The Filmmakers


Deacon Steve Greco

Deacon Steve Greco is a permanent deacon ordained in the Diocese of Orange in May 2007. He is an author, evangelist, radio show host and film producer. A former healthcare executive for over 35 years, holding positions as Senior Vice President of Sales, Bristol Myers-Squibb, President of Publicis Selling Solutions and Vice President of Sales for Depomed, Inc., and he founded Spirit Filled Hearts Ministry, a worldwide ministry of healing and evangelization. Deacon Steve is a media pioneer who uses all forms of communications to proclaim the Gospel and is executive producer of Jesus Thirsts: The Miracle of the Eucharist. Deacon Steve hosts a weekly radio show, called Empowered by the Spirit heard on Relevant Radio at 12 noon and at 10:00 a.m. Deacon Steve can also be heard on ESNE Catholic radio network in Los Angeles at 9:00 p.m. Sundays at 1670AM on the dial.

Deacon Steve’s ministry of evangelization at Spirit Filled Hearts founded the Jesus Thirsts for America Movement, the virtual summit in honor of Saint Joseph theme Pilgrimage to the Heart of Saint Joseph. Deacon Steve has published eight books including a daily meditation book called 365 Days of Praise, and in Spanish 365 Dias de Alabanza available on Amazon. His other book, Reflections on the Holy Spirit, focuses on the Fruit of the Spirit, and is also available on Amazin in English and Spanish. Additional books by Deacon Steve are Expect, and Experience Miracles, Overcoming Adversity through Miracles, Miracles Through Forgiveness, Miracles Through Prayer, Be Not Afraid in English and Spanish, and his most recent book Miracles Through Mercy. 

He has been married to Mary Anne Greco for 52 years, and they have three children and four grandchildren. Deacon Steve is currently the Director of Evangelization and Faith Formation for the Diocese of Orange. Visit his ministry and media platforms at and find his podcast at

Photo courtesy of Alexis Walkenstein
Filmmaker Jim Wahlberg is seen in an undated photo. In his new book "The Big Hustle," Wahlberg writes about his struggle with drug addiction and how he overcame it. (CNS photo/courtesy Pinkston)


James M. Wahlberg

James Wahlberg aims to serve God by writing, speaking, filmmaking and serving our community. He is the Executive Director of the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, which was created to improve the quality of life for inner-city youth through a working partnership with other youth organizations. 

James is a producer, writer, and director of films, and uses his talents and experiences to raise awareness about opioid addiction and point to the hope found in Christ. He is the author of The Big Hustle & Executive Producer of Mother Teresa: No Greater Love. 

James has been married to his lovely wife Benny for 28 years and they have 3 children.


Tim Moriarty

Tim Moriarty, founder of Castletown Media, earned his Master’s degree in Philosophy from Boston College and a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from Louisiana State University. Moriarty’s acting career includes roles in popular television shows such as Blue Bloods, House of Cards, and Manifest. As the executive director of Castletown Media, he has produced nearly a dozen Catholic documentary films and TV series. Notable works include The Field Afar: The Life of Fr. Vincent Capodanno, Heart of a Missionary, Enduring Faith: The Story of Native American Catholics, and Mother Teresa: No Greater Love. Moriarty, alongside his wife Maria, resides in Seattle, WA, with their two children.



Stefan Slovak

Stefan’s career has been dedicated to communicating the Church’s message to the world. A former Catholic television producer and Catholic affairs analyst in the secular media, he has previously served as a communications director for major Catholic educational institutions, helping elevate crucial conversations about the Church into national public discourse. Stefan was most recently involved in the production of the award-winning box office hit Mother Teresa: No Greater Love. He has also written and produced a wide range of Catholic programming watched worldwide.


Marc Boudignon

Marc Boudignon is an Emmy-nominated editor, who has over twenty years in film and television post-production, working on short films, commercials and music videos, as well as editing and co-directing documentaries. Most recently, he edited the Gabriel Award-winning, box office hit, Mother Teresa: No Greater Love. His other credits include Our Liberator: St. Joseph and the Priests of Dachau, Liberating a Continent: John Paul II and The Fall of Communism, and Guadalupe: The Miracle and the Message. Marc has also edited countless features and series, such as In Her Footsteps, God’s Doorkeeper, and This Side of Eden.

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Sean Beeson

Sean Beeson is an Ohio based composer who has been writing music for over 25 years.  He is passionate about creating an emotional response using sweeping melodies and rich symphonic textures to bring focus to the core purpose of the film.

Sean creates music in a variety of styles, genres, and mediums and has worked on a hundreds of Catholic documentary films and projects including Mother Teresa: No Greater Love, Enduring Faith: The Story of Native American Catholics, The Veil Removed, St. Joseph Our Spiritual Father, The Pivotal Players Series, Into the Breach, Wonder: The Harmony of Faith & Science, Our Liberator: St. Joseph and the Priests of Dachau, Tailor Made Cross, Media Apostle: The Father James Alberione Story. Additionally, he has created scores and sounds for hundreds of other secular and faith based films, games, advertisements, and albums.

Sean is a father to seven kids, lives in the Diocese of Toledo where he attends Sacred Heart of Bethlehem Catholic Church in Shelby, and along with his wife Laura, is a Couple-to-Couple League NFP Teacher. He loves our Catholic faith and is passionate about marriage and fatherhood.