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Hosted by the Catholic Foundation of RI
“The film features The Franciscan Friars of the Renewal who work in some of the most dangerous and marginalized communities in the world. Outcasts shows how the friars offer peace, forgiveness and compassion to people who are at the extreme margins of society.
Outcasts takes the viewers to some pretty rough places. It was filmed at a men’s shelter in the South Bronx, a food pantry in Harlem, on the violent streets of Newark, N.J., a prison in Comayagua, Honduras and in Moyross, Ireland known for its murder rate as “stab city”.
The film is at times harrowingly real, depicting the brutal side of life, yet it is also a hopeful film, with the grim scenes it sometimes shows lightened up by moments of real comedy. The stars of the film are the friars who still exude love and hope, despite living in such hard circumstances.”
- Geoff Cobb of Greenpointers.com
There will be a Q&A following the screening with one of the Friars from the film and a local leader in the Providence community dealing first hand with those struggling in the community.
Admission is free, but requires advanced registration at McVinneyAuditorium.com.
Sponsored by Blue Cross RI.
|11/10/18 at 3:00 pm
Admission is free, but requires advanced registration.