I’m a fan of the work of Diana and David von Glahn. They’re the duo behind classy yet fun television and DVD series that promote Catholic pilgrimage sites from around the world under the guise of The Faithful Traveler. I’ve never been to the Holy Land, but I’ve seen the Holy Land through the von Glahn’s wonderful series.
I’m also a fan of the new evangelization and let me tell you — as a writer and editor — I know that a published work of any kind doesn’t come cheap in Catholic media. It takes hard work, and lots of prayer. But it also takes supporters. The creative process is hard, and yet, beautiful, and we need each other. Diana, in her own way, offered support to me when I was in the midst of writing my last book, and I am grateful for her generosity toward me back then.
Just like I am grateful for all the friends who pray for the apostolate I work for as a writer, speaker, and podcaster, I am commending the von Glahn’s to your prayers, today, too. And I’d like to ask you to take it one more step… make a contribution to this cause to help them finish the Portugal project.
Details from the indiegogo page:
The Faithful Traveler in Portugal is a travel television series that will explore and uncover the history behind many of Portugal’s most beautiful and important Catholic sacred sites, in rich detail and high definition. Starting in Lisbon and traveling up to Porto, the show’s host, Diana von Glahn, will present the history behind these breathtaking sacred sites in a fun and informative way that will inspire viewers to visit Portugal on their own, or allow virtual travelers to see things they might never have seen!
Did you see that video above? If not, watch it right now! This series is gonna be great. It features Fatima — and this is the 100th anniversary — and a year that will bring us two more saints from Fatima.
YOUR help is needed. Please consider a donation to the cause.
There are some cool perks if you make a contribution!
Hope you can help! Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!
Related: My Among Women podcast with Diana von Glahn.