Monday, October 3, 2016

Alinsky film producers are this week’s guests on FOT

The past few weeks, Facebook and other social media were abuzz over the new film about socialist community organizer Saul Alinsky, A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing (trailer below), which appeared on EWTN. The film outlines Alinsky’s career and how he and his followers have crafted political organizations that have succeeded in infiltrating the Church as well as the body politic and how those organizations have affected these institutions.

According to The Free Republic, the film answers the following: “Why is political discourse so bad right now? How have Christian beliefs, particularly Catholic beliefs, and those who hold them come to be reviled by so many in the secular culture? Where did political correctness, gender conflict, gender confusion — and so many other aspects of the Culture of Death — come from?” (Read the entire review here.)

(The film is now available for sale digitally for $14.99 and rental for $4.99 USD at Stream the film wherever you go, watch it on TV via the Vimeo app on iOS, Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast, mobile, or tablet. Download DRM-free SD, HD mobile files and watch the film anywhere and anytime. #alinskyfilm)

Tuesday, the producers of the film, Richard and Stephen Payne of Arcadia Films, will join Deacon Mike Manno and Stephanie Crowley to discuss the film and the message it delivers. So join Deacon Mike and Stephanie (sitting in for Gina Noll) for an interesting discussion at 9 a.m. (central) on Iowa Catholic Radio 1150 AM; 88.5 & 94.5 FM, and streaming on The program will be rebroadcast at 9 p.m. and can be heard on the Iowa Catholic Radio App which can easily be downloaded to your device. Additionally, past programs, including our September 20, 2016 program with Stephanie Block, a consultant and contributor to the film, and our September 13, 2016 program with Lisa Bourne of LifeSiteNews on the influence of socialist George Soros and how it mirrors the Alinsky model at our web page here.

That’s Tuesday at 9 & 9; on the internet or via app. Don’t miss this program.

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