John Duns Scotus was a Franciscan friar who provided the theological explanation of the Immaculate Conception of Mary in the early fourteenth century (500 years before it was proclaimed as a Dogma of Faith of the Catholic Church). "Duns Scotus" chronicles the life and teachings of the blessed in the years between 1303 and 1305. The film also offers a brief look at the childhood of this man and his will to join the Franciscan Order since childhood
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Have you watched Blessed Duns Scotus: Defender of the Immaculate Conception yet? What did you think about it?