I am proud to issue my Elizabeth's Best Seal of Excellence to A Sign of the Cross.
I would also like to than Executive Producer, Amy Pauszek for including my photography in her movie. The movie airs Sunday 11/13/16 To WFYI.
( Trailer Credit - L.A.'s Own - Chris Witt)
They gave their hearts to God and their lives to the service of others. Their story will amaze you as it documents their incredible 165 years of history, not just in a small town in the Midwest, but across the world. Visit: IMDB
Andy Murphy(Jeannine Andersen ’60) has been working diligently on her documentary about the Sisters of St. Francis Oldenburg, who have been so important to Scecina over the years. The documentary, which will be narrated by Indianapolis TV anchor Debby Knox, tells the rich history of the Sisters of St. Francis Oldenburg, covering their 164 years of outstanding accomplishments. Murphy is director of the documentary, while her Ever Film Productions partner, Amy Pauszek, is the producer. The title for the film is “A Sign of the Cross."
“Our film is a film that will make you laugh and cry,” says Pauszek. “Help us show the world who the real superheroes are, sisters, who help others through The Sign of The Cross.”
Much has been discovered of the Sisters’ history and their many accepted requests to establish missions in the United States as well as worldwide. The telling of the story will show the amazing, little-known efforts that our Sisters have been engaged in during the course of time. We know you will be amazed at their recollections and history that most of us had no idea about. It has been a joy to work with our Sisters as we explore their lives, their challenges and their future.