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PLEASE NOTE that Holy Saturday falls on the third Saturday of April, for this reason the usual Blessed John Sullivan Monthly will not be celebrated this month.


EXPLORE THE HEART OF HOLY WEEK through film at Gardiner street. Guided by Fr. Jake Martin sj. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at 8:00 pm.


Monday 15th: Barrabbas (1961)

Barabbas, the criminal that Pontius Pilate induced the populace to vote to set free, so that Christ could be crucified, is haunted by the image of Jesus for the rest of his life.


 Richard Fleischer


 Christopher Fry (screenplay), Pär Lagerkvist (novel)


 Anthony QuinnSilvana ManganoArthur Kennedy 


Tuesday 16th: Calvary (2014)

After he is threatened during a confession, a good-natured priest must battle the dark forces closing in around him.


 John Michael McDonagh


 John Michael McDonagh


 Brendan GleesonChris O’DowdKelly Reilly


Wednesday: Jesus in Montreal

A group of actors put on an unorthodox, but acclaimed Passion Play which incites the opposition of the Catholic Church while the actors’ lives themselves begin to mirror the Passion itself.


 Denys Arcand


 Denys Arcand


 Lothaire BluteauCatherine WilkeningJohanne-Marie Tremblay


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€ 405 Thank you.  The Blue Bag is for the Church Collection (St Francis Xavier’s Gardiner Street.


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  1. That should read Jesus of Montreal…
    One of my all-time favorites. Had me thinking, reflecting, marveling… The very simplicity of the story-line held me to the end – and what an ending. Unmissable…
    P S The writer director was invited down to Hollywood with a view to giving him a career in the movie industry – he stayed a while, then fled…

  2. Barabbas. Tonight’s film. An intense performance by Anthony Quinn. The summary above is wrong and quite misleading. Pilate gave in to mob rule. He wanted to release Jesus but caved in to the demands of a crowd egged on by the members of the Sanhedrin. “You are no friend of Caesar if you release this man…” Pilate induced no one – least of all, Barabbas.

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