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Regina Magazine - The Catholic Film-makers
Film is the future. As anyone who works in social media can tell you, the present and future generations will learn primarily through video – online and on TV. But what does this mean for catechesis? As education moves into the Video Age, REGINA asked several well-regarded Catholic film-makers in Europe, the United Kingdom, North America and Australia about their experience.
What's so special about Saint Thérèse's parents?
In 1846, in the small town of Alençon, France, a young watchmaker named Louis Martin felt the call to the priesthood. Meanwhile, in the same town, a little girl was growing up with an austere mother who gave her little affection.
Priest Hopeful that "Vianney" will Spark Vocations
BLOOMFIELD – Jesus fished for men with parables. Father Edmund S. Nadolny is using live theater to cast for future priests. The former director of the Office of Radio and Television of the Archdiocese of Hartford and former parish priest and pastor, Father Nadolny is bringing the multimedia drama "Vianney" to three Catholic high schools in September.
NWC to present "Vianney" in September
WEST HARTFORD >> “Vianney,” a live one-man production performed by Leonardo Defilippis of Saint Luke Productions, will be presented in the Richard Rice Auditorium at Northwest Catholic High School on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 7 p.m.