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Video Description:

This is a song with a message about how great the mercy of God is and how great it is for you and the world to imitate.

Contest: 2016 Share the Story Contest
Created By: Diana Lourdes Eroza Osorio
Location: Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
Parroquia de Santa Rita
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Filmmaker Bio:

I was born in Mexico to a great family. My mom started to teach us about Jesus after she checked many other religions. She found the only way to Jesus is through the Eucharist. I grew up like any kid, but in college I had an encounter with Jesus–this was my first moment of total joy. After that, I needed more of that happiness, and started to pray more. I started to be simpler, but I needed something extra, so when Goodness Reigns invited me to attend WYD, I found, through confession a priest near my house called Our Lady of Miracles. It was amazing to know someone who was in a moment so near. I have had many confessions, but this was a big manifestation of the love of Jesus and Mary, I was no longer afraid. My life is like many others in the world, but I have Jesus in my heart, and this is a gift that anyone can have. Why do I do this video? Because it is a grand honor to show you how Jesus changes us each day if we want.

Filmmaking Advice:

Use your time wisely, learn new ways to innovate. Sometimes it is hard because you need to fail alone, but if you keep trying you will succeed.

Thanks to:
My parents, family and friends

Sanctuary of Father Jesus Xochitlán, Molrelos

Parish of Cristo Rey

40 days for life, Mexico

Parish of Santa Rita

Benedictine Monastery, Ahuatepec. Morelos

Street clowns Gi, Gym y Retacitos

Jubilee of mercy 2016

Song and music composition: Diana L Eroza O

Photography: G. Ma. de Lourdes Osorio

Diana L Eroza Osorio


Music: Sound mix Garage band

May 2016

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