What Others Are Saying

The following article was written by Becky Roach at Catholic Exchange 

“It’s stories like Nancy Salerno’s that truly convict people of the power of the rosary. Nancy shares about the grief she felt as a young mother when she lost one of the twins she was carrying and the other was born with cerebral palsy. Struggling to deal with the pain of her loss while raising her three young children and caring for a newborn baby in need of medical attention, Nancy was led to the Holy Rosary. Nancy exudes peace and joy throughout the film. The kind of peace and joy that surpases all understanding and is very appealing for those facing trials of their own.”

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Testimonies 

“Thank you for doing this great work too. The world can use so much more of this…”

– Chris

“I’m going to see if I can find some copies, buy them and give them to my relatives! It was that good!”

– Jan

“I was able to see Power In My Hands on EWTN this week!

What a great and powerful testament to the Rosary. I am spreading the information!

– Mary

“Powerful testimony!”
– Estela

“I wanted to send a little message to congratulate you on the completion of your film!

All the love, time and energy to put together a film for Our Lady! May God bless you abundantly.”

– Erin

Breaking News Story on Power In My Hands

After 2 ½ years in production, a major feature film on the rosary, Power In My Hands, launched with a World Premiere in Milwaukee on April 12 with 1,400 people attending. This was followed with a tour with major regional premieres in Los Angeles, Portland, Houston, Atlanta and concluding in New York City on July 12. This was followed with 9 broadcasts on various television networks. The film has now been launched on DVD distribution across the country and also into various other countries.

On November 12, 2018, Archbishop Jerome Listecki of Milwaukee and Dick and Terry Boldin of the Rosary Evangelization Apostolate had the honor of holding a screening of Power In My Hands at the USCCB Fall gathering in Baltimore with 50 Bishops attending the screening. The response was uplifting and a great source of encouragement.

 

The following article was written by Sr. Hosea Rupprecht at Pauline Media

“What do an NFL player, the mom of child with cerebral palsy, an atheist turned priest, a father of a family estranged from his own dad, a radio show host, and a country musician all have in common? They have all grown closer to Jesus Christ through the intercession of the Blessed Mother Mary by praying the Rosary.”

To read the full article at Pauline.org, Click Here

 

“I went to the Houston Premier of your movie last Thursday night and it’s the

second time in my life Our Lady has given me such a great, powerful realization and gift.”

– Lym

“I think it would be a great film for parents & young adults!”

– Elizabeth

“Ok thank you so much! We really need this movie right now, so many people just

do not understand how real and POWERFUL our God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are…

and also how Amazing and Powerful our Mother is! And how much they LOVE us!”

– Debbie

“Just purchased! Wish everyone could see this!”

– Kym

The following article was written by Karen Mahoney at the Catholic Herald 

“One of the greatest challenges to this project is ensuring relevancy in today’s culture of intense media saturation, explained Mandli. While some mistakenly assume the rosary is a prayer left to the grandmotherly types, it is a devotion for all ages.

“It is our job to depict this relevancy to young people, husbands and fathers and families,” she said. “Our desire through this film would be that more men lead their families in praying the rosary and that more young people pick up their rosary as they discern their vocation or seek the guidance of the Lord.””

To read the full article at catholicherald.org, Click Here

“This a powerful movie…enjoyed it so much and have watched it a couple of times”

– Taryn

“We love the DVD – Power in My Hands. We have sponsored several

viewings within our parish already.”

– Renee

“A powerful movie and a must see for all, especially Catholics who may not have

a devotion to the Holy Rosary, the spiritual weapon for our day”

– Anthony

“Thank you so very much for this great apostolate you are involved in.”

– Sister Denise

“It will be my primary gift to my loved ones this Christmas. Such a great movie!

– Laurie

“That should be a great inspiration to all the football men!!”

– Susan

The following article was written by Most Reverend Jerome E. Listecki, Archbishop of Milwaukee

“Last Thursday evening, I attended another premiere showing. This time, it was closer to home, both in distance and to my heart. The film was “The Power In My Hands,” a testimonial tribute to the Rosary. It was the creation of the Rosary Evangelization Apostolate, Dick and Terry Boldin, with tremendous technical advice from Margie Mandli. The film presented a number of testimonials to the Rosary from all walks of life (a football star, a family, a young married couple, a mother, deacons, a lay evangelizer), and even some recognizable members of our archdiocese who attribute the power of the Rosary to the transformation and shaping of their lives.”

To read the full article at archmil.org, Click Here

The following article was written by Joseph Pronechen at National Catholic Register

Familiar figures inspire us, move us, show us hope and what we must do to achieve it in this riveting film.

“After two-and-a-half-years in production, the film Power in My Hands had two power-packed premieres in April — the world premiere in Milwaukee followed by the West Coast premiere in Los Angeles. The message is as timely as today and ancient as a millennium ago.”

To read full article on NCRegister.com, Click Here

The following article was written by Catholicmom.com

“With an enthusiastic endorsement from their episcopal and spiritual advisors, the Rosary Evangelization Apostolate has produced the film, Power In My Hands, that will unveil the beauty and power of the Rosary in response to the prevailing spiritual crisis in our culture in America and beyond. This film is a story of hope and the power of prayer.”

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