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PREVIEW: GREEN SPIRIT TV

SOCIAL VIDEO MARKETING: The Five Steps

 

Cultivating and Caring for Creation

A Response to Laudato Si

Pope Francis' Encyclical on the Environment
June 18, 2015

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FEATURE VIDEO / INTERNET TV PROJECT

 

Organizing for Good:

The Story of South Africa's Archbishop Denis Hurley OMI (1915-2004)

A Villagers TV Production

 

 

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How We Help

Villagers Media Productions was founded in 1990 to assist socially responsible clients with effective, high-quality video products to enhance marketing, training, fund-raising and communications efforts.

 

In the course of working with Pontifical Mission Societies (Canada Branch), we have come to know countless men and women of faith who struggle for social justice in the midst of extreme difficulties and dangers within the emerging societies of the world.

 

The story of the Roman Catholic Church in South Africa is a case in point. Beginning as a very small Church in the service of European Catholic émigrés to the country, the Church gradually became a friend of Black South Africans dealing with and ultimately overthrowing the vicious 50-year--old Apartheid regime.

 

Within this big picture story are the stories of dozens, if not hundreds, of Church leaders who essentially went through personal conversions to become amongst the country’s strongest anti-Apartheid voices and activists.

 

Meet one (and, many would say, the overarching leader of his time) in this video: South Africa’s Archbishop Denis Hurley (1915 – 2004).

 

For more information about Archbishop Hurley and his legacy, go to www.archbishopdenishurley.com