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October 13th in GR News & Media by .

Goodness Reigns Appears on CatholicTV

Suzanne Haugh, founder and executive director of Goodness Reigns, recently appeared on CatholicTV’s “This Is the Day” with Kate Anderson and Bonnie Rogers. To view the interview, click the link CatholicTV. For information about the upcoming short film contest, visit 2016 Share the Story Film Contest. The theme for the contest …

Suzanne Haugh directs the charitable non-profit Goodness Reigns, Inc. and has worked as a Catholic journalist for over 13 years. She lives in Louisville, KY, with her husband of 20 years and their three children.

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Suzanne Haugh, founder and executive director of Goodness Reigns, recently appeared on CatholicTV’s “This Is the Day” with Kate Anderson and Bonnie Rogers.

To view the interview, click the link CatholicTV.

For information about the upcoming short film contest, visit 2016 Share the Story Film Contest.

The theme for the contest is MERCY, and Goodness Reigns is offering various award categories. New for this contest is a category for videos of original musical compositions expressing the theme of mercy.

Also, do you know an organization, group of people or an individual that brings goodness into the world? For this contest, our customary “Good Samaritan in Media Award” will focus on the works of  mercy, both corporal and spiritual. Here is what Pope Francis has to say about these areas of outreach found in St. Matthew’s Gospel:


”I ask you, then, to rediscover the corporal works of mercy: to feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked, welcome the stranger, assist the sick, visit the imprisoned and bury the dead. Nor should we overlook the spiritual works of mercy: to counsel the doubtful, teach the ignorant, admonish sinners, comfort the sorrowful, forgive offences, patiently bear with troublesome people and pray to God for the living and the dead.

“As you can see, mercy does not just imply being a ‘good person’ nor is it mere sentimentality. It is the measure of our authenticity as disciples of Jesus, and of our credibility as Christians in today’s world.”

Anyone can enter the contest.

Films must be no more than 7 minutes.

The deadline for the 2016 Share the Story Contest is May 6, 2016.

Top films will be shown during World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland in July 2016.

 

 

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