MISSION

A video highlighting the ways our lay leaders, seminarians and clergy

share the joy of the gospel through their ministry and how the ADA supports them.


Storyboards

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Interviewer: Bishop

CAMERA 1: Medium Shot with interviewer right beside the camera. Place them on either left or right third with them looking to interviewer on opposite side of the camera.

 

 

 

Interviewer: Sister Marianne and Deepu

CAMERA 2: Closeup with quarter side profile.

 

 

 

Interviewer: Seminarians

 

 

 

 

B-ROLL SCENE EXAMPLE 1:

Closeup of reading scripture

 

 

 

 

Wider shot of reading scrupture

 

 

 

 

B-ROLL SCENE EXAMPLE 2:

Closeup of praying at alter

 

 

 

 

Wide shot of praying at alter

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Action shots of B-roll that pertains to the Bishop's answer.

 

 

 

 

 

Possible B-roll photos pertaining to how they first experienced God's joy.

 

 

 

 

Action shots of B-roll that pertains to Sister Marianne's prison ministry and Deepu's ministry with his teens at St. Catherine's. 

 

 

 

 

 

Baptism at Hispanic Parish

 

 


Producion

Timeframe: 4 minutes

Revisions Edit due: Mid December, 2017

Final Edit due: Early January for DVD duplications


look & Feel

Professional / Cinematic / Documentary


Additional Notes

*Audio Narration will be provided by Monsignor Fran

*Highlight the number of countries represented at the Seminary in Chicago

*Show representation of Youth and elderly in the liturgy

*Include multiple parishes


Reference Videos

Example of trailers shown of the ADA video of the different ministries highlighted.

"The sign of God's presence is Peace and Joy. This is the air of the church."


Interview Questions

For Seminarians:

1.) What does sharing the Joy of the Gospel mean to you? 

2.) When was the first time you can remember experiencing the Joy of the Gospel being shared with you? 

3.) Has this experience influenced you in your decision to become a priest? 

4.) How would you hope to see yourself sharing the joy of the gospel when you become a priest? 

5.) Can you explain how you share the Joy of the Gospel during this time as a seminarian? 

6.) What is it like having the support from the DSJ? Get them to expand on that and how they are appreciative of the ADA support.

7.) What joy is there in spreading the Gospel?

8.) What is the best thing about sharing the Gospel and sharing your faith?

For Deacon Eric: Can you give an example of how your mother shared the joy of the gospel with you as a child? How does she continue to share the joy of the gospel with you today?

For Fr. Joe:   (Introduction to Mundelein)

1.) Can you explain where we are, how many seminarians are here and how many countries are represented? 

General Questions (about life at Mundelein)

  • What has the experience at Mundelein been like?
  • What’s it like moving in the middle of your formation process?
  • Is it tough being so far away from home?
  • What are the challenges?
  • What are the benefits?
  • Any surprises?

For Deepu:

1.) What does sharing the Joy of the Gospel mean to you? 

2.) When was the first time you can remember experiencing the Joy of the Gospel being shared with you? 

3.) Has this experience influenced you in your decision to become a Youth Minister?

4.) Can you explain how you share God's joy with the teens? 

5.) How would you hope that the joy you've shared all of these years with the teens will influence the them and future generations of our church? 

For Sister Marianne:

1.) What does sharing the Joy of the Gospel mean to you? 

2.) When was the first time you can remember experiencing the Joy of the Gospel being shared with you? 

3.) Has this experience influenced you in your decision to be involved in prison ministry?

4.) Can you explain how you share God's joy with the inmates? 

5.) How would you hope that the joy you've shared all of these years with the inmates will influence the them?