"The Bride"

An unprecedented documentary highlighting the lives of religious sisters across the United States, The Bride emphasizes the risk and reward of letting everything go for God.

Date & Time:

Monday, May 11, 2015
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location:

OEC Auditorium, University of St. Thomas 

An unprecedented documentary highlighting the lives of religious sisters across the United States, "The Bride" emphasizes the risk and reward of letting everything go for God. The challenging questions of the modern world—Does life have meaning? Is God real?—find a new and unexpected response in the sisters’ bold proclamation that God is enough to satisfy the desires of the human heart.

Mother Mary Clare Roufs, ACJ, and Sr. Clare Matthiass, CFR, worked closely with Grassroots Films in the conceptualization, filming, and production of this 18 minute film. They will be present at this pre-screening to talk about the vision of the film and answer questions.

The event is co-sponsored by Catholic Studies, St. John Vianney Seminary and St. Paul Seminary.

Reservations are not required but encouraged. To register, use this Google form: http://goo.gl/forms/UPq70WL5lL.

Questions regarding the film and promotional materials can be directed to thebride@cmswr.org

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