When we premiered All or Nothing: Sr. Clare Crockett in Spanish and English on April 16, 2018, we could not imagine how many thousands of spectators would see this documentary film and the abundant spiritual fruits it was going to produce. We have received hundreds of messages from people from all over the world giving thanks to God for Sr. Clare’s example. They have received graces of conversion, have discovered or accepted their vocation or grown in their spiritual life. There are people who attribute the solution to difficult situations and physical cures to Sr. Clare.
We could not expect that All or Nothing: Sr. Clare Crockett was going to be translated into so many languages, either. We started with Spanish and English followed by Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Croatian, Armenian, Chinese and French. We are currently preparing the Polish and Slovak versions. All of these translations have been made possible by volunteers who, upon discovering that the documentary was in other languages, offered to translate the documentary so that their compatriots could also learn about Sr. Clare.
Not long ago we received an email from Indonesia with an offer to translate Sr. Clare’s documentary film to Indonesian. This certainly was a surprise. 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. Another fact to keep in mind is that while it is not an Islamic State, Indonesia is the country with the most Muslims in the world (about 86% of the population is Muslim). On November 14, 2019, the day Sr. Clare would have turned 37, we are going to premiere All or Nothing: Sr. Clare Crockett in Indonesia. Amazing, right?
For now, you can see the trailer in Indonesian:
On November 14, All or Nothing: Sr. Clare Crockett will premiere on YouTube at 19:00 (GMT +7), Western Indonesia local time. You can watch it live from any part of the globe at this link.
Pray that Sr. Clare’s testimony of her encounter with Jesus Christ touches the hearts of many Indonesians.