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Pope Francis: A Man of His Word

Pope Francis: A Man of His Word is a movie starring Pope Francis, Ignazio Oliva, and Sister María Eufemia Goycoechea. Pope Francis travels the world speaking to those in need and delivering a message of hope.

Other Titles
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Running Time
1 hours 36 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Wim Wenders
David Rosier, Wim Wenders
Joe Biden, Pope Francis, Ignazio Oliva, Sister María Eufemia Goycoechea
Italy, Holy See (Vatican City State), Switzerland, France, Germany
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Pope Francis travels the world speaking to those in need and delivering a message of hope.

Comments about biography «Pope Francis: A Man of His Word» (16)

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Tyler B.

The question that always pops into my head when watching a documentary, is: "Is this a documentary?" Or is it a "personal" interview of a real-life religious leader, to bring to light the nature of the man himself. Usually, I look at the screen and wonder if it is an interview, or a film of this nature. Well, this is a film that is strictly a personal interview. I am not going to say who the interviewees are, but I will tell you the truth about the man. It is fascinating to watch how the man has lived his life. I had no idea what he was about, and as a real-life religious leader, I am in awe of the man's life, and how he has had such impact on the people of the world. As the title of the film suggests, it is a documentary about the man, his life, and his beliefs. I am not saying that you can't watch this film to understand the man, because the man has been interviewed extensively about his life, and also about his beliefs. However, the man himself, has spoken about his beliefs, and the film is not made to 'prove' anything, but to explain, and to add clarity to a man who is a unique figure in the history of religion. It is also important to note that this is not a documentary of his life, but a personal interview. You can tell that he is truly fascinated by his life, and has seen and heard all of his friends and relatives, and also his early childhood years. The man's own words and anecdotes about the man, are quite fascinating, and are extremely entertaining to listen to. I thought it was an interesting, and even educational, documentary.

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This is a documentary about the life and ministry of Pope Francis, and it does a very good job of it. There is very little footage of him personally, but his message is very much the focus of the film. He has a wonderful personal relationship with his family and with the world, but the film also gives us a glimpse of his personality and his history. He is a very charismatic person, but he also has a very strong sense of social justice. It is obvious that Pope Francis has an unifying influence on the Church and he certainly has the leadership to deliver that message to the world. He is the one that will bring about the reform of the Catholic Church. He will bring about a new wave of evangelization, and he will bring about change for the better in the world. But he is also very human, and his personal struggles and personal trials make his story unique. He is not an extraordinary leader, but he is very human and he does show us his struggles. He has shown himself very very human and very compassionate. I believe this documentary will make a great impact on the world. I give it a 7/10.

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Carolyn Warren

An excellent portrait of Pope Francis, a Jesuit who has called for the eradication of war and violence. Pope Francis can be summarized as a pacifist, and a man who doesn't seek out the limelight to further the causes of peace. This film is full of quotes and interviews with the Pope and other leading figures from the Roman Catholic Church. The film is highly recommended for those who want to better understand Pope Francis and the Vatican. If you have a general interest in the Roman Catholic Church, this film will help you better understand this institution.

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I'm not going to say that this is a great documentary, because it isn't. It's all a bit of a ruse and some of it is a bit exaggerated, but it does present the Catholic Church's impact on the environment and the economic situation of the people living in that area. I think it's worth watching, though, if you're interested in how a world-class church affects the lives of its people. But I'd say it's not a documentary about the Church, so you may want to skip this. What is interesting is how a simple, modest man with an open mind comes to become the leader of the Catholic Church in Latin America. It's a story that is told in a way that is not dramatic or manipulative. It's a simple story about how he started out, what it took to get where he is now, and what happened to him as he got there. He talks about the major places where he has worked. The key to the story is that it's not about a person, it's about a church. And in that sense, it's a really good story.

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Alexander G.

I saw this film at the World Premiere in NYC. It was amazing to see the impact of what the Pope has been able to do in his life. The movie does not depict the Pope as a saint or a saint-like figure. It does not tell us how the Pope saved the lives of thousands of people. It does not tell us how the Pope changed the lives of many millions of people. It shows us the impact that the Pope's love and forgiveness has had on the lives of millions of people around the world. The movie also tells us how the Pope is a true friend to the poor and downtrodden. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in this topic. It is an excellent documentary. Go see it. It is a very good film. The movie will definitely be well received by the people who see it.

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As a devout Catholic, I am moved to comment on the movie based on the great movie. I was very surprised at the "white silence" when Cardinal O'Malley asked Cardinal Bergoglio to clarify the question posed by Pope Francis: "Do you consider abortion to be murder?" I would like to quote one of the scholars interviewed in the film: "It was not a question of the Cardinal's faith, but of the Cardinal's interest in the question of the social order. To know that the people were thinking of the cardinal was very reassuring." (sic) If you do not agree with the Cardinal's views, I would suggest you read the book, and other books on the topic of abortion. I also urge you to watch the documentary about Cardinal Cushing, which is very entertaining. It was made by a Catholic film-maker, but also very informative.

