Invisible Light takes us through the story of a man named Theophilus who shares with us his grief of losing his son and the struggle of living through a time of violence in Rome. He returns to the Gospel of Luke, which was dedicated to him, as a source of comfort and soon finds himself being transformed by the story of Christ’s humble birth. What Theophilus soon discovers through Luke’s Gospel is ‘Emmanuel’ come to life in some unexpected encounters leading him to see this “Invisible Light.”
Written by br. Tim Blanchard, OFM Conv.
Narrated by Friar Joseph Connick, OFM Conv.
Music licensed from Turku, Nomads of the Silk Road
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Elder – Friar Israel Sabastian, OFM Conv. of St. Joseph Cupertino Province
Young Woman – Bethany Perzanowski
Woman with the Yellow Veil – Bethany Perzanowski
“O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” song credit to:
Ken De Los Santos
members of the Seraphim and Cherubim choir
All music used appropriately with a Music Standard License