|Director||Mary Rose Bacani Richard Valenti|
|Writers||Mary Rose Bacani
|Plot||"He stood at an imposing height of close to 6'4"" and commanded the attention of Canada and the world from the 1930s to the 50s. He was the Rev. Dr. Moses M. Coady, a Catholic priest and the pride of Nova Scotia. He shook the lives of ordinary working people out of their complacency during the Depression years by urging them to take ownership of their lives. The central message of the social movement he founded, the Antigonish Movement, was this: knowledge for power, education for action, learning for change. The Coady International Institute, established soon after Coady's death in 1959, strives to continue Dr. Coady's vision of the full and abundant life for people, not only in the Canadian Maritime provinces but also in the less developed regions of the world. Coady's Dream explores the relationship between the man and the people he loved and inspired in his time, and the continued force of this relationship through today's graduates and supporters of the Coady International Institute. F. Von Pilis, a Saskatchewan journalist, wrote in The Union Farmer of August 1959: ""Love was the power motivating Dr. Coady - love of God and his fellow men."" It is not his spiritual writings that people will remember of the Rev. Dr. Moses M. Coady, but his life - how he lived out his belief that the development of the world starts in the minds and hearts of ordinary people - and the extraordinary force of his love."... search for Coady's Dream on IMDb|
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