Great coverage of our first screening in the Milwaukee Film Festival by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee's Catholic Herald: http://chnonline.org/news/local-news/12626-band-of-sisters-highlights-changing-role-of-religious
ND graduate Mary Fishman answers questions from Jeanine Sterling, a fellow alumnae and Steering Committee Member of ND Women Connect. http://womenconnect.undgroup.org/s/1210/clubs-interior.aspx?sid=1210&gid...
The first two screenings of Band of Sisters at the Milwaukee Film Festival were sell-outs, and the last one is on its way. As of Monday, Band of Sisters is "ON RUSH." Per the festival website: "advanced tickets are no longer available. You can join the RUSH TICKETS line at the venue to buy any unclaimed seats. Rush tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis and go on sale 15 minutes prior to showtime. Rush tickets cost $10 and are CASH ONLY. NO DISCOUNTS."
As part of its coverage of the Milwaukee Film Festival, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's religion reporter, Annysa Johnson, talked with Sister Madeline Gianforte, CSA, co-founder and co-director of Milwaukee's CORE/El Centro, and Sister JoAnn Persch, RSM, a Milwaukee native who ministers with detained immigrants in Chicago. http://www.jsonline.com/features/religion/for-sisters-recognition-can-on...
Sisters of St. Agnes Madeline Gianforte and Pat Bogenschuetz discuss their ministry at CORE El Centro, which provides healing and wellness for people of all income levels and cultures - on The Morning Blend.
We are thrilled to premiere in Milwaukee, and so happy to be screening in the exciting Milwaukee Film Festival. We're screening on Sept. 30, Oct. 6 and Oct. 9. For more information about the screenings, and to purchase tickets: Milwaukee Film Festival