“Unplanned” movie screening at Christ the Good Shepherd @ St. Paul’s Church, 134 East Fifth St., Oswego; 6:30 p.m. “Unplanned” is an eye-opening look inside the abortion industry and shares former Planned Parenthood Director Abby Johnson’s transformation from a passionate advocate for choice to an even more passionate advocate for life. This event was made possible in part by the Diocesan Office of Family/Respect Life Ministry. Free. For more information, call Daun Symborski at (315) 529-8292.
Mardi Gras Dinner at Sacred Heart Basilica, 927 Park Ave., Syracuse; 5-8:30 p.m. Dinner will include chicken parmigiana with pasta, bread, salad, and dessert. There will also be baskets and raffles throughout the evening. Adults $20, seniors $15, children up to age 12 $10. For more information, contact Carol Rojek at (315) 263-3558.
February 24 and 25
“Fatal Flaws” screening at Holy Cross Church, 4112 East Genesee St., DeWitt. 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 24; 1 p.m. on Feb. 25. Are laws allowing euthanasia and assisted suicide leading society down a dangerous path? Join us at Holy Cross Church for a screening of “Fatal Flaws,” a thought-provoking journey through Europe and North America to ask one of the most fundamental philosophical questions of our time: should we be giving doctors the right in law to end the life of others by euthanasia or assisted suicide? Filmmaker Kevin Dunn uses powerful testimonies and expert opinion from both sides of the issue to uncover how these highly disputed laws affect society over time. All are welcome, and the event is free to attend. For more information, call the parish at (315) 446-0473.