This is an informational support website focusing on pro-life issues, religious liberty, and what these things mean in this new world. It is also a tie-in experience to the Season Two premiere of the acclaimed podumentary, A Life of Giving, hosted by Rev. Richard Klingeisen.
After many months of anticipation, Rev. Richard Klingeisen returns with a new episode of his acclaimed podumentary, A Life of Giving. As always, the goal of the program is to give and to teach. In late 2019, following a one-off holiday special the previous year, ”A Life of Giving" became one of several podumentaries which led the charge in breaking new ground as a forward-thinking, new format. In the show’s first season, Klingeisen tackled a number of subjects, always centered around how one can live a life of faith, understanding and giving. It remains his most widely inspirational journey to date, resonating the world over.
A Life of Giving has been widely disseminated throughout the mainstream news media by way of news releases, special articles and general web traffic. It has been well received all around. So, naturally, the pressure was on for a blockbuster opening to Season Two! But, how does one surpass something that’s already arguably the best of its kind?
Well, for starters, by expanding the show’s technology to include better visuals, better music, and motion picture video. Rather than relying solely on still images to tell the visual story of Rev. Klingeisen’s lessons and musings, a generous helping of moving footage has been added to this very special episode.
“Special in God’s Eyes” is the official season two premiere and will be rolled out in four parts throughout July and August, beginning this weekend. Those who tune in will learn about religious liberty and right to life issues in our changing country. The Reverend will guide us through some rocky terrain as he delves into the deep end of the abortion debate, government’s place in religion, and much more.
“There are so many exciting, new things going on in this episode” shares Richard Klingeisen. “Our aim is to keep creating an intellectually and visually stimulating environment that will resonate with people, allay their fears, and hopefully answer any questions they might have.”
The online podumentary format is a powerful tool for Rev. Klingeisen, which he uses to reach a much larger audience than ever before. To that end, Rev. Klingeisen will also be debuting a brand new website; an exclusive home to this cinematic, four-part season premiere. In the coming weeks, the new site will also offer additional information on the topic of abortion, such as support and service phone numbers and web links, reading recommendations… and maybe even some exclusive content from Richard Klingeisen!
Click here to watch “Special in God’s Eyes”.
This is the second season premiere of A Life of Giving, the acclaimed podumentary of Rev. Richard Klingeisen. This installment (the first of four comprising this episode) focuses on pro-life and religious liberty issues predominantly, but, as always, there are countless other subjects orbiting the cent discussion. Rev. Klingeisen deftly weaves a gentle tapestry of wisdom, knowledge and heart. Below are some important resources for anybody seeking support, guidance or information.
Preaching and teaching about abortion from the pulpit or other catechetical settings can be a challenging yet essential undertaking for any pastor, deacon or pro-life advocate. In Proclaiming the Message of Life, Fr. Frank Pavone shows clergy and laity alike the pro-life themes found in the Sunday readings for each week of the year, in all three cycles of the lectionary. This makes a good gift for preachers as well as for laity who want to draw out the pro-life lessons from the readings.
We are so grateful to the wonderful people at Servant Books (an imprint of Franciscan Media) for all they have done to make this publication possible!
"Clergy and laity alike are called to root their pro-life commitment in the Word of God. Fr. Pavone's new book gives all of us an effective way to do that, and I recommend it to those in the pulpit and those in the pews as well!" - Bishop Michael Sheridan
This book was specifically chosen by Rev. Richard Klingeisen as essential reading to go along with his new podumentary episode.