domingo, 24 de junho de 2018

"Poder nas minhas Mãos" - Filme sobre Rosário

Está sendo lançado nos Estados Unidos o filme "Power in my Hands" (Poder nas minhas Mãos), sobre o poder das orações no Rosário. O filme foi produzido pelo Rosary Evangelization, escrito por Margue Mandli e dirigido por John Shoemaker e Ryan Freng.

Vejam o trailer acima. Não creio que deva chegar no Brasil, é mais um exemplo de filme que devemos comprá-lo na internet para poder assistí-lo.

Leiam mais no site do filme.

E na explicação do site Catholic Exchange, vejam uma parte abaixo:

Power in My Hands: New Film Sheds New Light on the Rosary

In select theaters across America, people have been inspired to pray the rosary because of the new film Power In My Hands. This revolutionary, feature-length documentary introduces the world to the beauty, timelessness, and power of the rosary by sharing the stories of ordinary families and individuals who have experienced miracles as a result of their devotion to this form of prayer.
Produced by the Rosary Evangelization Apostolate, written by Margie Mandli, and directed by John Shoemaker and Ryan Freng, “Power In My Hands” seeks to revitalize America – a society in spiritual crisis –  and instill an active response to the Blessed Mother’s plea for prayer through the making of this film. The ultimate goal is to bring others to know the hope that only Jesus Christ can offer us.
“Anyone who assimilates the mystery of Christ – and this is clearly the goal of the Rosary – learns the secret of peace and makes it his life’s project” (St. John Paul II, Rosarium Virginis Mariae).
St. Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis have all been advocates of the rosary, encouraging us to pray for peace and for our families. Even the Mother of Jesus has called upon humanity to offer the rosary for the salvation of the world through many of the Church-approved apparitions which are highlighted in the film. Yet, most people have not responded to these messages.
Power In My Hands seeks to creatively and effectively reach men, women, and children with this message in a way that has never been done before. Audiences are drawn in by the captivating, relatable stories of those featured in the film, as well as the theological insight presented.
It’s stories like Nancy Salerno’s that truly convict people of the power of the rosary. Nancy shares about the grief she felt as a young mother when she lost one of the twins she was carrying and the other was born with cerebral palsy. Struggling to deal with the pain of her loss while raising her three young children and caring for a newborn baby in need of medical attention, Nancy was led to the Holy Rosary. Nancy exudes peace and joy throughout the film. The kind of peace and joy that surpases all understanding and is very appealing for those facing trials of their own.

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