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Unformatted text preview: Jaime Checkley RELI 1001 Honerkamp Christianity Film Summary Catholicism: Rome, Leeds and the Desert With billions of practitioners, Catholicism defines a huge portion of the spiritually minded. The Pope and his home at the Vatican in Rome hold enormous sway over religious policy. The film visits a devout group of Catholics in Leeds, England, a stop at a monastic order in the deserts of Spain for a glimpse of the truly devoted, and several others to discover a remarkable diversity within the religion that is still unified under the umbrella labeled the Holy Roman Catholic Church. English housewife Judith Dryhurst, a catholic convert, discusses her views on Catholicism and how religion is a part of every day life for the Dryhurst family. During her interview she shares her thoughts about the Church, that its not the building itself, but the people within it that define what...
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