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Published on Apr 28, 2013
St. Christopher is still a favorite, even though the Vatican took him off its list of saints back in 1969.
Our favorite former nun, Mrs. Mary Margaret O'Brien, celebrates a couple of birthdays during a recent performance of Movie Bingo: Good, Bad, or Condemned!
This gives her a chance to tell the story of St. Christopher and also get rid of some old Christopher holy cards!
In this interactive comedy, Mrs. O'Brien was headed to her weekly bingo game when the word came in that our guest lecturer, Father Michael, forgot he was scheduled for tonight.
Since she's also the head of the archdiocese's bingo fundraising department, her idea is simple: instead of canceling, Mrs. O'Brien takes over, combining her bingo show with Father Michael's lesson plan. Get ready to laugh, learn something about the movies, and win some goofy prizes.
Vicki Quade, one of the creators of the hit comedy, Late Nite Catechism, brings to life this new comedy about how movies are part of our Catholic culture.
You'll be laughing so hard, you'll have to be careful watching your bingo cards!
Movie Bingo: Good, Bad, or Condemned! is part of the series of comedies that includes Bible Bingo: An Act of Charity in Two Acts; Convent Bingo: Give the Nuns a Chance!; Saints & Sinners Bingo, and Christmas Bingo: it's a Ho-Ho-Holy Night.
Available for bookings at theaters, universities, school and church fundraisers, and corporate events. For more info, call us at 773-388-0730 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our web site: www.moviebingo.info.
(Thanks to the folks at St. Thomas parish in Naperville, IL, for the videotape.)