CETRA Movie Night: The Church on Dauphine Street

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Join us Tuesday, October 1 for Movie Night at the Ibrahim Theater at International House Philadelphia.  The event will begin at 7:00pm with free showing of The Church on Dauphine Street. Directed by Ann Hedreen and Rustin Thompson, this documentary explores a miracle after tragedy struck in New Orleans. This is a story about Father Joseph Benson, a Northern Irish-man, and Arthine Vicks, an ex-Marine fluent in American Sign Language: two unlikely allies working to reunite one of New Orleans’ most unusual, most independent congregations. Their church is home to the city’s deaf Catholics and to many Spanish-speaking immigrants, making it tri-lingual. But more than anything this is a story about home, and the mysterious, powerful allure of New Orleans.

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  Directed by Ann Hedreen and Rustin Thompson, this documentary explores a miracle after tragedy struck in New Orleans. This is a story about Father Joseph Benson, a Northern Irish-man, and Arthine Vicks, an ex-Marine fluent in American Sign Language: two unlikely allies working to reunite one of New Orleans’ most unusual, most independent congregations. Their church is home to the city’s deaf Catholics and to many Spanish-speaking immigrants, making it tri-lingual. But more than anything this is a story about home, and the mysterious, powerful allure of New Orleans.
Read more at https://www.cetra.com/cetra-movie-night-the-church-on-dauphine-street/#drqcRd3dolk5X4vM.99
  Directed by Ann Hedreen and Rustin Thompson, this documentary explores a miracle after tragedy struck in New Orleans. This is a story about Father Joseph Benson, a Northern Irish-man, and Arthine Vicks, an ex-Marine fluent in American Sign Language: two unlikely allies working to reunite one of New Orleans’ most unusual, most independent congregations. Their church is home to the city’s deaf Catholics and to many Spanish-speaking immigrants, making it tri-lingual. But more than anything this is a story about home, and the mysterious, powerful allure of New Orleans.
Read more at https://www.cetra.com/cetra-movie-night-the-church-on-dauphine-street/#drqcRd3dolk5X4vM.99
  Directed by Ann Hedreen and Rustin Thompson, this documentary explores a miracle after tragedy struck in New Orleans. This is a story about Father Joseph Benson, a Northern Irish-man, and Arthine Vicks, an ex-Marine fluent in American Sign Language: two unlikely allies working to reunite one of New Orleans’ most unusual, most independent congregations. Their church is home to the city’s deaf Catholics and to many Spanish-speaking immigrants, making it tri-lingual. But more than anything this is a story about home, and the mysterious, powerful allure of New Orleans.
Read more at https://www.cetra.com/cetra-movie-night-the-church-on-dauphine-street/#drqcRd3dolk5X4vM.99

 

 

Where: 3701 Chestnut Street 

Philadelphia, PA 19104

When: 7:00pm, Tuesday, October 1, 2013

 

 

RSVP here or to danielle.buries@cetra.com

 

 

Can’t make Movie Night this month? Check out the full schedule here!

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