Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History, from Glass Entertainment Group and Rearrange TV, is a six-part CNN Original Series that goes inside the Vatican to reveal the true power held by ...
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Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History, from Glass Entertainment Group and Rearrange TV, is a six-part CNN Original Series that goes inside the Vatican to reveal the true power held by popes throughout the ages. The docuseries explores how 12 apostles became 1.2 billion Catholics today, linking recent news events surrounding the Vatican with their unexpected origins. The premiere episode, "The Rise of the Pope," examines the origins of the papacy and how Catholicism, against all odds, spread throughout Europe. Jon Hirsch, Nancy Glass, Randy Counsman, Amy Entelis and Lizzie Fox serve as executive producers.Written by
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Maybe, not the theme itself, but the manner to use it defines this portrait of the leader of Catholic Church. Commentaries, comparations, subtle explored details, characters and their facts, the way who the present is influenced, in profound sense, by the events of past. At the first sigh, nothing new, but the desire to propose a large image, for large public is not a bad thing. Sure, knowledge and understanding are purpose. And the result is more than decent.
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