Sexual Revolution Movie by Diocese of Memphis-Office of Family Life

Tue, October 23, 2018 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM CDT Add to Calendar



Seven years in the making, SEXUAL REVOLUTION seeks to examine the effects of the free-love experiment of the hippie generation and the prophetic encyclical, Humanae Vitae.

This beautiful documentary closely examines the history of the parallel developments of the Pill and modern Natural Family Planning (NFP) by telling the little known story of the founding doctors – Dr. Gregory Goodwin Pincus and Drs. John & Evelyn Billings – all of whom were once colleagues.

The centerpiece of the film is the dramatic life story of Alana Newman, a talented secular musician who gives up her entire musical career for life, family, and love.

Alana shares how through desperation to know her father, she finally discovers the treasures of Theology of the Body, Humanae Vitae, and the riches of true freedom through a dramatic conversion.


Is there an age requirement to enter the event?

“Please be assured that this film is not a promotional video for one NFP method over another. The film explains the historical development of NFP by John and Evelyn Billings and how their work and the work of several other scientists around the world was foundational in all Natural Family Planning methods. Furthermore, you may rest assured that the film does not contain any of the following: nudity, violence, strong language, or drug use. There is nothing in the film that is contrary to Church teaching (probable nihil obstat and imprimatur pending). Springtime Productions has been working with Glen John Provost, Bishop of Lake Charles throughout production. Given the nature of the topics treated in the movie (NFP, the historical Sexual Revolution, Humanae Vitae, reproduction, third party reproduction, contraception, cervical mucus, and abortion), the parents of a child should decide if a child is mature enough to understand these subjects. Think of it as walking into the Sistine Chapel and being surrounded by priceless paintings of nudes.” (Springtime Productions)

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