Description: “A WORLD AT PRAYER IS A WORLD AT PEACE”…words of FATHER PATRICK PEYTON …New movie..”PRAY” portrays his remarkable life. Guests are: Film producer, Father David Guffey and singer, Anna
Maria Cardinalli. For more information: http://www.praythefilm.com/
Fr. David Guffey, C.S.C., National director of Family
Theater Productions and executive producer of Pray: The
Story of Patrick Peyton
Fr. Guffey produces, directs and writes films for the
organization. He has received Gabriel, Telly and New York
Festival awards for films he has written or produced.
” Father Guffey directed and wrote the script for “40
Hours” based on his experiences working at Andre
House of Hospitality, a center for service to the poor and
homeless in Phoenix, Arizona.
While at Andre House, he helped turn a 25,000-square-foot
warehouse into a center of hospitality that served free
meals, offered clothing and provided job training.
Father Guffey serves on the boards of Ave Maria Press,
University of Portland and Catholics in Media Associates.
He is a member of Film Independent and The Catholic Press
He lives and serves in residence at St. Monica Parish in
Santa Monica, California.
AnnaMaria Cardinalli is a World class opera singer, guitarist and recording artist, offers stunning virtuosity on the Spanish guitar and brings the simmering darkness of the contralto voice both to the most mysterious characters of the operatic stage and to the folk traditions of the Mediterranean world.
With a life story to match the drama usually found only in opera…
she has performed as a soloist in venues from the Kennedy and Lincoln Centers to the Spanish Royal Palaces, was the youngest person to complete a Ph.D. from Notre Dame, was “outed” as an intelligence officer by Wikileaks for her once-quiet work in Iraq and Afghanistan, and remains an outspoken advocate for human rights.
All of this lends a depth of human experience to her performance of some of the world’s most passionate guitar and operatic repertoire.