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The film is a very moving tale of how the Pontiff would have looked and spoken, if the world had listened to his humble plea. In the end, Pope Francis delivered a message that was so powerful and heartfelt that he was able to influence the entire world, even those who had rejected him and were still wary of his powerful message. It is not often that a film is able to bring so much emotion and passion to the screen, especially from the center of the story. The Church and the Catholic Church in particular have been experiencing so much controversy and fighting for so many years. Pope Francis has made a very strong and powerful plea that many are not aware of. For me, it is more of a documentary rather than a film, and it is worth the watch.

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Sarah S.

Perhaps a film that would be more suited for non-Catholics, especially as Pope Francis does not agree with the teaching of the Catholic Church on such matters as abortion and contraception. However, for those who are in the Catholic Church, and especially for those who are Catholic Catholics, this film is an eye opener. It should be noted that many Catholics have been in the habit of hiding their sexual identity, but not all do. For those who do, the Pope is not a perfect leader, but one who is sincere in his commitment to the Catholic faith and is certainly a more appropriate leader for the Catholic Church. Many Catholics have not been aware that the Pope has the same concern for their personal lives as they do for their faith. In a way, Pope Francis is a religious and moral man, a man of the word and a man of faith. He says that he has taken away the "cliches" that Catholics have used to justify their sexual lives. He also says that he is a man who loves his wife, that he is proud to be a Catholic, that he knows that he is a Catholic, and that he is not willing to compromise on the faith. The problems that some Catholics face in their sexual lives are not just "personal" - they are religious. Catholics have been conditioned to believe that their faith is paramount. It is as if they were in some way a part of a cult. Pope Francis has dispelled the myth of "pride and self-sacrifice" that many Catholics still use to justify their sexual lives. In the words of the Pope, "Some say, 'The most important thing in my life is my wife.' No, it is the least important thing in your life: Your wife." Catholics can have their sexual lives and their faith but they must also respect the spiritual aspects of life and have a moral life. This film is certainly not an easy film to watch, and it is more so for those who have not been involved with Catholicism. It is a reminder of the difficult times in which the Catholic Church is now living. However, it is an excellent film that is well worth viewing and that will serve as an eye opener for Catholics.

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To understand the subject of this documentary, it's essential to know a bit about the man himself. Pope Francis is one of the most controversial popes in history. He has seen more papal controversies than the five most recent popes combined, and there is a good chance that his name will become a household word in the United States in the coming years. So when Pope Francis' own title is taken away, that's a lot to live up to. Yet, the man himself is very, very humble and very down to earth. He doesn't exactly give the impression that he's a publicity-hungry, erudite pontiff, but he's certainly the least religious of the five popes, or more to the point, he's the least-religious of the five popes. And he's certainly not someone who has much of a theological heart. One of the things the film does really well is to show the pope as someone who's simply more than just a politician and a missionary and a social worker. The pope is someone who's more interested in helping people, in helping the poor and the sick, than he is in just making an impact on his home country of Argentina. The film tells the story of Francis' time in Buenos Aires in his current assignment as the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Buenos Aires. He takes us to the slums of the city, to the working-class neighborhoods where the majority of the population live, and to a few other parts of the city where people who live in extreme poverty still live. We're shown the condition of the slums, and we're shown how the poor are treated by the general population of the city. The pope's words are heard in a meeting where people are discussing the situation in the slums, and he's explaining that the Catholic Church has a special responsibility to care for the poor and the sick, because that's what Jesus Christ did. Francis says he doesn't want to evangelize, but he does want to preach, and he's more interested in helping people than he is in preaching the Gospel. The pope's actions speak for themselves. He's known as a man who's willing to step outside of his church's own rules and regulations to help the poor, and he's done so with a particular focus on Argentina, a country in which poverty and homelessness have reached epidemic proportions. He's also known for his involvement in other countries, including a trip he made to Sri Lanka to visit a child suffering from a terminal illness, and a trip he made to Africa to meet with a small group of pastors who are trying to prevent further devastation in that continent. There's one particularly touching moment in the film, where Francis's mind is clearly on a specific problem in Buenos Aires. One of the poorest neighborhoods in the city, where people are starving, where many children are malnourished, where the city's economy is in shambles. Francis can't help but think about that problem, and he tries to find a solution. It's the kind of talk that can make people in the audience (and even the pope) jump, but the pope's words ring true, and it's the kind of talk that can make a difference in the lives of people in need. The pope also manages to get a lot of things right, but the biggest thing that can be said about the man is that he's humble, and he's willing to make an impact on his people without doing too much preaching or speaking in great numbers about his own faith. And he doesn't have an agenda. He just has a conscience, and he's willing to do whatever it takes to help people, no matter how hard that means. The movie isn't the most eye-opening documentary ever, but

