A war m story of a Belfast Protestant family, seen through the eyes of a 9-year-old boy, in 1969 has to decide whether to say or leave during the Troubles when Protestants & Catholics were at war with each other.
Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story (2020)
The life & times of Catholic activist Dorothy Day, from her suffragette days through her work with Peter Maurin in starting the Catholic Workers movement through the Vietnam protests.
This is the story of how Oscar Romero, a conservative ,archbishop is transformed into a crusader for justice when he witnesses the oppression of his people in El Salvador. Raul Julia turns in one of his best performances.
A raw British soldier in Belfast is separated from his companions in a Catholic zone, forced to dodge IRA pursuers out to kill him during a very long night.
Nothing Sacred (1997)
On this series focused on an inner-city RC parish, virtually everything was sacred for Fr. Ray & his staff dedicated to serving God thru serving the needy.
The Magdalene Sisters (2002)
This fictionalized account of how the Catholic Church in Ireland made virtual slaves of “bad girls” is based on the news reports of the 1960s hits hard.
Babette’s Feast (1987)
War refugee Babette works for 2 sisters & their ascetic sect. When she cooks a feast they reluctantly eat but soon the grace of the meal transforms all of them.