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Fernando, a respected university professor, and Lili, his devoted wife, have happily lived in Buenos Aires for many years. Without warning, they find their comfortable world threatened when Fernando is forced into early retirement. Facing an uncertain future, the couple relocates to the countryside where they bravely set out on a new chapter of their lives.
- In Spanish with optional English subtitles
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Fr. Riccardo, your responses are so clear and helpful. You are a good teacher of the Catholic faith. Thank you.
It is so beautiful to see this coming together between our Catholic and Protestant brothers and sisters in Christ
May God bless us and help us grow closer to Him in holiness through each other.
I just saw this DVD for the second time, together with three persons who saw it for the first time, my wife and another Catholic couple, during our parish's celebration of the 2009 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. This is an interview of Fr. John Riccardo of the St. Anastasia Catholic Church, north of Detroit, by the Rev. Steve Andrews, Lead Pastor of the Kensington Community Church, a nearby evangelical megachurch. The topics touched upon include salvation, the Eucharist, prayer and worship, Mary and the saints, confession, evangelization, and reaching across denominational lines.
About one hour into the video, the impact of the presentation was so profound, that both of us men in our 70's, had tears in our eyes. We were all touched by the true love both of these ministers had for God, their sincere desire for truth, and the mutual respect and love they displayed for each other. Fr. Riccardo is so effective in the interview because he came across as a truly "authentic" person, besides being quite grounded in Sacred Scripture which he uses to back up every facet of Catholic belief and practice. This is why "over 2,000 copies of the interview on DVD were sold through the Kensington Church's bookstore" in the few weeks after its release. (Stan Williams, [...] 2006). This fact is so very encouraging, as I believe this DVD is the single most effective video presenting the Catholic faith tradition and practice to other Christian communities and anybody who wants to learn more about what Catholics believe.
I hope that by the time we celebrate the 102nd Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in January 2010, thousands of church programs, and millions of persons yearning for Christian Unity with a sincere heart would have seen this video, and hold discussion groups about it. It certainly should be viewed by mixed audiences with both Catholics and Protestants together. Furthermore, I strongly recommend this video to all public and liberal arts college libraries for its intrinsic value of liberating the mind from preconceptions and misconceptions about the Catholic faith and traditions, besides libraries and bookstore of all Christian churches.
Chau Thien Phan, Ph.D., email@example.com
(for identification purpose only: Chair, Committee on Ecumenism, and Web minister, Santa Maria del Mar Catholic Church, Flagler Beach, Florida.)