We seem to travel with Pope Francis to many countries where he seeks to instill hope for refugees & the poor & to call us to work for their benefit.
This gorgeous film recreates what Pope Benedict XVI and then Cardinal Bergoglio might have said to each other during their meetings before the latter resigned.
This Wim Wenders film with Pope Francis is wonderful. 5 stars. Click the image to read my review.
The earlier life of Pope Francis in Argentina is told by those who know him & dramatized by actors.
The story of the peacemaking attempt by St. Francis of Assisi & Sultan Al-Kamil during the 5th Crusade is told via re-enactments & commentary by experts.
A superb six-hour production debuting on PBS September 12. Click this image to read my entire review.
German monk Martin Luther unwittingly launches the Protestant Reformation when he posts his “95 Theses” which list reforms that the church badly needs.
This is Hollywood’s glamorized view of Saint Francis of Assisi, the best part of which is the scene in which Francis visits the Sultan of Egypt to to the war between Christians and Muslims. The story begins with the playboy’s conversion to his receiving the stigmata just before his death.
This bio of St. Francis of Assisi covers his life from his playboy days through his conversion, break with his family, founding of a new order ministering to the poor and his stigmata just before his death.
Adapted from two medieval sources, this is a whimsical collection of folk tales centering on St. Francis and some of his followers, including Sr. Clare, all of whom embraced poverty and the helping of the poor.