to sharing this exploration with you.

In 2017, St. Michael’s Abbey released “City of Saints,” the true stories of God’s grace through the ministries of the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael’s Abbey in a ground-breaking seven part web series. Called one of the most influential Catholic film series of our lifetime, these short films have inspired over 1.2 million people world-wide; bringing the light of Christ to the faithful.

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We are blessed to provide this content to you during this difficult time. We are able to do so because of the Abbot’s Circle - a passionate group of monthly givers committed to supporting the future of the Church through the various life-changing ministries of the Norbertine Fathers at St. Michael's Abbey.