Your Chance To Be A Patron Of The Arts

Your favorite film producer here, with another opportunity to bring Christian Art That Does Not Suck™ to life.

About a year ago, see, there was a Kickstarter campaign for a situation comedy revolving around the life and times of, get this, a Roman Catholic Priest. The show is called Ordinary, and upon reaching their modest goal ($3,000), Timothy Quigley produced, directed, wrote, and starred in four episodes of what folks are calling the best Catholic oriented sitcom around.

If you missed the first run of the series, you can watch the episodes for Season One here.

Timothy Quigley, as Father Anderson.

Quigley is now raising funds for the second season, with a goal ten times as large as the first time around, with more episodes on tap, and with the production values that a larger budget promises. And that is where you come in, dear readers.

Take a look at the first four episodes, and if you like what you see, head on over to Kickstarter and throw some ducats in the dish. You’ll be doing what we’ve been doing since our ancestors ponied up for Leonardo DiVinci, Michelangelo, and the plays put on by St. Hildegard of Bingen.

Supporting great art, and the artists that produce it? It doesn’t get much more Catholic than that. Go do it! Stay posted on developments by following Ordinary on Facebook too.

P.S. Remember the other film project you great folks have supported? All That Remains has wrapped up their film shooting! Stay tuned for a new trailer any day now.

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2 Responses to Your Chance To Be A Patron Of The Arts

  1. Don says:

    I love this show! It seems that episode cut off before the finale. Looking forward to more.


  2. ME says:

    The first four episodes are great! It would be great to see this series continue. 🙂 We need better television, and this is a good start!


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