Help To Make TV Program about Fr Malachi Martin

Our recent article on Fr Martin, which was very popular, aroused the interest of a TV production company who wish to make a documentary about him. They left this message:

Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects. Everything from films, games, and music to art, design, and technology. Kickstarter is full of ambitious, innovative, and imaginative projects that are brought to life through the direct support of others.

All-or-nothing funding is a core part of Kickstarter and it has a number of advantages:

It’s less risk for everyone. If you need $5,000, it’s tough having $1,000 and a bunch of people expecting you to complete a $5,000 project.

It motivates. If people want to see a project come to life, they’re going to spread the word.

It works. Of the projects that have reached 20% of their funding goal, 82% were successfully funded. Of the projects that have reached 60% of their funding goal, 98% were successfully funded. Projects either make their goal or find little support. There’s little in-between.

To date, an incredible 44% of projects have reached their funding goals.

There is little risk in financing the documentary – please follow the link attach and all will be explained –

I have just pledged a donation to the fund, though my card will only be charged if the target amount is reached. There are 25 days left, so don’t delay if you are interested, and please help spread the word too.

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A sinner who hopes in God's Mercy, and who cannot stop smiling since realizing that Christ IS the Way , the Truth and the Life. Alleluia!
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5 Responses to Help To Make TV Program about Fr Malachi Martin

  1. I’m not sure whether you already know, but I nominated you for Blog of the Year on the 3rd, the 10th and also today, for a total of three stars. Details at


  2. Giovanni A. Cattaneo says:

    How do I know that this documentary will not be done in order to bash the Church?


  3. Brother Burrito says:

    Giovanni, I have posed that question to the producers on the FAQ at the bottom of the page linked to above.


  4. Brother Burrito says:

    Here is the reply I got from the producers:

    Thank you for raising this B. I will add an update addressing it but in the meantime let me assure you that our documentary is purely based on the beliefs and writings of Fr Malachi Martin. We have no intention of ‘bashing’ the Catholic Church or anyone faith. Fr. Malachi was a devout Catholic who, even though he had reservations about certain members, loved the Church and we intend to show that.

    Our documentary will be lead by Malachi’s path (Co. Kerry to New York) and we will interview those who knew him, those who support and those that don’t. Our intention is to present a fair and balanced view of the man by looking at everything that made up his life.

    I hope this answers your question.

    Thank you for your support and I hope we are able to present you with a great documentary about Fr. Malachi Martin.




  5. kathleen says:

    Although many of the statements Malachi Martin expounded in interviews, and in those of his many books and articles, could be considered “conspiracy theories” (as Jabba pointed out on the other thread), Martin was above all outraged and extremely critical of the abuses and unnecessary changes made after Vatican II…… especially those of the Liturgy. He believed that the falling away from the Faith of so many in the aftermath of the Council could only be explained through a demonic plan of a few in the highest spheres of the Church destroying so much of the treasures of Catholicism. He roundly stated that none of these “changes” were justified by any of the documents that came out of VII.

    I really hope this TV documentary will give full coverage to this aspect of Malachi Martin’s life and views. Only by doing this can one understand why he was so extreme and startling in the theories of the why-for of such a negative period (mid 60’s and 70’s) in the history of the Church. He described it like a hurricane rushing through, whirling everything around and leaving a landscape of destruction behind!


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