While I look forward to the march and my participation at the March for Life convention and the Rose Dinner with the American Life League, I am saddened that we even have to protest such heinous atrocities in a supposedly civilized society.
I am however excited to share with you that a film which I have been writing about during the last year and a half is finally completed and had its world premiere on a cold and snowy Chicago night just this past December 11 and 12, the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
For producer John Morales, 40 has been a test of his commitment to address and shine the brightest light yet on “the most important human rights issue of our time,” to an entire nation and generation.
Nearly 1,000 people attended the premiere on a pair of brutally cold nights, but the hearts inside the theater were very warm and the energy level was up to the nines. So much so that on the first night, there was not only a standing ovation, but two!
Pro-Life Champions, the nonprofit behind the film joined forces with Chicago-based Spirit Juice Studios and Movie to Movement to create what I would say is the strongest message via film to bring the youth of the world together to build generation after generation of people who will see abortion as the truly evil act that it truly is… and end it once and for all.