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Unplanned.

Drama 2019
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Where in the world are we tearlach? Suffering the effects of nearly seventy five years of left-wing indoctrination courtesy of our public educations system and universities. That, coupled with over half a century of an equally left-wing modernist liturgy. Most Catholics today are "dumbed down" both academically and spiritually. Consequently, whatever innate faith or intelligence many of them …More
Where in the world are we tearlach? Suffering the effects of nearly seventy five years of left-wing indoctrination courtesy of our public educations system and universities. That, coupled with over half a century of an equally left-wing modernist liturgy. Most Catholics today are "dumbed down" both academically and spiritually. Consequently, whatever innate faith or intelligence many of them might have is atrophied. They don't reason because they haven't been taught how to reason. Reason is dangerous to the Left; it exposes their ideological contradictions far too quickly.

So that's where "we" are. As for movie-making... Hollywood is dominated and controlled by the radical left. Just look at the staggering up-hill battle Mel Gibson had in making the Passion Of The Christ. Even then, he was able to get it made only because a.) he went outside of Hollywood. b.) he's an experienced, gifted film-maker c.) it's The Greatest Story Ever Told. ;-)

...which brings us to one last point. The kind of movies Catholics say they want made and the ones they actually watch are two different things. That's not a shot at you, personally, btw. It's just a general observation. Even among the presumably "serious about their faith" Traditional Latin Mass Catholics, get 'em talking about a "date night" with their spouse, and it turns out they're all going to the same garbage movies everyone else is.

Oh sure, most are rightly concerned about the deliberate corruption of values and morals, the constant Catholic/ Christian-bashing in movies today -even in supposedly "family-friendly" movies. They don't want their children watching that stuff.

But once they start talking about movies THEY enjoyed, as adults, they're watching the same content everyone else is and they're loving every minute ot if.

It's worse now with streaming-everything online. The younger set, the "almost adults", -do- know how to get around the parental blocks. They're getting exposed to all of Hollywood's corruption well before they've gone off to college (and God help their values once they've left home).

Here's a quick example, it might get someone into a bunch of trouble and, frankly, I really don't care.

It's a church social, everyone's milling around, Father spotted one of his senior servers and wanted some minor thing done in the sacristy. Server guy nodded deferentially. "Yes, Father... your will, my hands." Father looked pleased and the young man hurried off on his errand.

I nearly inhaled a lungful of jelly-dougnut trying not to laugh. Maybe Father didn't catch the server's reference, but I did!

The phrase comes from (wait for it) Spartacus on the StarZ network.. -which is... uhhh... yeah.

In terms of hard-core violence, ful-frontal nudity and sex, it's probably second only to Game Of Thrones for historical/ fantasy series.

Let's dish about "Your Will, My Hands" for a moment.

He's not just any Catholic teenager. He's a Knight of the Altar at a Traditional Latin Mass parish and a serious martinet with the other altar boys when it comes to every rubric. He's the sort who enjoys having that kind of power, especially over the smaller, younger boys. I'm not the only one who's noticed, either btw.

But when he's at home, he's picking up catchy phrases from the X-rated sleaze-TV, he's watching.

...just like other guys his age. That's what they're going to bring to their Catholic marriages and their Catholic families.

You know, when they're not busy tearing into a ten year old because the boy wasn't holding the candle-holder at a precisely ninety-degree angle when approaching the altar.
tearlach
I agree, the question still remains though, I've watched some pro- life leaders whose story would be worth to put on a movie, BUT as you put it, who will go watch it, if it get a couple of viewers would be a miracle. I'm equally glad that someone is actually making some movies about things we all ought to get our hands dirty. God bless, Good comment. No objections at all.
tearlach
Beautiful movie, thanks for sharing it. I just feel bad it's not Catholics giving this kind of testimony. Made me cry many times, touched my heart as a guy.

Prayers ARE answer by God, sooner or later.
tearlach
Where in the world are we catholics? we should be making movies like this with one marriage.