menu

Today’s Work of Mercy: Help Fund a Documentary in Defense of Marriage

Today’s Work of Mercy: Help Fund a Documentary in Defense of Marriage May 5, 2015

Blackstone Films writes:

Back in 2014, we at Blackstone Films released The Third Way, a 40-minute documentary film on the Catholic Church and homosexuality. Hundreds of thousands of Catholics and non-Catholics alike have seen the film, and it was endorsed by prominent Church leaders across the world. But even with the success of The Third Way, we’ve realized that the fight against marriage goes much further than its redefinition.

With the advent of widespread contraception, divorce, pornography, and many more, the matter and ends of marriage as determined by God and defined by His Church are being eroded. Beginning this week, we are embarking on a crucial project with an ambitious goal: we are creating a documentary which will positively and permanently transform our society’s understanding of marriage.

In order to make this film possible, we need to raise $1,000,000 by June 1st, 2015. We fully intend to produce a film of Hollywood quality, and to do that, we need a Hollywood budget (even if it is an incredibly SMALL Hollywood budget). This will allow us to interview some 30 leading experts on the topics listed above, as well as provide stunning visual quality in a compelling 90 minute story. We can’t make this film without your help, however. If you’d like to give toward the production of this project, please visit: www.blackstonefilms.org/marriage.

"Late to the game, but while I agree with him that the end doesn’t justify ..."

Building Bridges of Trust vs. Winning
"I also think netflix is more evil than good, the things they have and support ..."

A reader struggles with scruples about ..."
"I am pretty sure remote cooperation is evil unless with proportionate reasons..."

A reader struggles with scruples about ..."
"Just one nit - the Dickey Amendment (the bit of law that supposedly "forbids" the ..."

Heresy of the Day: Antinomianism

Browse Our Archives