Stories of Saints for Kids
A series of animated stories detailing Birth, Life, Transformation, Miracles and more in the life of Saints.
S01:E01 - Saint Peter (Pt. 1)
St. Peter, the Apostle, had a faith which flickered like Christmas lights! But still, Jesus appointed him as the head of His Holy Church! Watch how Peter, who went by the name of Simon earlier, was called by Jesus. The episode covers the following: Peter’s Catch, Jesus walking on water, Peter the Rock, and much more!
S01:E02 - Saint Peter (Pt. 2)
After spending three years with Jesus, what Peter feared was close at hand. The time for the Master to leave them was near. But Jesus promised that when He goes back to the Father, He will send down the helper- the Holy Spirit. The episode covers the following: Jesus washing the feet of his Apostles, Peter’s Denial, Jesus' Death and Resurrection, Peter’s transformation, and more!
S01:E03 - Saint Peter (Pt. 3)
Peter was now fishing for men! Under Peter’s leadership the disciples went on preaching the Good News of Christ. They performed many more miracles along the way! In this episode watch how Peter was arrested several times for preaching about Jesus, the episode in Lydda with Aenas, Peter healing Tabitha, Peter’s dream and friendship with Cornelius, Peter’s miraculous escape from prison, and more!
S01:E04 - Saint John
It was Saint John who wrote the forth Gospel. He wrote the Revelation and Epistles too, but of course there are many controversies surrounding the topic. John vouches that all that he wrote about Jesus really happened, and that he was a witness to it. St. John was one of the first to be chosen by Lord Jesus to be his disciple.Watch how John became a follower of Jesus in this episode.
S01:E05 - Saint John (Pt. 2)
When Jesus was Crucified, it was John who was present with Mary. Watch how John was present with Peter when he performed many of his miracles. This episode also details how Saint John founded Six of the Seven Churches in Asia Minor. We also learn about the miracles performed by John, how John escaped after being thrown into a cauldron of boiling oil, and how John wrote the Book of Revelation.
S01:E06 - Saint James the Greater
James the Greater was the son of Zebedee & Salome. ‘The Greater’ was added to St. James' name to help others distinguish from the other apostle James. He was one of the first disciples of Jesus. He met Jesus for the first time when he was fishing with his father. You remember the story of Peter’s huge catch at the sea? James was also present there, and he witnessed that miracle as well.
S01:E07 - Saint Andrew
Saint Andrew was the brother of Saint Peter, and he was born to Jonah, a fisherman from Galilee. His life was full of adventures! He was one of the first followers of Jesus, and he learned a lot from him. After the death of Jesus, he travelled far and wide to spread the Gospel. Watch and learn the story of this amazing saint today!
S01:E08 - Saint Thomas
Saint Thomas was born in Galilee, a small town in Israel. When he first heard the story of the Resurrection of Jesus, he questioned it, and this is how he earned the name “Doubting Thomas”. He wanted to see the incidents himself in order to believe them. See how Saint Thomas would have been when he was a child.
S01:E09 - Saint Philip
Saint Philip was born in Bethsaida, Galilee. He became an apostle after receiving the call from Jesus himself. He was present when the Miracle of loaves and fishes took place. Philip was full of doubts, and what were they? Watch this episode to learn more!
S01:E10 - Saint Bartholomew
St. Bartholomew or Nathaniel as he is named in the Gospel of John, was a disciple of Jesus. As the incident about him in the Bible suggests, he had been seeking the Messiah for a long time. Perhaps right from the time he learnt the scriptures as a young boy, he had been seeking the Messiah. Kindly note that the depiction of his childhood is purely a work of fiction.
S01:E11 - Saint Mathew the Evangelist
Saint Mathew worked as a tax collector before he met Jesus. During Jesus’ time, taxes were collected by people called Publicans. They did this job for the Roman rulers. Matthew was one among them and all the Israelites hated these Publicans. But when he met Jesus, he turned a new leaf at the call of his master. He abandoned all the money at the tax booth and started following Jesus!
S01:E12 - Saint Jude Thaddaeus
Saint Jude Thaddaeus is considered as the patron saint of desperate cases and lost causes. He is often shown in paintings with a flame around his head which represents his presence during Pentecost, when he received the Holy Spirit. After the death & resurrection of Jesus, St. Jude traveled throughout Mesopotamia, Libya, and Persia preaching and building up the foundations of the early Church.
S01:E13 - Saint Joseph
Saint Joseph was the father of Jesus, and he is mentioned at many occasions in the Bible. Joseph is considered as the patron saint of workers. Joseph got married to Mary, and she gave birth to Jesus. There are many interesting stories about how he got married to Mary, who was much younger than him. Watch and learn those stories here in this wonderful episode!
S01:E14 - Saint Mary
Perhaps the most venerated and worshipped Saint among the Christians would be Saint Mary, the mother of Lord Jesus. When she was young, she miraculously conceived and gave birth to Jesus. She looked after him, supported him, and even watched him die on the cross. After Jesus’ ascension into heaven, it was Mary who inspired hope among the apostles.
S01:E15 - Saint Elizabeth
Saint Elizabeth is considered as the patron saint of expecting mothers. In Hebrew the meaning of Elizabeth is ‘Worshipper of God’. Her husband’s name was Zechariah, and he was served as the priest in a temple of God. She was the mother of John the Baptist.
S01:E16 - Saint John the Baptist
John the Baptist was born through the intercession of God to Zechariah and Elizabeth. According to the scriptures, the angel Gabriel visited Zechariah and told him that his wife will deliver a child. But did Zechariah believe the angel? How could he, as his wife was now very old. But you know nothing is impossible with God.
S01:E17 - Michael the Archangel
Do you know what they call the chief of angels? He is called the Archangel. Do you know who it was? Yes, it was Michael, the Archangel. Angel Michael appears several times in the Bible. Watch the amazing story of how Michael the Archangel defeats Lucifer, and many other stories in this action packed episode.
S01:E18 - St. Raphael the Angel
Saint Raphael was an angel, who is considered to be the patron saint of the blind and the travelers. There are references given in the Book of Tobit as well as in the Gospel of John about healing the people through the actions of Raphael, the archangel. Watch the story of how Raphael befriends Tobias and helps him to overcome a struggle in this episode!
S01:E19 - Saint Paul (Pt. 1)
Saint Paul, or Silas as he was known earlier, was an enemy of Jesus. He used to persecute the followers of Jesus whenever he got an opportunity. But it all changed one day, and he became a faithful follower of Jesus.
S01:E20 - Saint Paul (Pt. 2)
Did you like the first part of the story friends? Now here is the second part. In this episode, watch the the following incidents from this saints life, including the one with the leper, the fortune teller, how he got out of the prison with the help of an angel, how he was tried in the court, and many many more.