ANIMALS, FAITH AND COMPASSION
Much of the justification for how humans see and treat animals comes from our beliefs about what our faiths teach us.
The Guibord Center is thrilled to present ANIMA: Animals. Faith. Compassion., a film project created for our strategic partner Animal Defenders International, to help bring the voice of faith to the conversation on animals.
The short film, ANIMA: Animals. Faith. Compassion., has been selected for the 2019 Animal Film Festival. Watch Now!
How Different Faiths See Animals
Animals are part of God’s Creation. What is our role and responsibility in the lives of animals? What is their place in our lives?
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, a great Hindu saint, is pictured here in the forest of Jarikand where his chanting so inspired the animals that they all came out in the open to chant and dance with him. The painting is high on the walls of the Temple of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness in Culver City, California.
Anima: Animals. Faith. Compassion.
“A viewer of this film is likely to come away with a renewed appreciation
for all of God’s creatures and a new understanding of our relationship to them.”
—Dr. Antonios Kireopoulos, Associate General Secretary,
National Council of Churches USA
Making “Animals and Compassion” Behind the Scenes
From concept to completion, this project quickly became one of the most complex undertakings to date for The Guibord Center.