October 25th @ 1:30pm
St. Ann Parish Hall
This powerful, award-winning film tells the story of one of the greatest challenges the legal system has ever faced. Dr. Josef Mengele, the infamous “Angel of Death” in Auschwitz, and one of the most wanted Nazi war criminals, turns himself in after 30 years in hiding to tell his “truth” to the world. Thus ensues a battle between conscience and evil. As the intense trial proceeds to its dramatic finish, we discover that the dark attitudes about the dignity of human life in Mengele’s day and attitudes in our world today are much more similar than many would think. Rev. Wayne Dziekan, Director Secretariat for Justice & Peace, Gaylord Diocese, will lead a group discussion after the movie.
Join us for hot dogs and chips. There will be a free will offering.