Sean Patrick Bloomfield's Catholic documentary films have touched the hearts of people everywhere.
Sean Bloomfield is an award-winning filmmaker, author, and an expert on Marian apparitions. He is driven by his love for God and inspired by his Catholic faith, which he rediscovered during a pilgrimage to Medjugorje in the year 2000 when he was 20 years old.
His latest documentary, The Triumph, is being shown in theaters all over the world. The Triumph investigates the alleged Marian apparitions of Medjugorje through the perspectives of visionaries, priests, scientists, and a young man who goes there to overcome his struggles with addiction.
Sean's previous film, If Only We Had Listened, which he produced with bestselling author Immaculee Ilibagiza, details the Marian apparitions of Kibeho, Rwanda.
If Only We Had Listened, which has aired multiple times on EWTN, tells the story of Kibeho through the eyes of Immaculee while also showing the unbelievable challenges she was forced to face and overcome during the Rwandan Genocide. His depiction of her journey and terrifying experience is riveting and inspirational.
Sean's documentary work has taken him to hundreds of Catholic shrines all over the world, making him an expert in Marian apparitions, especially Medjugorje where he spend a great deal of time. He has produced 8 documentaries on the subject and is the founder of the independent Catholic production company Queen of Peace Productions.
Sean has appeared on EWTN Live with Fr. Mitch Pacwa, This Is The Day on Catholic TV, The Catholics Next Door on Sirius XM Catholic Channel, and Seize the Day with Gus Lloyd. He recently published his first novel, The Sound of Many Waters, to excellent reviews.
Sean regularly travels to present his films and speak about Marian apparitions, miracles, Catholic shrines, and his own miraculous conversion. He is a perfect option for any event and can be booked for a film showing, speech, or a combination of the two which incorporates a multimedia presentation featuring clips from his documentaries.