Meaningful Movies in Gig Harbor Presents the Documentary "The Nuns, the Priests and the Bombs"
Meaningful Movies in Gig Harbor presents the documentary “The Nuns, the Priests and the Bombs" on Friday, April 12, 2019, 6 pm for snacks; 6:30 pm for the movie. Held at 11051 Peacock Hill, inside Agnus Dei Church.
"Come for the free movie. Stay for the stimulating community discussion."
"The Nuns, The Priests and The Bombs" In July 2012 three intruders broke into the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, known as America’s “Fort Knox of Uranium”. Y-12 stores enough highly enriched uranium to make some 10,000 nuclear bombs. The break-in, described by The New York Times, as the most serious security breach in the history of the U.S. atomic complex, sent shock waves through the federal government. The intruders were an 82-year-old Catholic nun and two fellow peace activists.
SPECIAL GUESTS: Physicians for Social Responsibility will be leading our discussion on peace activism and what they are doing to promote peace in the world.
The event is free to the public; donation is gratefully accepted.
Meaningful Movies in Gig Harbor is dedicated to connecting one person to one person at a time through rebuilding a storytelling tradition and fostering vital community dialogue. Film coupled with meaningful conversation is a subtle, yet powerful way of recognizing these similarities, rebuilding a storytelling tradition and fostering a vital community dialog. Always the 2nd Friday of every month, 6:30 pm at 10511 Peacock Hill Ave, Gig Harbor. www.meaningfulmovies.org