Feel his holiness and sacred and let him inspires you by his faith as you watch Pope Francis portrayed by himself in Pope Francis: A Man of His Words.
Pope Francis: A Man of His Words Synopsis
In an era of deep distrust of politicians and people in power, when lies and corruption and alternative facts are the order of the day, Pope Francis – A Man of His Words shows us a persons who lives what he preaches and who has gained the trust of people of all faith traditions and cultures across the world.
Pope Francis: A Man of His Words Details
Director: Wim Wemders
Starring: Pope Francis,
The film revolves on Pope Francis’ thoughts and ideas about death, social justice, poverty, immigration, ecology, wealth, materialism as well as role of the family. He will answer questions from different races from workers, farmers, refugees, children, elderly and prison inmates regarding the today’s global issues.
About Pope Francis
Before becoming the Pope and Sovereign of the Vatican City State, Pope Francis or Jorge Mario Bergoglio is an Argentinian born from Buenos Aires. Being the 266th Pope, he is the first Jesuit Pope, first from the Americas, first from Southern Hemisphere, and the first pope from outside Europe since the Syrian Gregory III, who reigned in the 8th century.
Before entering the seminary, he once works as a chemical technologist and nightlife bouncer. He was appointed as a catholic priest then became the Argentina’s provincial superior of the Society of Jesus. He also became the Archbishop of Buenas Aires and chosen by Pope John II as a cardinal.
After being elected as the 266th Pope, choosing the papalname of Francis in favour of Saint Francis The Assisi. This Saint is a man of peace, a man of poverty, a man who loved and protected creation. The reason behind his papalname is he would love a church that is poor and for the poor.