Appointed by Pope John XXIII who opened it on October 11th 1962 and concluded in 1965 by Pope Paul VI, the Second Vatican Council represented a fundamental turning point for the Catholic Church, opening its doors to a global dialogue and awakening the missionary, apostolic and evangelical conscience of the entire Christian community.
This is the only documentary which details this fundamental event.
It will allow you to feel the deep excitement of the faithful when the Council was announced to the world, and to understand the importance of the legacy left by Popes John XXIII and Paul VI.
Thanks to precious archive footage provided by the Vatican Television Centre and Istituto Luce, such as the unforgettable Moon speech by Pope John XXIII, and interviews with religious authorities and journalists who lived through these extraordinary times, you will be a witness to the key ecclesial issues associated with the Council and of the legacy left to today's Church.
**IMPORTANT: This DVD can be played on all DVD players (PAL, SECAM, NTSC)
and under all regions (REGION 1,2,3,4,5,6,8)**