PRAYING WITH THE MEDIA

MAKE THIS YEAR'S EASTER SEASON EXTRA SPECIAL!

Join us in praying this nine-day 

Cinema Novena: PAUL, APOSTLE OF CHRIST

Let St. Paul lead you closer to Christ through nine days of prayer, using the Letters of Saint Paul, new prayers to Saint Paul, and films clips from the new film releasing this week!

Sign up today! Novena available (for free) beginning March 23.





Check here to find the showing of Paul, Apostle of Christ nearest you!



CINEMA NOVENA: Paul, Apostle of Christ is nine unique days of prayer, supported by powerful, living depictions from the life of Paul, the great evangelizer and lover of Christ. This online novena will help you live in communion with Christ, for whom Paul preached, prayed, suffered, and ultimately gave his life. No other apostle preached, taught, and suffered as much as Paul, who did all for the sake of love. It is a way of drawing closer to Christ in your daily life.

Why is a CINEMA NOVENA such a powerful experience?

The Cinema Novena is nine unique days of prayer, supported by powerful, living depictions from the life of Paul, the great evangelizer and lover of Christ. Each day you will receive an email with a link to a digital magazine.

  1. Watch the movie clip from the meticulously researched film, PAUL, APOSTLE OF CHRIST.
  2. With the help of Scripture, you will find yourself drawn into the life of Christ through his early followers and his greatest evangelizer.
  3. Meditate on the brief, life-oriented reflection question, and prayer.
  4. Send us your prayer intentions and we'll pray with you.

You can begin the Novena any day you'd like.

 


 

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  • “We are living in an information-driven society which bombards us indiscriminately with data—all treated as being of equal importance—and which leads to remarkable superficiality in the area of moral discernment. In response, we need to provide an education which teaches critical thinking and encourages the development of mature moral values.”

    — Pope Francis, Joy of the Gospel, #64
  • The most important tool when making meaning from a movie is one your children have been using since they can speak: the question. Many of the concerns Catholic parents have in regard to the media’s influence on their children can be addressed by asking them questions and entering into meaningful conversations about the media they consume..”

    — Sr. Hosea Rupprecht, FSP, How To Watch Movies with Kids—A Values-Based Strategy