The Greatest Miracle

DVD Release: November 27, 2012
The Greatest Miracle
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Synopsis

“The Greatest Miracle” takes you on a journey of faith as three lost souls are shown the love and compassion of the Lord and the Mother Mary. Monica is a grieving widow struggling to make ends meet and spend time with her child. Chema is a bitter bus driver in despair over his son’s illness. Dona Cata is at the end of her life, but frightened and unsure of what is to come. All three will find their eyes opened and their faith renewed as they are appointed their very own guardian angels. These angels show them true virtue and grace and help to restore their lost faith. They each witness their very own miracles and their lives are forever changed.

Dove Review

There are guardian angels all around us, but sometimes we lose our way and blame our lack of faith. This tale tells of three people who renew their belief in God with the help of their guardian angels. It is an eye-opening, captivating story that reveals the direction these three must travel while enlightening all of us on our path with the Lord.

As the angels lead the three into the Catholic church, they help them seek the Lord’s forgiveness and prepare to receive Him. They also show how evil tempts and distracts us, but the Lord has sent the angels to protect us. The film also teaches that we should ask in silence for what we need and for forgiveness, pray for our families, friends and even enemies, and also ask for His guidance in our lives.

“The Greatest Miracle” is a wonderful, faith-friendly animated movie that we are proud to award our Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: All uses of God, Lord and Jesus used in reverence.
Violence: Evil monsters in church.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Mild animated cleavage.
Other: Beliefs of Catholic church; believing in angels; man in hospital, elderly woman passes away.

Info

Company: ARC Entertainment
Director: Bruce Morris
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 70 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe