Section of Film

St. Germaine Movie Night

After the Saturday Vigil Mass, St. Germaine gathers for pizza, sub-sandwiches, popcorn, and other snacks and watches a film specificaly chosen to enlighten, educate, and entertain. It's a wonderful chance to get to know other parishioners, and to enjoy the common bond Christ has formed in us.

This event was originally held to provide a bit of respite for those in grief. However, others wished to attend and the event was opened to all parishioners and guests. This has proven successful in meeting the needs of those in grief and providing a night of fun for the entire parish

The movies often have a them of redemption such as in: Captains Courageous, The Third Grader, A Smile as Big as the Moon, The Brothers, Henry Poole Was Here, and The Spitfire Girl. 'Movie Night' has proven to be successful in building our parish community, a comfort to those in grief, and an enjoyable evening for all!

Upcoming Feature Films are posted a few weeks prior in the parish bulletin and on this website. Email reminders are sent on request. Click the link below for more information, to register your email address, or to RSVP. Movie Night is sponsored by The Shepherds of Compassion. RSVPs are rquested.

Revised 2017-2018 Schedule

Date Event Time Location
15-Sep-2018 Movie Night 5:30 PM Parish Hall
27-Oct-2018 Movie Night 5:30 PM Parish Hall
17-Nov-2018 Movie Night 5:30 PM Parish Hall
19-Jan-2019 Movie Night 5:30 PM Parish Hall
23-Mar-2019 Movie Night 5:30 PM Parish Hall
18-May-2019 Movie Night 5:30 PM Parish Hall

Paul: Apostle of Christ

Inspiring Committment & Dedication

Playing in March


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The message of grace and the humility of serving Christ was realized in this presentation. As a Christian, I fully believed the conflict Paul faced; the temptation of absorbing condemnation against the reality of his righteousness and the mental struggle in staying true to his position in Christ. This was a story of being loyal to the truth of your faith and the willingness to die for something so strongly believed. It moved me deeply and provoked me to look at my own priorities. As Christians, WE HAVE NOTHING TO COMPLAIN ABOUT. Artistically, the production value was excellent, the acting stunning and the directior kept out of his own way, letting the story breath on the wings of the spirit. - Anonymous Review