Tickets now available to stream “Roe v. Wade” film

From my inbox comes this announcement of a special online event, courtesy of WICX radio in Concord. “Roe v. Wade” is a new film drama about the 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion nationwide. Tickets are available for a limited time at a discount from the full price, which will go into effect when the film gets a wider release in April. Read on for ticket information.

From the WICX announcement:

Would you like to help support pro-life efforts, learn things that you might not have known, and enjoy a new star-studded movie at a discounted ticket price?  WICX 102.7 Hope FM in Concord is hosting an online screening of the movie “Roe v. Wade” during March 2021.  

The film tells the story of events leading up to the 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion in the United States.  It is a story that affects all of us.  You can watch the trailer here: Roe v Wade Trailer (

Buy a ticket for your online screening now!  Click here: Buy a Ticket ( That discounted ticket will give you a 30-day window to complete your private screening before the movie’s April release date. [Note: the ticket costs $14.24, which includes the processing fee.]

Be a pro-life advocate, support this important cause, and spread the word about the online screening event to everyone!

 Note:  Please keep in mind that the film is rated PG-13 and might not be appropriate for younger viewers.

For Life,

Mike Bellino, WICX 102.7 Hope FM, General Manager

Fifteen good minutes: “Crescendo”

The short film Crescendo, produced by Jason Jones and the Movie to Movement team, is now only a click away. I was lucky enough to see the film before its official release in early 2013, and I recommend it wholeheartedly.
I won’t drop any spoilers here beyond saying that it’s a true story about a long-ago woman, young and poor and pregnant, trying to figure out what to do.

For some time, the film’s release was limited to screenings that served as fundraisers for crisis pregnancy centers. Now, Crescendo is on YouTube. Set aside fifteen minutes for this one. Share it with the kids, too, even though it’s not a conventional “kids’ movie.”



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