Tomorrow is April 16 and it will be four years since Sr. Clare passed away together with María Augusta, Mayra, Jazmina, Catalina and Valeria in the earthquake in Ecuador.
Indonesia is a huge archipelago located between Southeast Asia and Oceania. It has a population of over 255 million people, which makes it the fourth most populated country in the world. On November 14, 2019, the day Sr. Clare would have turned 37, we are going to premiere All or Nothing: Sr. Clare Crockett there.
Her story moved me from the start, and I saw how in Spain the people who watched the movie were also touched. So I said to myself, “Why not make her known in France where I live?”
Several thousands of people throughout the world have seen this documentary film in Spanish, English and Italian over the past months. They have cried, laughed, prayed and sung with Sr. Clare but above all, they have asked themselves, “Lord, am I giving You everything You want of me?”
"Alone with Christ Alone” is the title of a song dedicated to Sr. Clare by I Am, a youth worship band composed of a young people from Derry, Northern Ireland. It is from their recently launched CD: Fight the Good Fight. “Alone with Christ Alone” is inspired by the motto that Sr. Clare received from the Home of the Mother’s founder on the day of her perpetual vows.
Above all, that it had caused in her “a great desire to die, not to die physically, but rather to die to myself.”
Since we have initiated the Spanish and English versions, we have received more than 1000 petitions that literally come from the all over the world.
More than 80 people attended and were very touched by it – so much so, that when the documentary ended, there was a river of tears.
“All or Nothing: Sr. Clare Crockett”: A Spiritual Bomb
Release of the Film "All or Nothing"