The new documentary by Beatrix Siculusi “Where Heaven Meets Earth”, which will premiere on the Danube Channel on Monday evening, evokes the International Eucharistic Congress held in Budapest last year and the key messages of Pope Francis. visit.
Produced under the Carnival Film Production with the support of the National Film Institute, director Beatrix Seclosi said that the documentary mainly quotes the ideas of witnesses from different parts of the world.
He stressed that it was an honor for the creators to be able to capture close-up footage of Pope Francis’ first visit to Hungary and to have the opportunity to travel with the Holy Father on a separate papal plane.
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secondly. Pope John Paul was the last to personally hold the closing mass of the International Eucharistic Conference in Rome, Statio Orbis, in 2000, the year of Jubilee.
For the first time since then, a Catholic archbishop attended the World Eucharist. Judging by the comments, Pope Francis’ visit was very successful. The director emphasized that the Pope and the Hungarians found each other. Behind the scenes of the global event, the main organizer, Cardinal Peter Erdo, Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest, gives a glimpse.
Jean-Luc Moines, a Belgian mathematician who was a member of the Pontifical Council of Cours Unome from 2007 to 2016, and currently serves as Director of CHARIS, the International Service for Catholic Charismatic Renewal, established his ideas on the relationship between science and religion.
Beatrix Siculusi, quoting Belgian mathematician Albert Einstein, noted that a little knowledge distances him from God and that a lot of knowledge brings him closer to him. Mary Healy, an American Bible theologian and member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission, highlights the special role of women in the church.
Cardinal Louis Raphael Sacco, Archbishop of Baghdad, Chaldean Catholic Patriarch, talks about the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, as do speakers from Korea, the Philippines, Nigeria and other countries in the film.
In the exclusive film, viewers can see the relics considered the first and greatest Eucharistic miracle of the Catholic Church, preserved in Lanciano, Italy.
“I would like to believe that if you watch this movie in twenty to thirty years, you can feel that the Catholic and Christian world is strong, faith is aliveBeatrix Seclosi said. He emphasized that the film also aims to show that despite the pandemic, Congress has been able to gather believers from around the world to celebrate together one of the most important pillars of Catholic teaching, the Eucharist.
The Danube Channel will screen the documentary about one hour on Monday evening from 6.55 pm, meanwhile the festive show will take place at the Urania National Film Theater in Budapest. Wife, Anita Hersheg, and Andras Z. Varga, President of Korea.
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