Monday, January 26, 2015

Documentary "One Generation Away" special showing Monday at Christ the King Catholic Church, Des Moines, Iowa

Monday evening at 7 p.m. at Christ the King Catholic Church in Des Moines there will be a special showing of the new documentary “One Generation Away.” The event is free and open to the public.

One Generation Away is a fast-paced film that travels the United States (and Europe) in search of a deeper understanding of the religious freedom clauses in the Constitution's First Amendment. From Hobby Lobby to the Mt. Soledad Cross in San Diego to wedding service providers in the Northwest, One Generation Away asks hard questions about the status of religious liberty in America today. The film includes leading voices on both sides of the issue. One Generation Away discovers that our “first freedom”—religious liberty—is one that demands attention at this critical point in American history.
Your free ticket for the movie can be downloaded here, however the sponsors of the movie say a ticket is not necessary to enter but only gives them a idea of how many to expect. They are planning on refreshments.

Last Tuesday our movie reviewer Stephanie Crowley gave the movie a big thumbs up and this Tuesday we’ll be continuing our discussion on the issues raised in the film.
For more information on the movie itself, and to see the trailer, go here.

Christ the King is located at 5711 SW 9th Street, Des Moines.
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.” 
-- Ronald Reagan

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