Date(s) - January 24, 2020
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
St. Mark's College
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Screening and Discussion:
The Two Popes
Friday, January 24th @ 6:30pm
Room 101, St. Mark’s College
This December’s release on Netflix of The Two Popes has garnered a lot of media attention, with various commentators from the local and international screen giving their insights into the film.
Watch the movie with us at St. Mark’s College and join in the discussions! We’ll also do a preliminary discussion on the film’s genre and sources, and other pertinent information before screening.
Links to reviews and more information can be found on our Facebook Event page below. See you then!
Aletia: In ‘The Two Popes’ movie, what is truth and what is fiction?
Crux: Director: Guilt and forgiveness at heart of ‘The Two Popes’
Bishop Robert Barron: The One Pope
America: ‘The Two Popes’ is a tour-de-force that takes the Catholic Church seriously
First Things: Two Popes, Many Untruths
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