In August 1879, the tiny Irish village of Knock witnessed a spectacular apparition. Through pelting rain, luminous images of the Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph and St. John the Evangelist shone like a beacon. For an Irish people enduring a season of tremendous suffering this was a much-needed sign of hope, promising mercy, the Blessed Sacrament and the powerful intercession of the saints. This beautiful docu-drama, produced by acclaimed filmmaker Campbell Miller ("Bravery Under Fire-Fr. Willie Doyle"), presents the historical account of the apparitions at Knock in dramatic scenes, and with leading experts providing theological context on what the apparitions mean for Catholics today.