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“For Greater Glory” Dovetails with Rally Message

Posted by Matt Yonke (June 5, 2012 at 11:58 am)

For Greater Glory

A new film that opened last weekend tells an amazing story you won’t want to miss!

“For Greater Glory” tells the epic true story of Mexico‚Äôs Cristero War, which rocked 1920s North America. Audiences nationwide have been amazed at the parallells between the religious persecution in Mexico in the early 20th century and the threat of religious persecution in early 21st century America.

You can read more about the Cristero War in the Knights of Columbus Columbia Magazine and you can find out more about the film and showtimes near you here.

Please support this amazing pro-religious freedom movie that dovetails so well with the message of the Stand Up for Religious Freedom Campaign!

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3 Responses to ““For Greater Glory” Dovetails with Rally Message”

  1. Michelle says:

    I went to see For Greater Glory this weekend. The movie is truly amazing and shows what can happen when a President/government takes away religious liberties. I pray that what happened to the Mexicans during this war never happens to Americans US but this movie will wake you up to the possibility. Unfortunately, the movie theatre was almost empty. We need the fill the seats for this powerful movie!!

    June 5th, 2012 at 4:58 pm
  2. John says:

    I might think about seeing it if Eva Longoria, Obama’s biggest Hollywood cheerleader wasnt in the movie. I mostly avoid Hollywood movies and stars who are mostly immoral and promote such lifestyles in their movies.

    June 5th, 2012 at 11:58 pm
  3. Philomena says:

    I’m happy to say that when I went to see this movie last Sunday, it was very well attended. To be diverted into trivial objections; not only will divide us, but serves to lessen the sacrifices of these martyrs and the lessons history provides through this film. My advice: See the film…You will not be sorry.

    June 6th, 2012 at 7:52 am