Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Documentary celebrates Vatican II

"On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council, the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, in collaboration with Micromegas Communication, is releasing a documentary on the council.

Broadcasting will begin in Italy on Oct. 11, the date of the opening of the Year of Faith and the 50th anniversary of the conciliar meeting. The documentary, filmed in HD, lasts a total of 12 hours and attempts to reconstruct the historical, theological, cultural and emotive climate of an event that has profoundly marked not only the history of the Church but of the whole contemporary world.

The film is drawn from the Vatican Film Library, which has close to 200 hours of original films that preceded the opening of the Council."

Cathcon- includes film of a young Bishop Wojtyła, who actively campaigned against a condemnation of Communism by the Council.  The rest, as they say, became history.

1 comment:

Dolorosa said...

What is there to celebrate? The loss of so many catholics souls who left the church because of the Novus Ordo abominations? Assisi with false religions? The errors of VII tellings the Jews they are still awaiting their messiah?