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Controversial Priest’s Palm Sunday Messages Live On

Over forty years after the fact, Rev. Thomas J. Quinlan's quest to make the Gospel contemporary continue to have relevance.

NORFOLK, VA, USA, April 11, 2014 / -- Controversial Priest’s Palm Sunday Messages Live On

Forty-two years after driving a Volkswagen Beetle down the aisle at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Arlington, Rev. Thomas J. Quinlan’s messages on Palm Sunday maintain their relevance. Quinlan, known as “TQ,” passed away nearly two years ago, but his quest to make the Gospel contemporary lives in the heart of parishioners, both those who experienced his unorthodox liturgies firsthand, as well those learning of TQ through anecdotes.

In this video, an alternate take from the documentary “The Trouble with TQ,” Quinlan explains his collaboration with parishioners at Good Shepherd to bring the story of Jesus coming to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to the present day. Witness to this liturgy was a young lawyer, Antonin Scalia, whose disapproval is documented in his biography, “American Original.”

On 15 May 2014, Prodigal Altar Boy Films will bring “The Trouble with TQ” to Norfolk’s historic Naro Expanded Cinema in a world premiere of a film that documents the controversial priest’s quest to make the mass more relevant to Catholics and Catholics more relevant to the world.

Tickets are available at this link. For more information, email, or call Prodigal Altar Boy Films at (410) 446-7982
Promotional tickets are available to media upon request.

Calvin Thomas Jr.
Prodigal Altar Boy Films
(410) 446-7982
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