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In Good Conscience: Sister Jeannine Gramick's Journey of Faith (2004)

Sister Jeannine Gramick is an American nun who ministers to gay and lesbian catholics. Ordered to stop her activities, the sister has refused and is attempting to take her case to the Vatican.




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IN GOOD CONSCIENCE chronicles the true story of Sister Jeannine Gramick, who is defying a Vatican edict that she shut down her compassionate ministry to gay & lesbian Catholics and silence herself permanently on the subject of homosexuality Written by Barbara Rick

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A voice of hope in the wilderness...
30 January 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The hope, the healing, the message of inclusion and love for the gay community embodied in Sr. Jannine in this film is juxtaposed with the lack of hope, the lack of healing, and the exclusion and absence of love formally promulgated by the subject of this film - the hierarchy of the Catholic Church. This is a sad commentary on the state of the Catholic Church in today's world. But, when one listens closer to the message of Sr. Jeannine, one is reminded of her two most salient points: that the Church "is" the People of God, not the hierarchy; and, that the primacy of an informed, personal conscience must guide our lives. Barbara Ricks' direction and production have provided us with a film that is not only compelling and humorous, but enlightening and liberating. My advice, Michael Moore, move over... there's a new girl in town!

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