The story of American-Catholic sisters is related through archival photographs, film and interviews with historians and journalists. Included: the sisters' leadership and innovation. Cokie Roberts narrates.
A close-up on people left homeless or displaced following Hurricane Katrina and their attempt to return home five years after the August 2005 storm. Also: the relationship between these hurricane survivors and those volunteering to help them.
A profile of World War II veteran, conscientious objector and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Desmond T. Doss (1919-2006). While unarmed and unprotected, Doss saved approximately 75 soldiers during a battle in Okinawa.
The focus is on artist Mark Balma's aesthetic efforts to create a fresco on an arched atrium ceiling in a University of St. Thomas building in Minneapolis. Balma's grand-scale artwork centers on the teachings of theologian Thomas Aquinas.
The relationship between creativity and spirituality is discussed, featuring input from various artists, including authors Thomas Moore and Madeleine L'Engle, plus glass harpist Jamey Turner. Also: remarks by Urban Family Institute founder Kent Amos.