ment of the 1960s. Produced by
Hart Films and Alabama Public TV.
57 minutes, 2007. home.earthlink.
No Greater Love: A Unique Portrait
of the Carmelite Nuns
An intimate look at a year in the life
of a cloistered Carmelite monastery
in London. Produced by filmmaker
Michael Whyte. 100 minutes, 2011.
Women & Spirit:
Catholic Sisters in
Shows the role U.S.
sisters have played
and the impact
they have made in
shaping the nation
and spiritually. The
film was part of a
touring exhibit cre-
ated by the Leader-
ship Conference of Women Religious
that traveled to museums throughout
the United States. 60 minutes, 2011.
Fishers of Men
Depicts various facets of a priest’s life
and explores the purpose of a priest’s
vocation. Produced by Grassroots
Films for the United States Catholic
Conference of Bishops. 18 minutes,
Diocesan priesthood videos
Several documentary-style videos
about priesthood, many of them professionally produced, are available
at a website hosted by the National
Conference of Diocesan Vocation
Enter #482 at VocationMatch.com
Bro: Men with Hope to Bring
Looks at what makes the vocation
of brothers distinct, exploring the
lives of brothers in the United States
and abroad. Directed, written, and
edited by Holy Cross
Brother Nich Perez,
C.S.C., a teacher and
filmmaker. 118 minutes, 2013.
Into Great Silence
A meditative look at
life in the Carthusian
monastery of the
Grande Chartreuse in
the French Alps, one
of the world’s most ascetic religious
orders. Directed by Philip Groning.
162 minutes, 2005. (Monks of the
Carthusian order, as with many other
men’s communities, include both
priests and brothers.)
Looks at the joys and anxieties of
a middle-aged woman
and a young man, each
of whom is discerning a
vocation to religious life.
Produced by independent filmmaker David
Ranghelli. 77 minutes,
2013. thecallingdocu-mentary.com. =
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