The Church is the people of the Cross, which always continues “In the Footsteps of the Nazarene.” The Church was born on Calvary and, along with Her four marks – One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic – we should add a fifth: Persecuted.
"In the Footsteps of the Nazarene" lifts the veil that much of Western mass media uses to cover the violent persecution that Christian communities suffer in many parts of the world. "In the Footsteps of the Nazarene" is not led by hearsay. To make this program possible, EUK Mamie Foundation - HM Television search for witnesses who are suffering first-hand persecution simply for being Christians.

In the Footsteps of the Nazarene: Archeparch Joseph Tobji

"Martyrdom is a current matter." This is how the Maronite Archeparch Joseph Tobji, of Aleppo (Syria), who is also in charge of the badly hit areas of Hasakah, Idlib, Deir ez-Zor and Raqqa, describes the situation at hand. Archeparch Tobji tells us about the hard experience of the war in Syria (past and current), years in which he has never abandoned his flock, despite the fact that the Islamic State threw down the cathedral and kidnapped his priests and faithful. Learn about the current situation of our brothers in Syria and be proud of the shepherds who give their lives for their sheep in "In the Footsteps of the Nazarene."

In the footsteps of the Nazarene: Fr. George Muttathuparambil, SDB

Fr. George Muttathuparambil, SDB, accompanied the Salesian priest Fr. Tom Uzhunalil to Yemen, and underwent the Christian persecution in that country. He was the only chaplain and support in the hardest moments of the— now martyrs— Missionaries of Charity in Yemen in 2016. Fr. George tells us about his experience with these heroines of love for God and neighbor and their unity in mission and faith with the one who was later kidnapped and set free: Fr. Tom. Do not miss an interview full of sincerity and experiences on the verge of martyrdom for the love of Jesus Christ. Be one with the people of the Cross through "In the footsteps of the Nazarene".

In the Footsteps of the Nazarene: Dancan Obwamu Ombunga

Dancan Obwamu Ombunga is an Evangelical Christian who survived a jihadist attack by ISIS in 2015 at the Garissa University in Kenya. He witnessed the murder of over 140 university students, condemned to death either because they had not memorized the Quran or because, after an open interrogation, they professed the Christian faith. This difficult experience of the cross has brought Dancan to proclaim— ever more boldly— the love of Jesus Christ and the forgiveness of our enemies. This In the Footsteps of the Nazarene interview was held at the International Congress, "WeAreN" organized by

In the Footsteps of the Nazarene: Fr. Rolando Montes de Oca

The Cuban Church is filled with hope. Fr. Rolando Montes de Oca, a Cuban priest of the diocese of Camagüey (Cuba), speaks of the past and present Church in Cuba; of the many laity took care of the churches and of their faith, even at the risk of their lives. Fr. Rolando shows how the Church, far from being lead by discouragement—facing the obstacles of communism—works with enthusiasm and creativity to quench the thirst for God in the hearts of many Cubans. Be inspired by the strength of these witnesses through In the Footsteps of the Nazarene.

In the Footsteps of the Nazarene: Didier Rance

Didier Rance is a permanent deacon, ex-director of Aid to the Church in Need in France, member of the Pontifical Commission for New Martyrs, and author of over thirty books about witnesses of the Faith, especially in the religious persecution in Eastern Europe. He speaks of the valiant protagonists in the stories of the 20th century martyrs, their heroic acts of faith and love for Christ, and the secret that gave them the courage to die for He who gave his life for them.

In the Footsteps of the Nazarene: Fr. Federico Juan Highton

Fr. Federico Juan Highton –missionary priest in the Far East and founder of the Order St. Elijah—missionary in the Tibetan Plateau, makes us participants in his incredible experiences in the mission and in the greatness of the faith that he proclaims to pagans and that he lives together with those who are persecuted because of their faith. Experience the Spirit’s fire in “In the Footsteps of the Nazarene.”


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