On Wednesday, November 7, at 7:30 pm, complying with the schedule of activities of the Mission for the Love of God in Ecuador, the pre-release of the film "Two Crowns" was held at the CINEMARK Chain of Quito.
The film is about the life of Maximilian Kolbe, who was a Polish priest who became one of the most well-known and international figures in Poland. He died heroically as a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp in 1941, later he was proclaimed martyr and saint by Pope John Paul II.
The life of Maximiliano Kolbe is a testimony of courage, faith and hope. He formed the Knights of the Immaculate in Rome, founded a monastery in Poland and another in Japan, where the printing press remained intact despite the nuclear bombing in Nagasaki.
For the preview of this film, one of the largest movie theaters was filled with invited guests. The previously agreed teams of members of the Mission were responsible for welcoming the guests, conducting them to their seats.
At the end of the film you could see the satisfaction of the attendees, who were recommended to promote it, so that more people could see it as this film contributes to evangelization.