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posted Oct 4, 2018, 11:34 AM by Cindy Walkup

Based on the true story of Dr. Kermit Gosnell the movie takes audiences behind the scenes of the investigation and trial of the man who has been dubbed the “Biggest Serial Killer in America.”

The film is based on the New York Times bestselling book Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer written by Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer. The book attracted  controversy after the New York times initially refused to list it as a best seller despite it being the number 3 best seller on Amazon and Publishers Weekly.


David Daleiden, The Center for Medical Progress: GOSNELL is the “best movie about abortion ever made.”

Marjorie Dannenfelser, Susan B. Anthony List: “Everyone needs to see the Gosnell movie particularly young people. I can’t recommend this movie more strongly. The Gosnell movie faces viewers with the brutality and inhumanity of abortion and it achieves this in a movie that looks as good as any Hollywood film. This movie will change hearts and minds about abortion. It needs to be available widely.”

Kristan Hawkins, Students for Life of America: “After watching the Gosnell movie, I’m angry, I’m sad, and I’m more motivated than ever to end abortion. Every American should watch GOSNELL. If pro-choice, they need to watch it and be able to defend their beliefs. If pro-life, they need to watch it and ask themselves why they aren’t active in ending this atrocity. This movie should be screened on every college campus in our nation.”

Watch the trailer or look for a theater near you - http://gosnellmovie.com/ 


Hours of Renewal

posted Sep 5, 2018, 11:49 AM by Cindy Walkup

As Father Sean wrote in the 9/2 bulletin: "When chaos ensues, these two realities, the Eucharist and the Immaculate Virgin Mary, keep creation and the Church steady. They anchor the Church in Christ’s love.With this in mind, I would like to propose a way that our parishes respond to the current crisis: by dedicating ourselves to the Eucharist and the Blessed Virgin Mary. I will be organizing Holy Hours to pray for the renewal of the Church. They will simply be called 'An Hour for Renewal.' They will occur on late Sunday afternoons and rotate between the four parishes for the rest of 2018." 

All are welcome to attend the Hours of Renewal, beginning Sunday, September 9, 4:30 pm, at Immaculate Conception, and pray for our Church. September 16 @ SJ; September 23 @ SJF, (no hour on the fifth Sunday), and October 7 @ SL. Then back to IC!


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