Church

The Greatest Miracle, 3D

Coming to 3D theaters beginning October 14th.

The Greatest Miracle is a contemporary story of hope, inspiration and faith. The film follows three Catholics who have each reached a period of crisis. The first, Monica, is a widowed mother doing everything possible to provide for her son, Diego. The second, Don Chema, is a public bus driver who receives the news that his child is ill and without hope of survival. The third, Doña Cata, is an elderly woman who feels she has little left to live for.

These stories intertwine when Monica, Don Chema and Doña Cata feel a great need to visit their local parish. They have no idea that their lives are about to change forever. With the help of their guardian angels, each will witness the true meaning of the Mass and the supernatural forces behind Christ’s sacrifice on the altar – a constant struggle between good and evil ending in a triumphant victory of Faith.

The Greatest Miracle, is a 3D animated film on the Mass. Made by some of the creative talent behind films like Hercules, Spider Man and Ice Age, The Greatest Miracle tells the story of three strangers whose lives intersect one morning at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. There, each person meets their guardian angel and is given the gift to see the world through spiritual eyes and take full account of their blessings. The film brings the spiritual Truth behind the miracle of the Eucharist to life in 3D!

The movie will be in limited release in Southern California, Chicago and Wisconsin starting October 14th. In many cities it will be shown in both English and Spanish It will go into wider, nationwide release beginning December 9th.

PDF copy of the poster for download: here.

 

I really hope it eventually comes to South Africa too! Such films are so needed.

 

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Culture

Robber Prayed with Disabled Victim

According to Police:

New Castle,  Pa. — Police say a man stopped to pray while robbed a woman in a wheelchair after breaking into her western Pennsylvania home.

Thirty-two-year-old Christopher Perretti II, of New Castle, is in the Lawrence County Jail awaiting a hearing on charges including burglary and robbery. Court records don’t list an attorney.

Police found him a short time later.

What was he thinking? That God would honour his prayer while he was engaging in evil? Such fallen and convoluted thinking. Crazy.