Be Not Afraid (Also: Fire & Grace: Trusting the Light of Faith)

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I’ll never forget the silence on that cold morning as I stared past the police tape and into the skeleton of my parish home. St. Luke Church had burned to the ground, leaving nothing but ashes, an old wooden cross, and the Eucharist in its wake. Watch the story that’s helping to transform our culture and inspiring a new generation in powerful ways.

Indeed, the Circle of Life IS a Family of Love, and that is the Hope of the New Evangelization. It just took a little fire and grace to witness such glory.

Contest: 2016 Share the Story Contest
Created By: John Sohl
Location: Louisville, Kentucky, USA
St. Luke Catholic Church
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Filmmaker Bio:

John Sohl grew up in Shepherdsville, KY, graduating from Western Kentucky University with a degree in broadcast journalism. He studied philosophy at St. Meinrad Seminary briefly before embracing his apostolic work as Coordinator of Youth Ministry for what became the Circle of Life. He works part-time at the Little Way Pregnancy Resource Center speaking on the virtue of chastity and the importance of abstinence. John has a fiery passion for the Theology of the Body and is currently going through his certification at the ToB Institute in Pennsylvania. God is good!

Filmmaking Advice:

Be passionate and engaged in the community! Don’t worry about the editing time for interviews or anything. Just focus on the people and their stories, and God will inspire you to carve His masterpiece perfectly. But, be ready to work hard for His Kingdom because He will make it happen!


John Sohl, Producer & Editor
Bradley Holt, Youth Ambassador
Michael Schultz, Youth Ambassador
Rosa Luna, Youth Ambassador
Parishioners: Sandy Ackerman, Debbie Minton, Gerry Reesor, Gerry Hope, Stephen & Niki Guelda, & Fran Sohl.

In memoriam: R.I.P. Charlotte Frances Sohl, May 10, 1936- April 19, 2016

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