movie_morals_2018MOVIE MORALS

Come explore Hollywood through the eyes of your Christian faith!

The movie selection for movie goers is based on the pillars of the theme

“Doing More for Others”, Respect Life, Celebrate Diversity, Act Responsibly, God in all Things

Hosted by EDGE and Mr. Christopherson

Only 40 seats available for incoming 6th graders to 8th graders

June 26-29 from 8:30am to 12:00pm in the Youth Room next to STM gym lobby.

Cost is $75 dollars, due by May 1st to the school or May 30th to STM Parish office attn. Mrs. McP!

All movie goers will receive morning foods (granola bar, donuts, fruit, etc.), movie snacks (candy and popcorn) and most importantly the knowledge of how to inform their conscience with their Christian faith amidst modern day entertainment.

Please don’t let money be the issue, if it is contact Mr. C or Mrs. McP and we will work to make Movie Morals happen for you!

Download the form and send it in with a check for $75 made out to “STM Movie Morals Camp” to the school office by May 1st or May 30th to STM Parish office attn. Mrs. McP or SOONER!

Movie Morals Purpose and Ratings


Watching movies can be a fun escape, but can and should be more than a passive reception of messages.  Movies and other media present a chance for young people to critically analyze and discuss characters, plot, and message. Rather than taking away the fun, this discussion can make the experience richer, while sharpening young peoples’ sense of right and wrong.  This resource is aimed to help you students practice your ability to discern and critically analyze all texts and all media that are offered to you and decide whether or not to consume them.

Horton Hears a Who- Rated G
Its message, like many of Seuss’ tales, is one of inclusion and protecting those who can’t protect themselves. There’s some mild potty humor and name-calling (“boob,” “idiot,” and “stupid”). Vlad, the slightly scary bird, is funnier than he is disturbing. No rating from Catholic News Service.

The Pursuit of Happyness
The film contains a few instances of crude language and marital discord. The USCCB Office for Film & Broadcasting classification is A-II — adults and adolescents. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is PG-13 — parents strongly cautioned.

Remember the Titans- Rated PG
The movie includes racist comments and situations and some locker room insults. A major character is critically injured in a car accident. When the boys refer to a long-haired teammate as a “fruitcake,” he responds by kissing one of them on the mouth. There are some scuffles and threats of more serious violence. Ultimately, Remember the Titans is a deeply moving film about the courage of individuals and the power of sports to transcend perceived and ingrained differences. No rating from Catholic News Service.

Soul Surfer
Despite the intensely emotional (but nongraphic) shark onslaught and its aftermath, “Soul Surfer” can be enjoyed by parents and mature young people alike. The Catholic News Service classification is A-II — adults and adolescents. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is PG — parental guidance suggested.