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Jessica Nelson

This is a great documentary about Pope Francis. He's a quiet man, he does not preach, he has a great love for his followers, he takes his words to heart, and he has a great vision for his religion. I like the fact that he talks about his faith, his Catholicism, and how his followers are affected by his teachings. It is an important message, especially for younger people who are still learning about Catholicism. The problem is that this documentary is not for everyone. It is more for the church that makes the film. Catholics and non-Catholics alike will see it, and it will give them the impression that the pope is not an infallible man. There are many things that he does wrong, and if you are Catholic, you might not be happy about it. It is an important documentary, and it will be very helpful to Catholics who are going to church in the next couple of months. It is recommended for Catholics and non-Catholics alike.

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Megan W.

This is a wonderful, inspirational documentary about the life of Pope Francis. This is not a movie that is about the Pope, but rather about the Catholic Church, its history, and the changes that have occurred over the past 40 years. The film covers a number of topics, including the history of the Vatican, the origins of the Vatican, the history of the Roman Catholic Church, and the current leadership of the Vatican. It also covers the current political climate in the Vatican, the current Vatican office of the Pope, and the current leadership of the Vatican. It is interesting to note that the film does not touch on any of these topics, but instead focuses on the spiritual life of the Pope. There is a scene where the Pope is talking to a group of priests in the Vatican and they discuss the evils of capitalism and the need for a more "responsible capitalism". The Pope then says, "Capitalism is a system that is based on the exploitation of the workers and the consumers, and the profit of the few at the expense of the many. It is a system that is destroying the planet, the future of the human race, and the lives of many people. I'm here to say that capitalism is not the solution to these problems. It is the problem. Capitalism is the problem." I highly recommend this film.

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Melissa Pena

This is an amazing documentary. It is an all-star cast, including the late Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who is the main actor in the film, but who also had a cameo role as a minister. It was produced by the Catholic Church itself, and is based on the book by Father Thomas Reese, the Jesuit priest who wrote the book "The Pope's Secret". It is a great story of how the church tried to cover up the abuse of children in the Catholic Church, and how the Church has changed its mind. The film is very well made, with many great shots of Rome. The music is also very good, and the film does a good job of showing the problems of the Church in the 90s. This is a very important film, and it is very important to show the problems of the Church, and to show that the Church has changed its mind, and the abuse of children is now over. The film is very well made, and it is well worth seeing.

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Lawrence C.

I can only think of one film that has touched me this year, that I would probably consider my favorite film of the year. It is, of course, the brilliant documentary called "Francis' World", which you can watch here. In this, the film is a journey of Francis, his family, and the people around him, looking into the life of the most famous Jesuit in the world. There are lots of amazing interviews with the Jesuit Brothers and with other Jesuits that I've never seen in the past. One of my favorites is one of the Jesuits from the Spanish region of Castilla, in the north. You have to see it, I promise. I'm actually going to see this film again, because it's so touching and inspirational. It has a message about the good that comes from the love of Christ, and the good that comes from God. If you're looking for a deep look into the lives of the Jesuits, or if you're looking for a good movie to watch, I can't recommend this one enough.

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Amber M.

I thought this film was fantastic. It was so well written, and the subjects were presented in a way that was so realistic. I thought it was very well done. The whole thing is very well done. I think it's a great film. It really makes you think about what is the right thing to do. I would recommend this film to everyone. It's a great film. I think it is a great film.

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Tyler Morris

A must see documentary about Pope Francis. The documentary is based on a book that was published in 2014 and was written by a German journalist named Dieter Brock. It is based on his interviews with the Pope and his aides and his discussions with the Vatican. The Pope is a very likable and humble man who has a lot of charisma and intelligence. He has the ability to make people want to listen to him. The documentary covers a lot of ground and covers many important issues. One of the main issues covered in the documentary is the treatment of the poor in the Vatican. This documentary covers a lot of important issues in the world today and the way that the Church is treated. This documentary will make you want to listen to the Pope and to hear his words. The Pope is a very humble man who is a great person. This documentary will make you want to listen to the Pope and his words.

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Thomas M.

I really enjoyed this film. It was very moving and very thought provoking. I don't think that it was the Pope's best film, but it was good. The Pope is an excellent storyteller, and it was very interesting to hear the story of the life of the Pope. It was very interesting to see how the Pope's life has changed over the years. I think that it is a good film to see, especially if you are a Pope or a Catholic. The Pope has always been a very popular figure and it is interesting to see the effect that his life has had on people. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the life of the Pope.