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Sr. Clare on “JóvenesCató” (Young Catholics)

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A budding actress leaves her career and open doors to fame behind to give her life to God. Some might see this as a total failure. But was it?

There were only five of them when they launched “Jóvenes católicos” (Young Catholics). They wanted to make a Catholic webpage by and for youth. Today, there are almost twenty young people committed to this digital evangelization project, that has a strong impact in social networks. They have more than 165,000 followers on Twitter, more than 60,000 fans on Facebook, and more than 15,000 followers on Instagram. They, too, have spoken about Sr. Clare’s movie.

You can see the original article in Spanish by going to the following link:

“All or Nothing”

By Mariazell - 17 April, 2018

Many of you probably remember Sister Clare who passed away in the earthquake of Ecuador in 2016. Well, the Religious Sisters of the Home of the Mother, the congregation she belonged to, have launched a documentary, “All or Nothing,” about the life of Sr. Clare Crockett.

Mater Mundi TV tells us about it:

A budding actress leaves her career and open doors to fame behind to give her life to God. Some might see this as a total failure. But was it? Those who knew Sr. Clare speak in this film. After her tragic death in the 2016 earthquake in Ecuador, the failure might be seen as having reached its devastating end. Yet, many think that the story doesn’t end there. Thanks to the Servant Sisters’ archives with over 15 years of photos and videos of Sr. Clare’s life, HM Television presents this documentary to show you the real-life story of this Sister who gave her ALL to God, keeping NOTHING back.

It is a message that, according to the religious of the Home of the Mother, “goes right to our hearts as a calling, to make us ask ourselves what we are giving—or not giving—to God.”

The distribution of the film is free of charge and is available in Spanish, English, and Italian. It will be shown in Ireland, Canada, the US, England, Italy, Singapore, Philippines, Colombia, Spain, Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico, El Salvador, Uruguay, Peru, Nicaragua, Chile, Latvia, Bolivia, Brazil, Guatemala, and the Dominican Republic.

A questionnaire is available on the website to facilitate a movie forum and reflection about the message that the movie has for every viewer.

The full news can be read here (in Spanish):


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