John Paul II Vol 3: 1992-1995: Witness to Peace Trailer

John Paul II Vol 3: 1992-1995: Witness to Peace Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

Produced by the Vatican Television Center, this third volume of the story of Pope John Paul II's life explores his years in the papacy from 1992-95 and his influence on peace around the globe. With his enormous energy, the pope played a role in many historical events, including the fall of Communism in Europe, the democratic transformation of Latin America and the Middle Eastern peace process -- leading to a Nobel Peace Prize nomination in 2004.

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