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Saturday, October 6 | 6:00 p.m. | Parish Hall

Romero is the first offering of the 2018-2019 Faith and Film series sponsored by the Adult Faith Commission. This is a riveting film, with a stirring performance by Raul Julia as Oscar Romero, and a moving portrayal by Richard Jordan of Rutillio Grande, a Jesuit friend of Romero who was assassinated by El Salvador death squads. Bishop Oscar Romero was a martyr— murdered by members of his own government — because of his insistence on the preferential option for the poor. Come and see this powerful movie that dramatizes Oscar Romero personal journey from conservative academic to passionate advocate for the poor and the oppressed. A short discussion will follow the movie. To help us know how much pizza to order, please RSVP to [email protected] The cost of the pizza is $5.00 per person. Even though there is no admission charge for the film, a free will donation is gratefully accepted to help pay for the cost of the license to show the film. This film series will be continued on the first Saturday of every month from October through June. Be sure to mark your calendars and join us as we try to bring our faith experience into a discussion of current culture as presented in cinema. 9/22/18