A film which investigates the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Medjugorje, is heading to Norwich, in a charity screening for Mary’s Meals.
Apparition Hill is one of the most powerful films ever launched, and is only been offered in the UK to church groups and charities.
In the film, seven strangers investigate the mysterious phenomenon of Medjugorje, a Bosnian hill where the Virgin Mary is said to appear each month.
The film is being shown on Saturday March 18th (3pm) at Hollywood Cinema in Norwich
The screening is a charity event and is intended to raise money for Mary’s Meals. The tickets will be £10 (£7.50 concessions) but all the proceeds will be going to Mary’s Meals with whom Medjugorje has a very strong connection. (Please visit https://www.marysmeals.org.uk/ to find out more about their work). There will also be a speaker from Mary’s Meals attending to give a short talk before the film about their work.
The film was released in America and has only been shown in this country so far in Scotland and Leeds where tickets sold out very quickly and also in Torquay
Synopsis: Seven strangers journey to Medjugorje, a village in Bosnia-Herzegovina, to investigate reports of miracles and supernatural phenomena. Join two atheists, one believer, a mother struggling with cancer, a man diagnosed with ALS, a struggling addict, and a woman questioning her faith as they search for answers to life’s big questions on Apparition Hill.