Rome, 1959. Cardinals elect Pope to the elder John XXIII. They wanted a pontificate without news or frights. They were wrong.
The “Good Pope” launched the greatest revolution of the Catholic Church in modern times, the Second Vatican Council: a meeting of all the bishops of the world, a sincere and open debate, whose proposals marked the Catholic Church.
THE REVOLUTION OF JOHN XXIII reconstructs a fascinating story with images from the Vatican Film Library, visits the places where the Council took place and relives its most difficult moments with interviews with direct witnesses.
An essential document to understand the Magisterium of the last popes, the future of the Church and the project of Pope Francis.
Título original: La Revolución de Juan XXIII
Productor: Rome Report
Director y Guión: Javier Martínez Brocal
Duración: 54 minutos
Calificación: Autorizada para todos los públicos