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Documentary on First-Year Vincentian Priests to Premiere on Feast Day

by | Sep 19, 2020 | News | 0 comments

On Sunday, September 27, at 12pm, at the Miraculous Medal Shrine in Philadelphia, PA, the Vincentians of the Eastern Province will be celebrating and livestreaming Mass for the Feast of the Solemnity of Saint Vincent de Paul. Immediately following Mass, the same livestream will premiere the new documentary “Ready and Able: A Vincentian Story.”

You can watch the Mass and documentary release via Miraculous Medal Shrine’s Facebook (click HERE) or on the Shrine’s website (click HERE).

About the Documentary

 

Ready and Able: A Vincentian Story

Following two newly ordained Vincentian Catholic priests during their first year of ministry, this candid documentary captures the joy of living a vocation, the challenges of serving others, and how to find hope in a pandemic.

Frs. Leo Tiburcio, CM, and Luis Romero, CM, are young Vincentian men on a mission to “serve Christ in the poor.” With unfettered access and honest commentary, this documentary follows Leo and Luis on their first-year journey that was a decade in the making. From being hometown celebrities, to praying over patients in hospitals, to ministering in the ‘new world’ of a global pandemic, one thing is clear: these men are ready and able.

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The film is 14 minutes, 30 seconds, and is a co-production of the Vincentians of the Eastern Province and the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal.

For More Information

Contact Christopher Grosso, Communications Manager for the Eastern Province Vincentians at cgrosso@cammonline.org.

 

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