More than 50 years ago, Danny Thomas, then a struggling young entertainer with $7 in his pocket, knelt in a Detroit church before a statue of St. Jude Thaddeus, the patron saint of hopeless causes. Thomas asked the saint to "show me my way in life."
His prayer was answered, and soon he moved his family to Chicago to pursue career offers. A few years later, at another turning point in his life, Thomas again prayed to St. Jude and pledged to someday build a shrine to the saint.
Randy Owen Talk About Country Cares
Radio stations nationwide travel to St. Jude to gather knowledge to realy it to local listeners and St. Jude donors.
Portrait of Hope
This video is an emotional collage of patient and survivor stories in their own words, recounting the difficulty of their battles with cancer, the joy of their successes and their profound appreciation for St. Jude. The photography, art direction and editing of this video are sure to create a lasting impression on any audience.
Zest For Life - The Dwight Tosh Story When St. Jude Hospital opened its doors in 1962, Danny Thomas knew it was an important day. But, maybe no person would come to appreciate the timing of the opening of St. Jude like Dwight Tosh. After all, for Dwight, the 17th patient admitted to St. Jude, it meant hope to a boy who had been told he would die. Follow a family's story of love and possibility as you learn how Dwight comes to find his zest for life.
This Time Around Five St. Jude patients tell the stories of their diagnosis and treatment.