Wow New Catholic Movie Stars a Real Bishop and Priest about the True Story of the Miraculous Lady of the Cape!

Bridge of Roses: The Story of Our Lady of the Cape is a faith-affirming documentary that recounts the remarkable story of Cap-de-la-Madeleine, it’s missionaries, miracles and 400 year relationship with the Mother of God. 

The faithful were nowhere to be found. The little church on the banks of the St. Lawrence River was without a parish priest for nearly 100 years. Then in 1867, a hopeful but disillusioned new pastor discovers a pig chewing on a Rosary in the sanctuary of the church!  “The people drop the Rosary and the pigs pick it up!” he thought. 
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That moment led Fr. Luc Desilets  to make a powerful vow to dedicate the remainder of his life to the promotion of the Confraternity of the Most Holy Rosary. This  vow to our Lady would set into motion a series of divine interventions that transformed this tiny church in the middle of nowhere into a national shrine and a devotion that has spread across Canada throughout the world.
Discover how a miraculous bridge of ice over the St. Lawrence River in 1879 would help reignite the faith of a country - and inspire the birth of a National Shrine.  From the arrival North America's first missionaries — to the Virgin Mary’s first official crowning in 1904 and beyond, the place known as Tròis Rivières has become a bastion of faith, favours and Marian Devotion.

The film features Blessed Frédéric Janssoone played by Bishop Scott McCaig, CC, and Fr. Luc Desilets played by Fr. Ben St. Croix, CC. The faithful witness of these two priests would bring about the birth of the now famous shrine at Cap-de-la-Madeleine. Click LINK to buy  & download the movie as well as the free audio book.
In a world where everything seems upside down, this film takes us back to the basics.