Warsaw Documentary Film Donation

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A Life Lesson From Warsaw

The Link Between Divine Mercy and Abortion

In 1931, one year before Poland legalizes abortion, Jesus appears to St. Faustina to bring the message of Divine Mercy to the world. In her Diary, she writes that the beautiful city of Warsaw would be destroyed for the “killing of infants not yet born.” Warsaw soon becomes the abortion capital of Europe and by the end of World War II the Pride of Poland is destroyed.

See the new documentary that explains the correlation between the Divine Mercy revelations and the issue of life, and how St. Faustina’s beloved homeland is transformed into the most pro-life country in the world.

Become a Partner in this Great Adventure

Mother of Mercy Messengers, an apostolate of the Marian Fathers, have partnered with Springtime Productions and producer/director Daniel diSilva (The Original Image of Divine Mercy, Sexual Revolution: 50 Years Since Humanae Vitae) to create a new documentary that is both a warning and a message of hope. As the battle intensifies both politically and culturally over the value of a human life, now is the time for a film that makes definitively clear that there are grave national consequences for ending that life, yet promises of mercy and restoration when we turn to the Lord and His ways. Now is the time for A Life Lesson From Warsaw.

Please consider helping us make this film. A Life Lesson From Warsaw is currently in preproduction. We are seeking funding and sponsorships to help bring this film to the masses.

If you would like to be a part of this important chronicle of history and wonderful work of mercy please make a donation using the ‘Name Your Price’ box above.

For more information call 830-634-7765 or email momm@marian.org. Reach out today and we will be happy to discuss the storyline and production schedule.

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