Please join us tomorrow, Tuesday June 7th, at 8pm EDT for a screening of the new documentary, The Forbidden Call. We'll be joined by the film's director, AnaMichele Morejon, and subject, Diane Whalen for conversation and Q&A.

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Diane Whalen has been a spiritual leader in the Roman Catholic Church her whole life. By the time she was in her twenties, she was clear that she was called to be a priest, but only men can be ordained in the Catholic Church. In THE FORBIDDEN CALL, Diane reflects on her difficult decision to leave her lifelong faith community to become a priest in a renewed vision of the Church, one that the Pope doesn't recognize. The short documentary is a poignant reminder that change in the Catholic Church is long overdue, but Diane's ministry is one step in the right direction.

AnaMichele Morejon is a filmmaker from South Florida who is fascinated by stories of people who challenge
the norm. Her deep empathy for those alienated by mainstream society and love for character-driven narratives led her to study film at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. AnaMichele’s creative work explores themes at the intersection of identity, belief, and modern culture. Most recently, she directed the short, The Road to Sanctuary, which was released by Spirit Juice Studios, a multiple Emmy award-winning production company.





ATT LÄSA TIDENS TECKEN
att göra en meningsskapande teologi för vår tid.
Föredrag av av sr Madeleine Fredell OP
https://www.dominikansystrarna.se/sr-madeleines-teologiska-sida/?fs=e&s=cl