Big Sacrifices, Big Dreams: Ending America’s Bigoted Education Laws
You are invited!
The Catholic Schools Alliance and the Pioneer Institute invite you to a special screening of the Pioneer Institute’s new documentary: “Big Sacrifices, Big Dreams: Ending America’s Bigoted Education Laws”. The film features Raymond Flynn, Former Vatican Ambassador and Mayor of Boston, who will be at the event to answer questions and talk about his role in the film.
The screening will take place on Thursday, February 1st at 5:30 p.m. at Bishop Connolly High School.
About the Film
The film traces the ordeals of four very different families who share the same struggle to send their children to schools that offer instruction rooted in religious faith, academic rigor, and a culture of respect.
These families come from states that have legal barriers to programs that would make it possible for low- and middle-income children to attend parochial schools.
Their moving stories will endear them to audiences from every faith background — and mobilize sympathizers and activists to challenge the special interests that are protecting the status quo, perpetuating the shameful legacy of anti-Catholic bigotry, and blocking greater parental choice for all families of faith.
Learn how you can support this groundbreaking film project today — together, we can ensure that these stories touch the hearts of millions of families all across America, and inspire them to take action to end this injustice in their communities and states!
This event is open to the public. Please invite your family and friends. You can download the invitation for full event details. You can learn more about the film by visiting https://pioneerinstitute.org/bigdreamsfilm/ or downloading this flyer.