G | | Drama
Ukrainian Archbishop Kiril Lakota is set free after two decades as a political prisoner in Siberia. He is brought to Rome by Fr. David Telemond, a troubled young priest who befriends him. ...See full summary »
Two unlikely papal events (having not occurred for many centuries) are depicted, which would come to pass in reality within a generation. A new pope is not only not Italian for the first time in over 450 years, but also from Eastern Europe; this ... ...
Fr. David Telemond:
You know even God has not spoken his last word about his own creation.
Kiril Lakota is often identified as a Russian, when in fact he is an Ukrainian, a different ethnic group. Ukraine was then part of the Soviet Union. During the Cold War, Westerners - especially Americans - typically referred to the Soviet Union as "Russia" and did not distinguish between various nationalities within the Soviet Union, referring to all of them as "Russians."
English, Latin, Hebrew
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